IT was six of the best as all local teams pulled off victories in the National Conference and North West Men’s League.

Barrow Island made amends for last week’s narrow defeat at Ellenborough with a breathtaking win over Humberside’s Myton Warriors to the tune of 44-14 at the John Jefferson Stadium.

The Island played fast open rugby well led by forwards Adam Ford and Josh McBain and soon went ahead with a Brandon Corrie try converted by Sam Jones.

A near break from Finn-Dutton-Rosconie enabled McBain to touch the ball down for Jones to convert 12-0.

Ryan Wilson then showed his ability by darting in between defenders to score, Jones was on target gain to make it 18-0.

And when Jake Stockdale was held a yard from the line, up popped Dutton-Rosconie to score, Jones converting.

Swift hands along the line then saw Aide Wright cross outside to make the score 28-0.

Wilson was to add a second try when he left four defenders grasping at thin air as he darted over the line. Jones converted to make it 34-0.

Ford then broke free to romp in from 60 yards out, Jones adding the goal.

Jordan Staffieri then broke clear and Ford touched down to put Island 44-0 up.

However, Myton then hit with back with a trio of tries and a conversion as it finished 44-14.

Millom defeated Pilkington Recs 22-12 at Devonshire Road.

The scores were level 6-6 at the break. Millom’s tries came via Nial Harris, Connor Terrill, Josh Blinkhorn and Lee Postlethwaite who added three goals.

Hindpool Tigers were on fire as they ran out 50-16 winners against Leigh Miners A at Brisbane Park.

Tigers’ tries came from Connor McDermott (3), Rocco Scarpone (2), Jack Osman (2), Ryan Kyte and Jamie McIlroy with goals from Kyte (4) and McDermott (3).

Dalton cruised to a 30-8 win over Wigan St Cuthbert’s at Kelland Park with tries coming from Ross Bird (3), Tom Sharpe and Jack Crarey with five goals from the boot of Pat Kelly.

Debutant Dec Gavin was named man of the match.

Roose Pioneers picked up the points in a close encounter with Newton Storms at Redwaters in a game that was cut short due to a bad arm break to one of the visiting players.

Roose’s tries came from Josh McConnell (2), Craig Deakin and Rob Shepherd with two goals from Matty Roberts.

Ulverston were far superior to Salford Roosters winning 40-10 at Dragley Beck leading 24-10 at the break. Tries came via Jack Aiken (2), Matt Dean and Josh Catlett (2), Charlie Robinson and Josh Bayliss. Goals Jai Smoothy (4) and Max Nisbet (2).