Walker to the rescue for Myton
KRIS Walker's goal three minutes from time rescued a point for Myton Warriors in a 25-25 draw with Ince Rose Bridge.
Jamie Malone put Ince Rose ahead after four minutes, latching on to Tony Baker's high kick to the corner.
Adam Dwyer added the conversion.
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Four minutes later, Allan Dunham offloaded on halfway and Ricky Hough, Walker and Mark Spence combined to send over Lee James for 6-4.
On 13 minutes, Spence broke through on halfway, drew his full-back and sent in the supporting Steve Atkinson, Ashley James goaling.
However, Bridge retook the lead when Matt Meadow broke through the centre of the Myton defence on halfway before drawing the full-back to send Kieron Eccleston racing away to score under the posts.
With Dwyer's goal it was 12-10.
On 24 minutes, Ince kept the ball alive in the Myton 20m zone and Malone crashed over. Dwyer added the conversion for 18-10 at half-time.
However, three minutes after half-time Ryan Marrazza foiled a Bridge attack 30m out and from the play-the-ball Walker passed to Spence just inside his own half and he sprinted in, James goalling for 18-16.
On 55 minutes, Myton were awarded a penalty three metres out for holding down, on the last play and Walker kicked to the corner where Ashley James was on hand to collect the ball and score in the corner.
Five minutes later, Ince put pressure on the Warriors' line and Malone span out of the tackle to score, Dwyer converting for 24-20.
But the James duo combined for Lee to level.
Dwyer's field goal on 75 minutes gave Ince a one-point advantage, before Walker rescued the draw with his goal.