Loan and dual reg report

  • Five Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend.
  • Logan Astley, Ramon Silva and Harvey Makin all featured in the Championship.
  • Finley Beardsworth and Adam Jones started in League One for Midlands Hurricanes and Rochdale Hornets.

Five Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend across the Championship and League One.

Whitehaven 0-60 Featherstone Rovers

Logan Astley came off the bench to make his Featherstone Rovers debut on Sunday as the table toppers recorded a 60-0 victory over Whitehaven.

The full back, who joined Rovers on an initial one-month loan deal last week, created Featherstone’s ninth try with a precise kick which was tapped back to into the path of the scorer.

Logan Astley is sponsored by The Riversiders Supporters’ Club.

Toulouse Olympique 40-28 Widnes Vikings

Ramon Silva returned from injury to make his first appearance for Toulouse since the start of June as the French side handed Widnes a fifth straight defeat.

Zach Eckersley was named in the initial Widnes 21-man squad, however, he was not included in the matchday team.

Ramon Silva is sponsored by Daniel Cooper Plumbing & Heating while Zach Eckersley is sponsored by John Pye Ltd.

Barrow Raiders 6-12 Batley Bulldogs

Harvey Makin made his Barrow debut as an interchange as the Raiders were beaten in the last minute by Batley, who remain third in the table and level on points with Toulouse.

Harvey Makin is sponsored by Mortgage Advice People.

Midlands Hurricanes 23-28 Dewsbury Rams

Finley Beardsworth started in the Second Row as Midlands were eight minutes away from becoming the first side to defeat Dewsbury Rams this season.

After leading 16-4 at the break, the Hurricanes went 23-22 ahead with 10 minutes to go, however, the Rams scored after 72 minutes to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign.

Finley Beardsworth is sponsored by Handelsbanken.

North Wales Crusaders 32-24 Rochdale Hornets

Adam Jones scored a sensational solo try on his Rochdale debut, despite Hornets’ defeat to the Crusaders in Chester.

Hornets had led 14-12 at the break, however, a late penalty goal and a try from the hosts handed Rochdale a fourth straight defeat.

Adam Jones is sponsored by The Casba.

Oldham Roughyeds P-P Workington Town

Tom Forber, Kieran Tyrer and Harvey Wilson were all named in Oldham’s 21-man squad to face Workington on Sunday, however, due to a crash on the M6 which prevented the Workington team bus from arriving, the match was postponed.

Tom Forber is sponsored by Care, Love, Learn childcare, Kieran Tyrer is sponsored by New Leaf Eco and Harvey Wilson is sponsored by Locker 19 Strength & Fitness.

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Monday 03 July 2023