Hindley put in a fairly lacklustre display on a sunny Blackpool day but still had too much for the blackpool team who have made great strides since the sides first met last year.
Hindley made life difficult for themselves by commiting too many unforced errors early in the tackle count throughout the game.
First half Tries were scored by man of the match Reece kirkham
who powered his way over the line from a short pass by Aaron Beesley
, Taylor Hitchen who was on the end of some superb passing across the line, and Reece kirkham
again who was the first to pounce on a loose bouncing ball...second half Tries were added by Jordan Cain who scored 2 trademark solo efforts Taylor Hitchen who crossed for his 2nd try of the game and James Rimmer who added the final try with a powerful jinkng run from his own half through a crowd of defenders, James also scored 5 goals.
Hindley will have to improve and cut out the errors if they are to build on this victory and progress in the cup.It has to be said that the tackling was much better today and everyone contibuted to the victory
Thanks must go to a vastly improved Blackpool team who made the day enjoyable both on and off the pitch.