Amateur RL: Conroy sees red as East Leeds beaten at St Judes

Nathan Conroy.
Nathan Conroy.
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EAST LEEDS had Nathan Conroy controversially sent-off in a 38-16 defeat at Wigan St Judes in National Conference Division Two.

Try scorers for Easts – who lost James Forsell with a dislocated shoulder – were Tim Norfolk, Jason Priestley and Jack Norfolk.

Conroy and Priestley kicked a goal each.

Kieron Walpole scored two tries and kicked 10 goals from as many attempts in leaders Oulton Raiders’ 60-22 home win over Millom.

Dom Flanagan and Jerome Malcolm both crossed twice and other try scorers were Adrian Holdsworth, Harry Grayson, Clayton Stott and Matthew Stableford.

Second-placed Hunslet Club Parkside avenged their only league defeat with a 20-18 win at Normanton Knights in Division One, despite having coach Martin Rowse sent-off for alleged foul and abusive language towards the referee.

Jamie Fields scored a try and two goals and Ben Shulver, Michael Waite and Craig McShane also crossed for Parkside, who trailed 18-6 at one stage.

Harry Gilfillan scored Milford Marlins’ consolation try in a 32-4 defeat at leaders Huddersfield Underbank.

Hunslet Warriors dropped into the relegation zone after losing 28-24 to visitors Hull Dockers.

Luke Naughton and Dave Norton both bagged a brace for Warriors, who led 10-0 early on. Elliot Miller also crossed and Daryl Gaunt landed two conversions. Warriors’ Connor Jordan needed hospital treatment to a suspected broken hand.

Stanningley were beaten 34-16 at Eastmoor in Division Three.

Try scorers were Niall Murphy, Joe Brier and Liam Copland, who added two goals.