Penrith


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Penrith

a market town in NW England, in Cumbria. Pop.: 14 471 (2001)
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Penrith started the match the brighter and opened the scoring with a try through centre MiKe Hawley.
He is very much involved in the family farm at Catterlen near Penrith, where they milk 180 pedigree Holsteins.
Andy Murray-Jones converted Martyn Coleman's low cross to the far post, and Coleman doubled Penrith's advantage when he crashed in off the crossbar.
At the bottom, Tow Law Town and Stokesley SC are already relegated and Penrith are third-bottom, a point behind Jarrow Roofing who have only one game to play while Penrith still have three matches to fulfil.
They made a good start with a Ross White try converted by Lloyd Hayes but paid for their indiscretions as Penrith landed four penalties to one by Hayes to make it 10-12 at the break.
The force also wants to hear from anyone who saw a man hitchhiking near Penrith in the early hours of Monday.
Withers, nicknamed The Ghost, said: "I'll always be grateful to Balmain because they gave me an opportunity after I didn't make it at Penrith.
John Lang's side were unlucky to go down to the Knights, who produced an heroic defensive performance, and there was plenty to like about Penrith's play, particularly centre Luke Lewis and powerhouses Tony Pukeuta and Joe Galuvao.
June 13: Castleford v Hunter (7.30); June 14: Bradford v Auckland (6.0); June 15: Warrington v Penrith (3.0); June 15: Sheffield v Perth (6.35); Mon.
In reply Penrith got off to a flyer as the batsmen found boundaries easy to come by.
Louis Goldsack found space midway inside the visitors' half and waltzed past two challenges before firing a low drive straight at Penrith keeper Gareth Copland.
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