Loan & Dual Reg Report

  • Three Warriors were in Loan action this weekend.
  • Harvey Makin and Harvey Wilson were off the bench for their loan Clubs.
  • Tom Forber made a try-scoring start to his loan at Barrow Raiders on Friday.

London Broncos 6-28 Huddersfield Giants

Harvey Makin was at interchange after making the loan move earlier last week. It was London who opened the scoring through Oli Leyland but the Giants responded with 24-unanswered points to see the Broncos remaining without a win after the first six rounds.

Harvey Makin is sponsored by Leisuretec UK

Whitehaven 23-22 Barrow Raiders

Tom Forber came off the interchange bench to score as Barrow Raiders fell to an agonising narrow loss away to Whitehaven on Friday afternoon.

Barrow opened the scoring through Andrew Bulman before Whitehaven hit back with two tries. Tom Forber crossed for a crucial score to get Barrow back level with the score converted, before Jarrad Stack’s effort put the Raiders in with an 18-12 lead at the turnaround.

The visitors Barrow extended their lead shortly after the break but Whitehaven again responded with a double to level the scores at 22-22 but a drop goal from Whitehaven’s Jake Carter five minutes from time saw the score end 23-22 in favour of the home side.

Tom Forber is sponsored by Care Love Learn Childcare

Bradford Bulls 29-10 Halifax Panthers

Harvey Wilson came off the interchange as a resilient Bradford Bulls side claimed their first win of the season.

An even first half saw the Bulls and Panthers cross for two tries apiece but it was Bradford who went in with the two-point advantage thanks to a brace of successful conversions from Jordan Lilley.

The Bulls peeled away in the second half though, scoring two converted tries, two penalty goals and a Jordan Lilley drop goal to see out the 29-10 victory and move Bradford to 10th in the ladder after their first win.

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Monday 01 April 2024