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Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Their 35-20 victory at Sugden Sports Centre in the town maintains their one-point lead over Salford, who also secured a comfortable victory to maintain their push for the title.
Eleven goals from Rybak helped Manchester do the double over the students, having led 19-10 at the break and consolidated their lead in the second half.
Georgiou scored nine goals and Girost five, and although Berezowski top-scored for the University side with five, it was not enough.
A Salford side littered with players with international experience secured a predictable 34-6 victory over Liverpool Speke Garston to maintain the pressure on Manchester.
One point behind, Salford have a game in hand and could overtake Manchester when they play that match.
Six goals each for Garthman, Woodall and Hennessy helped Salford to beat Speke Garston.
Meanwhile, third-placed Nottingham University also kept the pressure up at the top of the table with a 29-25 win over Liverpool Wolves.
With two games in hand, Nottingham University could draw level on points with Manchester if they win their games in hand, making the league even tighter.
* Great Dane maintained their table-topping form in the Southern Section with a 27-20 victory over Bath University.