After dominating the opening encounters AK were not able to capitalise before conceding a penalty which sent Caldy on the attack. From the ensuing lineout Caldy drove forward to score under the posts. The rest of the half saw Caldy take advantage when in possession and AK fail to make progress when they had the ball. Kersal were reduced to 14 men on 28 minutes after what seemed a very harsh yellow card for offside. Caldy took advantage of the extra man three minutes later to score again finishing there half 17-0 in front.
AK came out for the second half still looking rattled, conceding three more early tries to go 32-0 down. The yellow card count was evened on 52 mins when the Caldy No. 8 was sin binned for not releasing. On 55 minutes Will Tabbron showed great vision to attack the Caldy line and intercept a pass at full tilt from 30 metres out to score. The try gave the AK boys a real lift, sadly Caldy struck back within five minutes. Altrincham kept pushing and from a well worked move, quick hands from Gill and Tabbron found Cormac Grieves out on the right who exploited the gap in the Caldy defence to give Altrincham another 5 points. Brooke's converted to take it to 37-14.
Tiredness had an impact in the final phases of the game with Caldy adding two further tries to finish the game 49-14 winners.
Team selection has not been published for this fixture yet.