It was a good work out for both teams. Cleck’s defence was strong limiting Rochdale to a penalty try and a regular try, whilst Matt Piper went in for a brace, Grant Fitzsimmons, playing one last game, marked his departure to Australia with a try and James Wilson also barged his was over. A penalty try during the The first half also added to Cleck’s tally.
Cleck’s new signings of Tom Breakwell, Jack Marshall, Chris Piper and Jack Crabtree all got plenty of game time and coach Thiu Barnard also had a successful 50 mins.
Next week we play Sandall away in the last warm up game before we welcome Scarborough to commence our league action on 7th Sept.