ROCKCLIFF recorded their fourth league win in a row with a gritty display against a strong and well drilled Seaham side.
A tight first half saw the sides change ends with the visitors leading 5-3, with the Red and Golds’ points coming from a penalty from the ever reliable skipper Andrew Webster.
Rockcliff upped the gears in the second half and got their reward when winger Steven Scott scored a brilliant individual try, breaking away down the blind side and cutting in to score just wide of the posts.
Webster added the conversion for a 10-5 lead.
Fit again second row forward Stu Thomson then barrelled his way through for Rockcliff’s second try of the game, again converted by Webster, for 17-5.
With their tails up, the Red and Golds pressed on and were rewarded when Webster slotted home his second penalty of the game for 20-5.
Seaham came back with a late converted try after their full-back finished a well worked move to touch down, making the final score 20-10.
Next week Rockcliff travel to Winlaton.