Moor produced a fine all round game to take the JPS Cleaning Trophy in the sponsored friendly against Hull Dockers
Jacob Crosswell claimed a hat-trick of tries as Moor gained a fine victory over Hull Dockers. Moor's forwards, Connor Redgwick, Hamzah Riaz, Connor Gavaghan and Conor Harrison caused havoc for the Dockers defence. There was some stand-out performances from Joshua Swailes, Cameron Adleigh and Joseph Longstaff whilst Aiden Ineson was exceptional scoring five goals from five attempts.
Harry Woollard and Kyle Hardy directed play well, as did Jordan McNally when he came on. Patrick Diskin, Aiden Sheard, Ben Kershaw and Liam Conway were strong in defence and Owen Fox did his job on the wing well.
Dockers threw everything at Moor in the first 15 minutes and Moor defended 4 back to back sets on their line to keep the visitors out. The half time score was 10 nil.
Moor gained the momentum in the second half and had the majority of the possession and this told with the final score 40 nil.
Dilpazer Zareef and Brandon Johnson made their debuts and stood up well. Coaches Paul Hardy and Terry Diskin were really pleased with the teamwork and the defensive effort.
Moor would like to thank Hull Dockers for their support and to JPS Cleaning for sponsoring the game and trophy. Moor are looking forward to the return match in Hull later on this year.
Man of the Match was Joseph Longstaff, Top Tackler was Jacob Crosswell and Coaches Choice Award was taken by Connor Redgwick.