Loan & Dual Reg Report

  • Five Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend.
  • Sam Eseh Jr, Harvey Makin and Tiaki Chan made Betfred Super League appearances as interchanges.
  • Harvey Wilson and Ryan Brown featured for Bradford Bulls and Midlands Hurricanes.

five Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the weekend across three competitions.

Castleford Tigers 4-60 St Helens

Sam Eseh Jr made his Castleford debut from the interchange bench as the Tigers fell to a heavy defeat at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Friday night.

Despite Tommy Makinson’s red card for head contact on 12 minutes, the Tigers trailed by two points at the break. The hosts saw Liam Horne sent off seven minutes after the restart before St Helens scored eight tries in the final half an hour to claim the two points.

Sam Eseh Jr is sponsored by Wigan GP Alliance

London Broncos 34-18 Hull FC

Warriors duo Harvey Makin and Tiaki Chan faced off at the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Sunday afternoon as London Broncos registered their first win in 2024 Betfred Super League.

After a scoreless opening 20 minutes, three tries in six minutes put Hull FC 12-6 ahead until London scored twice before the break to lead 16-12 at half time.

Hull FC went back in front shortly after the break before London capitalised on a sin-binning by scoring three tries to eventually win 34-18.

Harvey Makin is sponsored by Leisuretec UK

Tiaki Chan is sponsored by Evergreen Accountants

Bradford Bulls 14-40 Wakefield Trinity

Harvey Wilson started in the second row as Bradford Bulls missed out on reaching Wembley as they fell to defeat against Wakefield Trinity in the semi-final of the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup.

The Bulls held an 8-6 lead at the break after a courageous performance against an unbeaten Wakefield side, however, seven second half tries from the visitors resulted in a 40-14 win.

Jacob Douglas was named in the Bulls’ 21-player squad but did not feature in the matchday team.

Jacob Douglas is sponsored by Charles Brook

Harvey Wilson is sponsored by Locker19 Strength & Conditioning

Midlands Hurricanes 22-24 Cornwall

Ryan Brown was an interchange replacement as Midlands Hurricanes were beaten narrowly by Cornwall, who claimed their first win of the League One season.

Despite Cornwall opening the scoring after six minutes, the Hurricanes responded with three tries to lead 16-6 at the break.

Midlands held a 22-12 lead heading into the closing stages, however, after a sin-binning on 71 minutes reduced the Hurricanes to 12-men for the remainder of the contest, Cornwall scored two converted tries in the final three minutes to steal the two points.

Ryan Brown is sponsored by Cadena Global Ltd

Monday 13 May 2024