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Superville stars again as Wyke U18s defeat Hull All Blacks

By Bobby Stewart

2 stunning full length tries from Lamech Superville helped Wyke on their way to a 29-22 victory against Hull All Blacks

Hull kicked the game off and it was Wyke who got the first use of the ball some good strong running from Liam Askew, Cain Holdsworth, Lamech and Conor saw Wyke progress up the field and turned the ball over 10 metres from the try line. Some good defence followed from Connor Harris and Callum Scott which saw Hull struggle to make any yards, they sent the ball downfield only for Lamech to return strongly and break the line to be brought down 40 out. But Wyke couldn't break the Hull line and came up with an error, some more great defence from the forward pack saw Hull knock on again and Wyke back in possesion. Some strong runs from forwards Scott O'hagan and Oliver Kershaw saw Wyke edge closer to the line only for the ball to be spilled again. A good shot from Conor Laverick fired up the Wyke team and some good defence again from Liam and Luke followed, Wyke defended the set of 6 strongly with prop Reece getting stuck in. Lamech broke again and this time he wouldnt be caught as he went the full lenghth of the field to give Wyke the lead, Luke converting the kick without a tee. The next Wyke try came imminently as halfback Seth Whomack showed good strength to power his way through to score under the posts (12-0). Some more good running from Reece, Dan and Ben saw Wyke make plenty of yards but it was Hull who scored the next 2 tries some soft defence saw Hull cross twice before half time

HT - Wyke 12-10 Hull All Blacks

Second half kicked off and Hull came up with the error straight away which saw Wyke have a full set of 6 in the Hull 10. The next try of the game came as Connor Harris sent Liam Askew over in the corner with a well deserved try for Liam. Wyke came up with error 2 tackles in but good defence from Scotty and Callum saw the Hull side come up with an error. A great drive from Connor Harris was followed up by Conor Laverick and Wyke seemed to have gone up a gear. Hull broke the line but a good tackle by Callum stopped the Hull man a dubious call from the referee followed as he awarded Hull a fresh set of 6 but Wyke again defended it well. Connor Harris broke the line and went 50 metres before earning Wyke a penalty, a few tackles later and it was Jack Hall who finished well in the corner and a great kick from Luke made it 22-10. The next try came as Lamech again showed great power and speed to go the full length of the field to make it 28-10. Hull to their credit didnt give up and scored two further tries to bring the score Wyke 28-22 Hull. It was a nervy finish for Wyke but a long rang drop kick from Luke Delahunty sealed the win and saw Wyke progress to the next round

Full time - Wyke 29 v 22 Hull

Updated 14:13 - 12 May 2019 by Bobby Stewart

Where next?

Wyke’s unbeaten run extends to Hull Wyke went to Hull side Skirlaugh with 6 changes from there previous win against Wakefield Hawks and came away with a 48-34 win.
Wyke travel to Skirlaugh on local derby day. Wyke make the long trip to Skirlaugh this Saturday with a squad more than capable of winning the game.


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