Rugby League

Halton Farnworth Hornets 38-20 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms took an inexperienced team to newly-promoted Halton Farnworth Hornets on Saturday and they were made to pay for it, losing 38-20.

Jake Harrison breaks clear. Picture: Tony North

Heysham Atoms 10-16 Thatto Heath Crusaders

Heysham Atoms put in a promising performance against reigning Premier Division champions Thatto Heath Crusaders at the weekend, despite losing 16-10.

Josh Whyke for Heysham Atoms.

Haydock Warriors 52-18 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms got off to a terrible start against Haydock Warriors in their North West Mens Premier League clash, and although they eventually made a fight of it they went down 52-18.

Jamie Cottle scores for Heysham Atoms. Picture: Tony North.

Heysham Atoms 10-26 Widnes West Bank Bears

Heysham Atoms’ first league game of the new season ended in a 26-10 defeat at home to Widnes West Bank Bears at the weekend.

Atoms Billy Livingstone on target. Picture: Tony North.

Ashton Bears 12-18 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms maintained their Premier League status for another season with a hard-fought victory away at Ashton Bears from Wigan.

Dan Helme, Heysham Atoms. Picture: Tony North.

Heysham Atoms 18-23 Hindley

Heysham Atoms fell to a third successive defeat on Sunday at home to Hindley in what was a close and absorbing contest.

Heysham Atoms Andrew Collins in action. Picture: Tony North.

Heysham Atoms 4-34 Thatto Heath Crusaders 34

Heysham Atoms travelled to the league leaders Thatto Heath on Saturday and although they put up a courageous fight the overwhelming possession against them told in the final quarter as the St Helens side pulled away to win.

Heysham Atoms' Michael Forrest. Picture: Tony North

Heysham Atoms 32-18 Orrell St James

Orrell St James inflicted defeat on the Atoms for the third time this season on Saturday as the Heysham side were beaten 32-18. at the Trimpell.

Jamie Cottle scores for Heysham Atoms.

Heysham Atoms 38-4 Haydock Warriors

Heysham Atoms produced a fine, all-round performance to dispatch Haydock at the Trimpell ground on Saturday.

Jamie Cottle takes on Latchford. Picture: Tony North.

Latchford Albion 34-22 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms suffered a 34-22 defeat at Victoria Park on Sunday as Latchford Albion completed a double over the visitors in the North West Men’s Premier League.

Dan Helme battles with Harefinch. Picture: Tony North

Heysham Atoms 44-28 Haresfinch

Heysham Atoms’ improved form of late continued with a 44-28 home victory over bottom club Haresfinch from St Helens at the weekend.

Heysham Atoms' Jake Harrison scored two crucial tries either side of half-time.

Shevington Sharks 16-24 Heysham Atoms

The Atoms halted a six-game losing streak with a morale-boosting victory that was hard fought in every sense of the word.

Charging Dan Helme, Heysham Atoms.

Heysham Atoms 22-32 West Bank Bears

Heysham Atoms succumbed to the West Bank Bears from Widnes as another two competition points passed them by in a fiery encounter at the Trimpell ground.

Billy Livingstone.

Hindley 22-12 Heysham Atoms

The Heysham Atoms’ struggles continued with defeat at Hindley on Saturday.

Jack Edmondson sprints down the wing.

Orrell St James 28-14 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms crashed out of the North West Men’s Challenge Cup at the semi final stage on Saturday at home to Orrell St James from Wigan.

Liam Hall sprints forward.

Haydock 28-22 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms let another two points slip through their fingers away at last year’s champions Haydock on Saturday, losing 28-22.

Jamie Cottle scores for the Atoms.

Heysham Atoms 20-22 Latchford Albion

Heysham Atoms put up a spirited performance at home to the newly promoted Latchford Albion from Warrington on Saturday, despite losing 22-20.

Heysham Atoms' Jake Harrison.

Orrell St James 46-16 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms’ trip to Wigan again proved fruitless with defeat against newly-promoted Orrell St James.

Michael Forrest.

Heysham Atoms 42-26 Ashton Bears

Heysham Atoms won 42-26 at the Trimpell on Saturday, showing glimpses of real quality in their attacking play and then periods where they lacked concentration, allowing Ashton Bears to claw their way back in the game.

Dialon Hernandez in action for Heysham Atoms.

Heysham Atoms 14-36 Thatto Heath Crusaders

Heysham Atoms were soundly beaten at home by St Helens outfit Thatto Heath Crusaders on Saturday in their second game of the new season.

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