By JOHN UTLEY
WHARFEDALE delighted the home support as they returned to winning ways in a very entertaining game against Stourbridge.
Wharfe kicked off up the slope and had all the early possession but a Dan Rundle break resulted in a penalty. From the ensuing lineout there were several passages of play before Callum Morris crossed the line for the first try for Stour.
Back came Wharfedale with good handling resulting in Jack Blakeney-Edwards scoring a try under the posts, the same man adding the extras to make the score 7-5 to the hosts....
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