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Around the Leagues: August 9-12

13th August 2018, 18:53

Around the Leagues: August 9-12

In the latest Around the Leagues report, we take a look at how Wales internationals have been getting on with their clubs...

On Thursday night, Rhys Williams, Elliot Kear and Ben Evans all featured for London Broncos in their dramatic 21-20 victory at Widnes Vikings in The Qualifiers. Gil Dudson, meanwhile, started at prop for Widnes.

Chester Butler was in Halifax's side for their 14-0 defeat at home to Toronto Wolfpack, who named Jake Emmitt at loose forward.

Morgan Knowles was in the second row for St Helens in their 16-12 defeat to Huddersfield Giants. 

Ben Flower had a run-out for Wigan Warriors in their 24-22 success over Castleford Tigers.

In the Championship, Rob Massam was on the wing for Rochdale Hornets in their 17-10 defeat at Barrow Raiders.

Rhodri Lloyd and Andy Bracek both featured for Swinton Lions in their 40-7 loss at Dewsbury Rams.

Rhys Evans was in the centres for Leigh Centurions in their 68-6 win at home to Sheffield Eagles, who named both Matty Fozard and Matt James in their side.

In League 1, Dalton Grant played the full 80 minutes on the wing for Bradford Bulls in their 48-0 win at North Wales Crusaders.

Ben Morris grabbed a try for Workington Town in their 40-16 victory over Coventry Bears. For the Bears, Paul Emanuelli and James Geurtjens were both in action, while student international Liam Rice-Wilson was at hooker.

Steve Parry played in the halves for West Wales Raiders in their 130-0 defeat at home to York City Knights. 

Caleb Aekins, who was named in John Kear's train-on squad for the 2017 World Cup, crossed for two tries in Penrith Panthers' 36-32 victory over Wyong Roos in the Intrust Super Premiership (New South Wales).

Josh Ralph was in action for Easts Tigers in their Intrust Super Cup (Queensland) defeat to the Dolphins. 

Check back at walesrugbyleague.co.uk next week for the latest Around the Leagues report. 

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Article by Ryan Gould

Image by Richard Long