League 1: Crusaders, Keighley remain unbeaten & Fuifui Moimoi scores
North Wales Crusaders are flying high at the top of the League 1 table, whilst Fuifui Moimoi got on the scoresheet for Rochdale this weekend.
Rochdale Hornets ran in eight tries to ease past Midlands Hurricanes 44-24 at the Crown Oil Arena.
Gavin Bennion, Cobi Green, Cian Tyrer (2), Dan Nixon, Paul Brearley, Fuifui Moimoi and Gregg McNally scored for the Hornets.
Keighley Cougars continued their winning start to the season as they thumped West Wales Raiders 46-4 at Stebonheath Park.
Half-back Jack Miller finished the game with a personal points tally of 22 points having scored a hat-trick and five goals. Jamaica World Cup hopeful Mo Agoro bagged a brace for the Cougars.
North Wales Crusaders are flying high at the top of the League 1 table thanks to a 46-0 win at Doncaster.
Chris Barratt, Ben Morris (2), Patrick Ah Van, Matt Reid and Rob Massam scored for the Crusaders.
Hunslet eased past League 1 newcomers Cornwall 52-16 at the South Leeds Stadium.
Jordan Paga (2), Jimmy Watson, Harvey Hallas, Jacob Doyle, Wyne Reittie (2) and Kieran Moran went over for the hosts.
Swinton Lions came up with a resounding 58-14 win over London Skolars at Heywood Road.
Lewis Charnock (2), Max Roberts (3), Ben Heyes (2), Lewis Hatton and Billy Brickhill got on the scoresheet for Allan Coleman’s Lions.
Oldham didn’t play this weekend due to there being 11 teams in League 1 this season, meaning there will always be one team who has a week off.
League 1 results:
Rochdale Hornets 44-24 Midlands Hurricanes
West Wales Raiders 4-46 Keighley Cougars
Doncaster 0-46 North Wales Crusaders
Hunslet 52-16 Cornwall
Swinton Lions 58-14 London Skolars
The Crusaders currently sit top of the League 1 table, having won seven from seven.
Keighley have played one game less than North Wales so far, but also have a 100% winning record in 2022.
Rochdale are in third, having won six from their seven game so far. Swinton and Doncaster make up the top five in the League 1 table, with eight points each.
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