Hull KR still perfect
Hull Kingston Rovers continued their perfect start to the Championship season with a 52-18 win over Swinton Lions.
James Donaldson bagged a hat-trick, with David Hodgson, Jordan Abdull, Jamie Ellis, Zach Dockar-Clay, Will Oakes, Nick Scruton and Ryan Shaw also getting on the scoresheet.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) April 9, 2017
Toulouse stay in touch
Toulouse Olympique XIII are four points behind Rovers in second place after securing a comfortable 58-18 victory against Oldham.
Stan Robin, Gregory White, Johnathon Ford all scored twice for Toulouse, while Mark Kheirallah, Paul Marcon, Clement Boyer and Bastien Canet added further tries.
[RÉSUMÉ] Retrouvez les plus belles actions du match TO XIII v Oldham RLFC.[HIGHLIGHTS] of TO XIII v @Roughyeds.https://t.co/qXgvKDGVhc
— Toulouse Olympique (@TOXIII) April 10, 2017
Fev see off the Broncos
Featherstone Rovers remain third courtesy of a 38-18 success against London Broncos.
Chris Ulugia (2), John Davies, Cory Aston, Andy Bostock and Luke Briscoe all scored tries for Fev.
Bulls almost level
Bradford Bulls are just two points off parity after sealing a 48-16 win over Sheffield Eagles at Odsal.
James Bentley scored four tries for the Bulls, with Ethan Ryan, Ross Oakes, Daniel Murray and Johnny Campbell also crossing the line.
— Bradford Bulls (@OfficialBullsRL) April 9, 2017
Rams in a pickle
Bradford trail Dewsbury by just two points after the Rams were defeated 34-6 at Halifax.
Steve Tyrer (2), James Salton Stall, Simon Grix, Rob Worrincy and Adam Tangata all scored for the home side.
— Halifax RLFC (@Halifax_RLFC) April 9, 2017
Lillycrop seals comeback win
Batley Bulldogs came from 24 points down to beat Rochdale Hornets 38-36 – Tom Lillycrop scored the winner three minutes from time.