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Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersBoth Broughton Park and Burnage had their North West League matches called off, but Didsbury Toc H and Old Bedians managed to get in games away from the flooded Mersey Valley.Bedians had a great 20 14 win at St Mary’s OB to stay in third place of North Lancs Two behind joint leaders Windermere and Eagle.Didsbury Toc H were involved in a game of two halves at Blackburn. After leading 18 0 at the break Toc H went down 36 18 as the home side scored five unanswered tries.Sean Bishop slotted over two early penalties for Toc and with their pack dominant early on, Gaz Oakley fed flying winger Dave Hoare for the opening try. Further pressure following a superb kick from Joe Bradbury paid off with a converted try from James Southall.There was a flood of points for Broughton Park’s lower teams, led by the seconds who swamped West Park 90 0.