Loan and Dual reg report
- Nine Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend.
- Four players featured for London Broncos, York Knights and Widnes Vikings in the Championship.
- Five Warriors played in League One for Oldham Roughyeds and Midlands Hurricanes.
Nine Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend across the Championship and League One.
Batley Bulldogs 18-20 London Broncos
Kieran Tyrer started, while Harvey Makin came off the bench, as the duo made their first London Broncos appearances as part of the dual-registration agreement between the clubs.
Tyrer and Makin helped Broncos record a fourth successive away victory, while ending Batley’s run of seven consecutive Championship wins.
Harvey Makin is sponsored by Mortgage Advice People and Kieran Tyrer is sponsored by New Leaf Eco.
York Knights 8-24 Featherstone Rovers.
Adam Jones came off the bench as York Knights were beaten by league leaders Featherstone Rovers at The LNER Community Stadium.
Adam Jones is sponsored by The Casba.
Widnes Vikings 18-25 Swinton Lions
Zach Eckersley started at Centre as Widnes Vikings fell to a fourth straight defeat against Swinton Lions at the DCBL Stadium.
Zach Eckersley is sponsored by John Pye Ltd.
Dewsbury Rams 20-8 Oldham Roughyeds
Harvey Wilson started, while Tom Forber came off the bench, as Oldham were defeated by League One leaders Dewsbury Rams on Friday night.
Wilson, who scored for the Roughyeds in their defeat to Doncaster last time out, went close to putting Oldham ahead at the Flair Stadium, however, the ball was lost in an attempt to ground.
Harvey Wilson is sponsored by Locker 19 Strength & Fitness and Tom Forber is sponsored by Care, Love, Learn childcare.
Workington Town 60-10 Midlands Hurricanes
Elsewhere in League One, Kavan Rothwell, Max Wood and Finley Beardsworth all made their debuts for Midlands Hurricanes after signing on one-month loan deals ahead of the fixture.
Beardsworth started in the Second Row for the Canes, while Rothwell and Wood came off the bench, on a difficult afternoon in Cumbria.
Finley Beardsworth is sponsored by Handelsbanken, Kavan Rothwell is sponsored by Steel-Quick Ltd and Max Wood is sponsored by Sue Gibbons Funeral Services.
Ramon Silva remains on loan at Toulouse Olympique, however did not feature this weekend due to injury. Ramon is sponsored by Daniel Cooper Plumbing & Heating.