Vale of Lune’s seconds suffered their heaviest defeat for many seasons over at Caldy in the Premier League going down 103-8 on Saturday.
Carnforth Rugby Club are up to third in Division Four North after a hard-fought 42-29 win over Garstang 2nds on Saturday.
The Heysham Atoms produced their best performance of the season in their final home game against second in the table Clock Face Miners from St Helens on Saturday.
Vale of Lune’s new coach Dan Williams made the perfect start with a seven try-victory over a gallant Eccles side who were beset by injuries throughout and finished the game with only 14 players.
After four painful defeats the Heysham Atoms finally restored some belief with a confidence boosting win away at top three side Haydock from St Helens.
Vale of Lune returned battered and bruised from a leafy Walton Lea Road, the home of Warrington and their aptly named ground called the “The Fortress,” after suffering the heaviest points defeat of the season and the highest in all meetings against Warrington.
Carnforth’s fine start to the season came to a shuddering halt at the weekend as Blackburn 3rds got their season up and running with a 25-5 victory.
Heysham Atoms had another disappointing away performance on Saturday, losing 37-12 to Haresfinch (St Helens).
At the final whistle the Vale of Lune were kicking themselves at the chances that were missed in a frustrating performance against high flying Kirkby Lonsdale.
Vale of Lune seconds suffered their second Premier League defeat of the season going down to Sandbach 2 at Powderhouse Lane on Saturday.
Heysham Atoms’ senior side were left frustrated on Saturday as opponents Widnes St Maries Vikings failed to raise a team.
Slyne rugby player Sally Stott has been singled out for her sporting achievements and handed a prestigious spot on the 2015 Jaguar Land Rover Academy of Sport programme.
Carnforth made it two wins from two in Division Four North as a blistering start helped them to a 36-10 win at Bury 2nds on Saturday.
In recent seasons Mint Bridge has not been a happy hunting ground for the Vale of Lune and their hosts duly continued the theme with an emphatic four-try victory on Saturday.
The Rugby World Cup starts in a week’s time.