UNDER the tutelage of new coach Chris Bradshaw, things are continuing to look up for Northwich RUFC's seconds.

They still remain near the bottom of NOWIRUL Division Two South, but three wins on the spin means mid-table safety is firmly in their sights.

Their latest triumph was a 28-17 win over their Liverpool Collegiate counterparts at Moss Farm, with Harry Naylor opening the scoring after just two minutes as he broke from a driving maul before adding the conversion himself.

The visitors scored twice to take the lead before Richard Hart's long pass put Tom Boardman over to give Blacks the half-time advantage.

Liverpool quickly cancelled that out after the break with a short range converted try, but that was as good as it got for the visitors.

Hart went from provider to scorer as he crossed to give Blacks a lead they would not relinquish.

Anthony Keller also got himself over the line, with Naylor adding the extras for both second-half scores.

They can make further progress on Saturday when they visit Manchester seconds – the side directly above them in the table.

The first team, fresh from their 17-6 win at Douglas on Saturday, host Vale of Lune in their final fixture of 2019 at the same time.

Both games kick off at 2.15pm.