Both players record the maximum five points towards their respective competition’s Player of the Year award at the end of the season.
Keighley coach Paul March said: “Scott had a massive impact when he came off the bench, getting over for a try with his first touch.
“His involvement throughout the whole game, especially in that heat, was outstanding.
“He then came up with a great play near the end to send Buster (James Feather) over for the crucial try.
“Scott Leatherbarrow was given the sponsors’ man of the match, but he dedicated it to Scott straight away and I’m sure all the other players felt the same.”
On-loan half-back Jy-mel Coleman dominated Hemel Stags‘ 38-18 win over Rochdale, playing two spells at scrum-half either side of a switch to hooker.
Hemel coach Troy Perkins said: “Jy-mel got his hands on the ball a lot, but the best thing was his kicking game; he kept turning Rochdale around, and in that heat it was really effective.
“He worked well with stand-off Chad Sharp too. They both like to take the line on and they’ve both got good kicking games, so we had threats on either side of the field.”
Coleman, who was only playing his second game for Hemel, is on a month-long loan deal from Dewsbury Rams.
Championship Player of the Year award
Barrow’s Liam Harrison has moved to the fringe of the top 10 after collecting four points for his performance in the last-gasp win at York. Scott Law takes a maximum five points as Player of the Week.
2 points – Anthony Thackeray (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
London Skolars‘ Mike Worrincy moves up to fourth place in the Player of the Year rankings after collecting four points for his display against Gateshead Thunder. Hemel duo Jy-mel Coleman and Chad Sharp also join the rankings, while Dylan Skee climbs up to sixth place despite being kept out of the team of the week by Coleman’s brilliant performance against Rochdale.
5 points – Jy-mel Coleman (Hemel Stags)
2 points – Pat Evans (Gloucestershire All Golds)
Championship One Player of the Year table
1. Mike Bishay (10 points)
Stuart Reardon (10 points)
3. Gary Middlehurst (9 points)