Loan & Dual reg Report

  • Six Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend.
  • Harvey Makin featured in Super League action whilst four Warriors played in the Championship.
  • Ryan Brown was in dual-registration action for League One side Midlands Hurricanes.


Castleford Tigers 40-0 London Broncos

Harvey Makin was once again available off the interchange bench as London were stung with a 40-0 loss away to Castleford Tigers on Friday night. The Tigers scored tries through Miller, Milnes, McShane, Mellor, Louis Senior and an Innes Senior double to get their second victory of the season, with London unable to get on the scoreboard.

Harvey Makin is sponsored by Leisuretec UK

Sheffield Eagles 54-0 Barrow Raiders

Reserves forward Finley Beardsworth started and made his Barrow loan debut the second row on Sunday afternoon, whilst Tom Forber was on the interchange at hooker. It was a difficult day for the Raiders who were handed a heavy defeat on the road against the Sheffield Eagles who crossed for nine unanswered tries on the day.

Tom Forber is sponsored by Care Love Learn Childcare

Bradford Bulls 13-14 Widnes Vikings

Jacob Douglas started on the left wing after signing a short-term loan deal with Bradford Bulls earlier this week whilst Harvey Wilson also started at second row for the Bulls.

Widnes were first on the board through Ryan Ince before the Bulls hit back through Ben Blackmore. Bradford then took the lead in the second half as Tom Holmes crossed.

Jordan Lilley then scored a penalty and a drop goal to make it 13-6 to the Bulls but a converted Joe Lyons try for Widnes followed by a Tom Gilmore drop goal made it 13-13. Gilmore scored a late drop goal in the game to see Widnes take home the two-points from Bartercard Odsal Stadium.

Harvey Wilson is sponsored by Locker19 Strength & Conditioning

Jacob Douglas is sponsored by Charles Brook

Midlands Hurricanes 16-44 Oldham

Ryan Brown was on dual-registration with the Midlands Hurricanes over the weekend, coming off the interchange bench. Oldham had a narrow 14-12 advantage at the interval after an arm wrestle in the first half but the Hurricanes fell away in the second forty as Oldham got the win.

Winger Mo Agoro returned from injury with two tries at the Alexander Stadium with full-back Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e also scoring twice.

Ryan Brown is sponsored by Cadena Global Ltd

Monday 29 April 2024