24th September 2018, 18:50
Around the Leagues: September 21-23
In our latest Around the Leagues report, we take a look at how Wales internationals have been getting on with their club sides throughout the rugby league divisions...
In Super League, both Regan Grace and Morgan Knowles started for St Helens in their 34-14 victory over Warrington Wolves. Grace also grabbed an important try shortly before half-time.
👀 Take a look at this tackle from #WalesRL 🏴 international @ReganGrace5 during yesterday’s @SuperLeague #Super8s clash between @Saints1890 and @wolvesrl.— Wales Rugby League 🏴 (@WalesRugbyL) September 23, 2018
There was no getting past him! 👊#SLWarStH #rugbyleague https://t.co/sHbi7PaG1Q
Jake Emmitt featured for Toronto Wolfpack in their 20-12 win over Widnes Vikings, who named Lloyd White at hooker.
Elliot Kear, Rhys Williams and Ben Evans were all in action for London Broncos in their crucial 11-8 success over Salford Red Devils. Former Wales captain Craig Kopczak, who recently retired from international duty, was on the bench for the Red Devils.
Chester Butler and Dan Fleming were both in Halifax's side for the 34-6 defeat to Leeds Rhinos. Sion Jones and Connor Davies, who have represented Wales below first-team level, were also in action for Fax.
In the Championship, Rob Massam started on the wing for Rochdale Hornets in their 26-22 win over Dewsbury Rams.
Matty Fozard was at loose forward for Sheffield Eagles in their 24-22 loss at home to Barrow Raiders.
Rhodri Lloyd was in the centres for Swinton Lions in their 34-18 defeat to Featherstone Rovers.
Betfred Championship Shield battle for survival goes down to the last game!— Championship & League 1 (@RLChampionships) September 24, 2018
Yesterday's results! 👇 pic.twitter.com/1uLXcSRBss
In League 1, Ben Morris was in action for Workington Town as they were downed 44-32 at Doncaster.
Steve Parry and Morgan Evans featured for West Wales Raiders in their 98-6 loss at Newcastle Thunder. The remainder of the Raiders' side was made up largely of Welshmen.
Dalton Grant scored a brace for Bradford Bulls in their 52-7 win over Hemel Stags.
James Geurtjens was on the bench for Coventry Bears in their 14-4 success over Hunslet. Liam Rice-Wilson, who has been capped for Wales Students in the past, was also in the Bears' matchday squad.
Check back at walesrugbyleague.co.uk next week for the latest Around the Leagues report.
Tickets for Wales' international with Ireland at the Racecourse Stadium in Wrexham on Sunday, November 11 are now on sale.
Article by Ryan Gould
Photo by Richard Long