MILLOM took the points from their derby game at Devonshire Road with a 36-16 victory over Askam..

Millom went into the game on the back of a 20-10 win over Hensingham last weekend while this was Askam’s first game of the new season.

The Woolybacks went in at the break with 28 points on the board with four in reply.

Askam came back strongly in the second half, putting in a fine display to win the half 12-8, but the first-half deficit was too great in the final outcome.

Tries for the home side came from Jack Newbiggin, Rickie Donoghue, Jonathan Hodgson, Kyle Evans, Jonty Peters and two from Tyler Lancaster.

Hindpool Tigers shared the points with Wigan Springview at Brisbane Park, a late Cameron McDermott try tying the scores at 16-16.

Hindpool were their own worst enemies in the opening minutes, losing the ball too often and putting themselves under pressure to go 0-4 with a try to the visitors.

The Tigers settled down and took the lead with good approach work from Daryl Archer and Paul Rickleton paving the way for Connor McDermott to cross and convert 6-4.

However further errors proved costly with the Wigan side crossing for a converted try to regain the lead on half time 6-10. A further six points saw Springview ahead at 6-16. A rare attack from the Tigers led to Brad Rowan going over after taking a neat pass from Rickleton, Shannon Coleman adding the goal 12-16.

In the closing minutes swift handling enabled Cameron McDermott to go over to bring the scores level at 16-16.

At Dragley Beck, Ulverston gained revenge for a Barton Townley Cup defeat at the hands of Dalton by taking the points in a closely-fought contest 28-24 after leading 16-14 at the break.

Tries came from Matt Storey (two), Matt Dean, Johny Hutton and James Porter with Connor Saunders adding four goals. For Dalton tries came courtesy of Zac Steel (two), Ryan Baines, Evan Jones and Elliott Bibby with two goals from Joe Crarey.

Barrow Ladies went down 40-24 at Hull after taking an early 10-6 lead with tries from Abbie O’Brien and Beth Lindsay, Jodie Litherland adding one goal. Hull led 18-11 at the break. Second half tries came from Litherland, Natalie Saunders and O’Brien with one goal from Litherland.