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Around the Leagues: April 5-7

8th April 2019, 17:13

Around the Leagues: April 5-7

In the latest instalment of Around the Leagues, we report how senior Wales internationals got on with their club sides from April 5 to 7.

Both Regan Grace and Morgan Knowles started for St Helens in their 18-10 defeat at Catalans Dragons.

Gil Dudson warms up for Salford ahead of their Super League clash with Hull FC

Gil Dudson featured for Salford Red Devils in their 23-16 loss at home to Hull FC.

Rhys Williams had a run-out for London Broncos as they went down 48-12 away to Warrington Wolves.

Former Wales captain Craig Kopczak, who has now retired from international rugby league, was an interchange for Wakefield Trinity in their 17-16 victory over Huddersfield Giants.

In the Championship, Ben Morris was at centre for Rochdale Hornets as they lost 48-24 at home to Halifax, who named Dan Fleming on the bench. 

Dalton Grant grabbed two tries for John Kear's Bradford Bulls in their 20-12 win over Dewsbury Rams.

Mike Butt, Rhodri Lloyd and Gavin Bennion were all in Swinton Lions' side for their 30-20 defeat at York City Knights.

Matt James started for Sheffield Eagles in their 40-10 deficit to Toronto Wolfpack.

Sam Hopkins featured for Workington Town in their 34-32 loss at London Skolars.

Liam Rice-Wilson, who was part of the squad for last autumn's European Championship and 2021 World Cup qualifiers, was at hooker for West Wales Raiders as they went down 56-12 to Keighley Cougars.

Over in Austrlia, Josh Ralph started in the halves for top-of-the-table Easts Tigers in their 44-12 success over Central Queensland Capras in the Intrust Super Cup (Queensland).

Lloyd White featured for Mackay Cutters in their 20-6 win at Blackhawks in the same competition.

James Olds grabbed a try for West Brisbane Panthers in their 34-10 victory over Easts Tigers in the Brisbane Premiership. 

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Article by Ryan Gould

Photography by Richard Long/West Brisbane Panthers