Millom managed to make it back-to-back victories last Saturday as Adam Kelly put in a man of the match display as his side ran out 30-16 winners over fellow strugglers Gateshead Storm.

The home side began the game in their usual fashion and turned pressure into points when on six minutes, Niall Harris finished off a smart attacking move to score in the corner. Adam Kelly converted from the touchline, and Millom had an early 6-0 lead.

On 18 minutes, Millom were rewarded for their superb defence, and scored again when 17-year-old Kian McPherson managed to get himself over the line from close range. Adam Kelly converted once more.

The Woolybacks were already showing signs of being in a relentless mood, and they scored again five minutes later when another young player, Hadley Thompson, dived over in the corner to score. Adam

Kelly converted from the touchline and with no further scores in the first half, Millom went into the break with an 18-point lead.

The visitors struck first in the second half when Luke Broster scored almost straight from the the restart to get his side back in the game and Craig Banks converted to reduce the deficit.

Millom then responded quickly with a try of their own when the impressive Dane Kelly barged his way over from close range to score and with his brother Adam converting again, Millom had restored their 18-point buffer.

Gateshead then hit Millom with two tries in five minutes when Ashton Turner and Luke Banham both scored to give them hope but Millom had the final say on the action when Chris Warren crossed out wide to score and Kelly converted to keep his 100 per cent conversion rate for the afternoon.