Rovers stay four points clear
Hull KR are still four points clear at the top of the Championship after recording a 42-18 win over Swinton Lions.
Ryan Shaw (3) and Jordan Abdull (2) topped the try scorers, while Joe Wardill and Andrew Heffernan were also on the scoresheet for Rovers.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) May 21, 2017
Featherstone rout the Rams
Fev demolished Dewsbury 52-10 to maintain second place in the table – Josh Hardcastle, Jason Walton and Scott Turner all scored twice for Jon Sharp’s team, with James Lockwood, Misi Taulapapa, Frankie Mariano and Jack Ormondroyd also crossing the line.
?MATCH HIGHLIGHTS – Enjoy all of the best bits from the Rovers' 52-10 hammering of @DewsburyRams!
— Featherstone Rovers (@FevRovers) May 22, 2017
Toulouse still in the mix
Third-placed Toulouse sealed a 45-20 win over Sheffield Eagles – Stan Robin (2) and Sebastien Planas (2) led the way for the French side, with Kane Bentley, Bastian Canet and Kuni Mungia scoring their other tries.
[RÉSUMÉ] Retrouvez les plus belles actions du match TOXIII v Sheffield[HIGHLIGHTS] of TOXIII v @SheffieldEagleshttps://t.co/7ZG3v0MmEu
— Toulouse Olympique (@TOXIII) May 22, 2017
Dixon leads Broncos’ romp
London Broncos raced to a 56-12 victory over Bradford at Odsal – Kieran Dixon scored four tries for the visitors.
Vitale Roqica and Jarrod Sammut weighed in with two apiece for the Broncos, with Jay Pitts and Rhys Williams adding further tries.
— London Broncos RL (@LondonBroncosRL) May 22, 2017
Batley enjoy away success
Batley secured a 48-28 win over Oldham at Manchester Regional Arena.
Danny Cowling, Joel Farrell, Al Leak, Adam Gledhill, Wayne Reittie, Dominic Brambani, James Harrison and Tom Lillycrop scored for the Bulldogs.
— Championships-RL (@RLChampionships) May 21, 2017
Halifax down sorry Hornets
Ben Johnston, Steve Tyrer, Will Sharp, Adam Tangata and Simon Grix all crossed for Halifax as they defeated Rochdale 28-2.