KENDAL put on a strong performance against Glossop ending with dominant win for the club.

Despite a few injuries for some and the unavailability of others, the Kendal squad saw a good line up with Nick Carlton, Chris Evans, Dan Greenwood and Jordan Johnson going to work on the pitch.

Despite a kick that landed short at the beginning of the match, the game saw a lot of intense waves of play from Kendal.

While the first scrum saw Glossop claim the ball the Kendal line stood firm.

Kendal was able to break out of the stranglehold put on them by their opponent’s possession, and a Glen Weightman kick down the left wing was chased by Lewis Kincart, who kicked ahead, but the ball rolled harmlessly into touch.

The first try came twenty minutes in when Kendal’s Glen Weightman broke the defence.

He got the ball away to Steven Nelson who went for the line, and when stopped he did well to get the ball to Danny Barker to crash over near the post for the opening try. Glen Weightman added the easy conversion.

Glossop answered back ten minutes later with a try to make it 7-5.

Soon after the lead was extended when the forward drove the line and Robbie Collinson got the space to go over from close range. Glen Weightman added the conversion to make it 17-5.

It was not long before Kendal built on their lead even further.

The Cumbrian sides’ dominance continued and then saw a well-executed try by Lewis Kincart.

Glen Weightman added the conversion to put them on 24 points.

Glossop tried to fight back but were not able to replicate their first try.

As the game came to an end, Kendal looked for a fourth bonus point try, but it did not come.

The strengthen in depth of the depth of the squad this season was demonstrated, with those who came in doing really well.

The margin of victory did not flatter the team, and they were unfortunately that one of the other chances had not been taken, to give maximum points. Still an excellent performance, against one of the other top teams in the League, to bounce back after last weekend.