SEDGLEY Tigers came through their penultimate league match of the National Two North season unscathed after running in a five tries in a 29-5 victory at Broadstreet.

Andy Riley opened the scoring in the fourth minute and ran in his second try just before half time to bookend scores from Matt Lamprey and Johnny Matthews.

Steve Collins converted Riley's opener before running in and converting the final try of the game midway through the second half.

The result further underlined Sedgley's second place finish, but with a spot in the promotion play-off already confirmed the previous weekend coach Geoff Roberts admitted he was just happy to chalk off the game with a clean bill of health.

"It was just a game we wanted to get out of the way and get back home," he said.

"The main thing was to come through it unscathed and we did."

Sedgley have one more league game remaining, at Harrogate on Saturday, before their play-off the following weekend.

The Tigers' opponents were confirmed at the weekend when Old Albanians had to settle for second place in National Two South despite romping to a 90-3 victory at home to bottom side Launceston.

Cambridge pipped them to the title by just two points, but Old Albanians have at least secured home advantage in the play-off having finished the season with a better points tally than Sedgley.

Roberts, meanwhile, was not reading too much into their rivals' high-scoring exploits.

"They were playing the division's bottom club at home on the final day of the season, when their opponents had nothing to play for," he said.

"These high scoring games can happen, we ran in 80 points against Sandal earlier in the season, but you don't get them every day and I'm glad in a way that their purple patch came last weekend rather than against us."