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Malton & Norton break into top four
9:42am Monday 16th April 2012 in Sport
HIGH-FLYING: Malton & Norton player-coach Chris Creber dives over to score his side’s third try against Sheffield
Sheffield led for the only time at The Gannock after a fifth-minute penalty from Donal Collins. Number eight Jarad Williams charged over for the hosts’ opening try and Ali Heard converted.
Tries from full-back Ian Cooke and player-coach Chris Creber against three further Sheffield penalties made it 17-12 at the break.
The second half belonged to Malton as Cooke completed his hat-trick, while wing Tom Newitt added two tries.