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An eighth try bonus point win of the season helped keep Morleys slim survival hopes alive. Morley were outscored 6 tries to 5 by Hull, but the decisive score

fell in favour of the Maroons when Simon Bradshaw set up former Leeds winger Chris Hall for a try which he converted to win the game in the dying seconds.

Morley are 10 points behind Hull Ionians, and safety, in the Two North table but they still have four games left twice as many Ionians who fell to a 30-7 home

defeat to Huddersfield. Nuneaton can still be caught, too, after they went down to a 33-24 defeat at Kendal, who are still not mathematically safe, nor are

Preston Grasshoppers following a heavy home defeat to Caldy. Centre Gavin Roberts scored one of Caldys six tries and also kicked five conversions.

The top four in the division all won at the weekend although champions Fylde and Loughborough Students, favourites to join them in National League One

next season, both had to dig deep for the points. Fylde were given a fright by relegated Rugby Lions before running out 44-30 winners at Webb Ellis Road,

while the Students had to withstand a late fightback from Luctonians to eventually win 17-14. Leicester Lions kept their play- off bid on track with a 29-14

victory at Harrogate and three tries from Gareth Kerr helped Westoe inflict a 61st straight league defeat on Manchester at Grove Park.

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