Chorley Panthers open-age team claimed the derby day bragging rights with a hard-fought 30-26 victory over Bamber Bridge.
The contest was a feisty affair with a number of big tackles in evidence.
Bridge looked like they were going to inflict a first league defeat on Panthers until Tom Bury took advantage of a loose ball and crossed the whitewash to seal a narrow victory.
Rick Wareing, Michael Jessiman, Mark Lowe and Tom Sharp were the other try scorers for Panthers.
n The Under-11s lost 28-26 against Orrell in a super game.
Lukas Prescott scored two early tries and then kicked the extras but a sloppy finish saw Orrell reduce the deficit.
The second half started quickly, with Orrell scoring two tries.
But Prescott again crossed the whitewash on two occasions leaving Orrell with only a slim lead.
Tiredness started to creep in and Orrell scored two late tries but Prescott ensured a nervy finish as he scored his fifth try of the match.
n Panthers Under-13s emerged victorious in the North West Counties Cup as they defeated Langworthy Reds 28-16.
Panthers defied the weather and were determined to give the ball width, which resulted in a first hat-trick from centre Charlie Mitchinson.
Langworthy were always in the game and scored tries of their own but skipper Matthew Duckworth scored late on to seal a deserved victory.
n It was a day to forget for a depleted Under-15s side as they lost 42-0 against Blackbrook.
Injuries, illness and availabilties took its toll but nothing should be taken away from Blackbrook, who put in a fine performance on a bleak Sunday morning.
Brook drew first blood with a well-worked try, Panthers responded but no matter what they did, the Brook defence stood tall.
The hosts then extended their lead and from kick-off, they ripped through the Panthers defence.
Tiredness started to have an impact and Brook continued to run in a number of scores.
Despite the dominant scoreline, the lads never gave up and they took e verything the Brook attackers threw at them.
Josh Rourke was awarded the man-of-the-match award while Jai Lilley, Cam Moss, Chris Kellett, Jake Pass and Alfie Bowers also impressed.