WITH Leigh conceding this Saturday's game Anselmians will be crowned N2W Champions.

With just one narrow loss all season, to 2nd-placed Rochdale, Saints have chalked up some impressive figures most points at home 637 most points away, least conceded at home 85, least away conceded 125.

Leading points scorer in the league Dai Morley leading try scorer James Whitehouse top of the league in every category.

Even more impressive figures considering they only played 21 games, three games walkover wins which, although awarded the win, racked up no scoreing points.

Head coach Degsy Salisbury assisted by Tommy Banks, in their first season coaching the squad, are happy the way things have gone.

Degsy said: "It's probably been a bit of a shock to some of the players how well we have done so far this season.

"We did tell them hard work, training and commitment would pay off.

"We lost one or two, but the vast majority bought in to what we where trying to achieve, worked at it and are now starting to reap the rewards.

"I'm really proud the way the lads have progressed".

With the Leigh game off, The Cheshire Cup Final beckons, this Saturday (April 30) at Stockport RUFC on Headlands Road in Bramall, Stockport (kick-off 3pm).