Men’s North East Round Up General May 15, 2019 The North East league round two came with surprises as the Warriors battled it out and come away with a win against the Vikings. Edinburgh Eagles soar to the top spot and Wallsend Eagles claim their clubs biggest ever win. West View Warriors 46 – 42 Jarrow Vikings In the most surprising result of the 2019 season so far saw underdog that was the Warriors overturn Jarrow Vikings. Both teams battled it out for the win throughout the game as both sides demonstrated fantastic attacking skills. Heading into half time with 20 points it was going to take a select few players to stand up and make a difference. Man of match, David Chester put in an inspiring performance as he ran in three tries for the Warriors with Max Filby also grabbing a brace. Jarrow showed their wealth of experience at times throughout the match with full-back Paul Evans crossing the whitewash three times, but it proved not to be enough and left them licking their wounds before heading into next week’s round of fixtures. Catterick Crusaders 12 – 32 Edinburgh Eagles Edinburgh Eagles put in a valiant performance which sees them soar to the top of the table. The crusaders showed determination throughout the match with Olly Bale leading the way from hooker until a subsequent head injury removed him from the game. Edinburgh Eagles gained the lead after an initial tense first 13 minutes before Craig Quigley broke the deadlock with his second try in as many games. But it was Lewis Clarke who helped the Eagles guarantee the win as he went over to score twice and nudge over three conversions, totalling up 14 points alone. Wallsend Eagles 142 – 0 Peterlee Pumas A dominant affair in which Wallsend Eagles recorded a new club record as they put 142 points past the Pumas. Credit to the Peterlee Pumas who stuck out until the end showing true character. Wallsend Eagles will be looking to carry on their hot form when they make the visit up to Scotland to face top of table side Edinburgh Eagles. Newcastle Thunder will play in round eight of the Betfred League One this Sunday when they face Keighley Cougars, 3pm kick off. Tickets are available online through our website, calling 0871 2266060, the Facebook event or you can head into the Kingston Park Ticket Office.