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Caldys stay at the summit of National Two League North only lasted a week after they were beaten at home to Loughborogh Students who themselves

claimed pole position as a result of their 31-17 win on Merseyside. The Students points came via two tries from full- back Craig Holland, one from wing Craig

Dowsett and 16 points from the boot of fly- half Chris Surman.

Loughborough lead the way from Luctonians who remain in second despite suffering a one- point loss away to struggling Hull. John Morris failed to convert

Kyle Garners 78th- minute try, and the miss proved costly as Hull hung on to win.

Caldys defeat sees them drop down to third and level on points with Westoe, who suffered a home defeat at the hands of Stockport. Huddersfield and

Stockport are just one point further back in the table in fifth and sixth respectively. Field had ace marksman, Chris Johnson, to thank again for their latest

victory, the divisions leading points scorer getting a full house of a try, three penalties, two conversions and a drop goal in a 41-5 win at Kendal.

Preston have the early season pace- setters firmly in their sights, too, after a 30-17 win away to Sheffield Tigers. Former rugby league man Graham Holroyd

kicked six penalties and a conversion for Hoppers. Elsewhere, fly- half Ben Copson scored 18 points in Bromsgroves bonus point victory against bottom- of-

the- table Hull Ionians, Leicester Lions recorded their third straight win by beating Otley and Harrogate versus Nuneaton finished all- square at Claro Road.

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