Both players record the maximum five points towards their respective competition’s Player of the Year award at the end of the season.
The former Warrington and Wakefield player scored two tries and kicked kick goals from as many attempts in the Lions’ 36-6 win at South Leeds Stadium.
Harvey sliced over from close range in the first half, before finishing a Swinton attack 11 minutes after the restart.
Lions coach Gary Chambers hailed the contribution of the tall halfback after the game.
Chambers said: “There was some good stuff with ball in hand from Craig, but it’s the unseen stuff that has to be admired more.”
“Dylan does a lot of things that sometimes go unnoticed,” Skolars coach Joe Mbu said.
“He does all the hard work, gets into the middle and makes his tackles, and at the same time is talking and organising the line.
“It’s not just in the Rochdale game either – week on week he is the most consistent performer in the club.
“He pretty much executes our game plan, the rest of the squad follow him and he has great leadership skills.”
Championship Player of the Year award
Halifax stand-off Scott Murrell has moved up to joint second place in the overall table following his excellent display in the win at Dewsbury.
Murrell was just edged out for the stand-off berth by Player of the Week Craig Harvey, but was still determined to have produced the third best performance of the weekend.
4 points – Paul Clough (Whitehaven)
3 points – Scott Murrell (Halifax)
Championship Player of the Year Table
1. Mitchell Stringer (13 points)
2. Scott Leatherbarrow (10 points)
Callum Phillips (10 points)
Scott Murrell (10 points)
Championship One Player of the Year Award
4 points – Sam Gee (Oldham)
1 point – Lewis Palfrey (Oldham)
Championship One Player of the Year table
1. Mike Bishay (10 points)
2. Gary Middlehurst (9 points)
3. Stuart Reardon (8 points)