16th April 2019, 17:13
Around the Leagues: April 12-14
We take a look at how senior Wales internationals got on with their club sides in the latest round of rugby league fixtures.
Morgan Knowles and Regan Grace both started for St Helens in their 38-12 victory over Warrington Wolves, with the later scoring an impressive, length-of-the-field try.
Former Wales captain Craig Kopczak, who retired from international rugby league following the 2017 World Cup, grabbed a try in Wakefield Trinity's 30-20 win over Wigan Warriors.
In the Challenge Cup, Dalton Grant was on the scoresheet for John Kear's Bradford Bulls in their 27-26 golden point extra time success over Featherstone Rovers.
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Jake Emmitt was on the bench for Leigh Centurions in their narrow 14-10 defeat at Hull Kingston Rovers.
Dan Fleming and Curtis Davies both featured for Halifax in their 24-16 victory over London Broncos, who named current Wales skipper Elliot Kear in their side. Rhys Williams was rested for the cup tie, bringing an end to his incredible run of 177 consecutive appearances.
Gil Dudson crossed the whitewash for Salford Red Devils in their 76-6 win over Rochdale Hornets, who had Ben Morris at centre.
Sam Hopkins started at prop for Workington Town in their 78-6 loss at Leeds Rhinos.
Over in Australia, Josh Ralph was in the halves for Easts Tigers in their 30-6 Intrust Super Cup (Queensland) defeat to Sunshine Coast Falcons.
James Olds scored two tries for West Brisbane Panthers in their 30-16 success over South Logan Magpies in the Brisbane Premiership.
Article by Ryan Gould
Photograph by Richard Long