Hull KR fight back at Fev
Championship leaders Hull KR recovered from 16-0 down to draw 20-20 at Featherstone.
Tries from Misi Taulapapa, Jason Walton and James Duckworth put Fev ahead at the break, but Ryan Shaw, Jordan Abdull, Kieren Moss and Jamie Ellis edged the visitors in front in the second half.
Kyle Briggs’ late penalty gave the home side a deserved point.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) June 4, 2017
Olympique close the gap
Toulouse came from behind to defeat Batley 28-20 and close the gap to Hull KR to five points.
Stan Robin, Paul Marcon, Anthony Marion, Constantine Mika and Kane Bentley all scored for the French side.
— Toulouse Olympique (@TOXIII) June 4, 2017
Broncos march on
London Broncos moved up to third in the table after securing a 34-6 success over Halifax.
Kieran Dixon (2), Willie Barthau, Andy Ackers, Rhys Williams, Jay Pitts and Mark Ioane were on the scoresheet for the Broncos.
— London Broncos RL (@LondonBroncosRL) June 4, 2017
Five-star Lo leads Eagles to victory
Garry Lo scored five tries for Sheffield Eagles as they eased to a 38-14 win over Rochdale Hornets.
Menzie Yere, Jack Owens and Elliot Minchella scored the other tries for the Eagles.
— Sheffield Eagles (@SheffieldEagles) June 5, 2017
Rams down lacklustre Bulls
Dewsbury picked up two crucial points after defeating Bradford 38-12.
James Glover (2), Shaun Squires (2), Sam Day, Lucas Walshaw and Macauley Hallett crossed for the Rams to move them eight points clear of the Bulls at the foot of the table.
Read a summary of yesterday's match and hear from head coach Neil Kelly: https://t.co/2NlmgRa0x6
— Dewsbury Rams (@DewsburyRams) June 5, 2017
Hankinson’s double tops Swinton success
Chris Hankinson (2), Rhodri Lloyd and Jack Murphy were on the scoresheet for Swinton in their comfortable 26-4 victory over Oldham.
— Championships-RL (@RLChampionships) June 4, 2017