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Hindley 4 Blackbrook 54
10:36am Monday 21st April 2014 in Sport
Brook turned on a superb all round display that simply had too much pace power and guile for the home side.
Brook opened the scoring after five minutes when Jack Parker crossed with Stephen Parkinson converting.
Skipper Greg Hale was bossing the middle of the field and kept Hindley pegged back with three 40/20s.
From the second one Brook worked a blind side move from the scrum Danny Fairhurst and Hale combined to send Scott Lyon over in the corner.
Hale's break then sent Fairhurst in for another, with Parkinson converting.
Hindley rallied with a try from James Lucas however Brook soon increased their lead through Tommy Cunningham to score with Parkinson again converting.
The second half was all one way traffic as Brook added six further tries as the they a half century of points for the fourth time in seven league games.
Brook scored direct from the restart, with Cunningham's second try and he soon made it three.
Darren Forshaw followed up just three minutes later and further tries came from Parkinson, two, and Fairhurst to score under the posts Parkinson added his seventh conversion.
Hard working Darren Forshaw was selected as both the Tisdalls and NL Commercials Players Man of the Match just ahead of Cunningham and Parkinson.