WATERLOO’S improved form continued with a 19-14 win at home to Rossendale, a result that still gives the Blundellsands side the chance of finishing the campaign in the top half of the National Three North table.
Although all the points came from Liam Reeve the accolades must go to Alix Croft who led by example and was perpetual motion from start to finish.
Waterloo took an early lead with a penalty from Reeve before the full-back, picking up on a neat chip over the defence from Liam McGovern and showing good handling skills, went over for a try. He also added the conversion for 10-0 at half-time.
Rossendale came back in the second half with a try from Sam Lothian converted by Jamie Albinson and with Greenwood adding a second also converted by Albinson, Rossendale took a 14-10 lead.
But due to good pressure, three further penalties from Reeeve sealed the win.
Waterloo have no game this weekend but return to action away to Billingham on March 23.