KENDAL Rugby climbed the North One West table this week with a comfortable 27-12 win over Warrington.

In the first half Warrington's Johnson scored a try within two minutes before the combination of Nathan Woof's boot and Damian Armstrong's try put Kendal 10-7 in front at half-time.

Dini then extended Kendal's lead after the break before Warrington came back again through Norman, but Wooff then scored a great solo try before kicking another conversion to seal the win.

The victory meant that Kendal moved up to third in the table just three points adrift of their derby rivals Kirkby Lonsdale while Warrington dropped three places to fourth with the loss ending their unbeaten run.

Warrington centre, L.Johnson cut through the home defence for a try converted by Breasley after two minutes of play to add a seven point start.

Fortunately for the black and ambers, Nathan Wooff managed to kick his first penalty soon after to narrow the gap by three points.

Gradually towards half time, Kendal's tackling improved as they started to put Warrington under pressure.

Damian Armstrong then scored the first try in the right corner, with a good burst of speed, and Nathan Wooff kicked a superb conversion from the touchline.

As the second half commenced an early attack was soon squashed by the Cumbrians, and Phil Murphy charged up from the line out down the left touchline, well supported by the rest of his pack, especially Jack Ashley.

After at least 50 metres, his pack twisted round and put the ball on a platter for Dini.

James's pass put a dancing Dini over near the posts, following a simple conversion by Nathan Woof.

A few moments later, Warrington retaliated by swinging the ball swiftly to their right corner for Norman to score, but the conversion was missed, and Warrington were soon split to pieces.

Zane Butler was wounded by a stray collision to a knee, as Parky replaced Zane.

Wooff dashed through the middle, dummied on two occasions and scored a great solo and kicked another conversion.