Wolfpack keep motoring
Toronto are still unbeaten in League 1 after recording a 58-12 victory at Workington Town.
Jonny Pownall, Greg Worthington, Craig Hall and Ryan Brierley weighed in with two tries apiece as the Wolfpack comfortably secured the points.
— Toronto Wolfpack (@TOwolfpack) 18 June 2017
Raiders ease past the Crusaders
Barrow kept up the chase with a 28-4 victory against North Wales Crusaders – Brad Marwood (2), Dan Abram, Declan Hulme and Dan Toal were on the scoresheet for the Cumbrian side.
— Richard Long (@ritchie9710) 18 June 2017
Haven still in the mix
Whitehaven made it nine wins out of ten in the league with a narrow 18-16 success against York City Knights.
LEAGUE 1 RESULTS
— Championships-RL (@RLChampionships) June 18, 2017
Cougars come back against the Skolars
Keighley came from behind defeat London Skolars 45-26.
Skolars led 18-14 at half-time but Keighley scored five tries after the break to stay sixth in the table.
— Keighley Cougars (@Cougarmania) June 18, 2017
Young treble tops Thunder rout
Newcastle shut-out Oxford on their way to a 52-0 victory – Lewis Young grabbed a hat-trick for Thunder.
— Newcastle Thunder (@ThunderRugby) June 18, 2017
All Golds make it five
Gloucestershire All Golds recorded their fifth win of the season with a 32-20 win over Hemel Stags.
Hemel led 14-8 at half-time, but five tries from All Golds after the break reversed the score to leave the Stags still searching for their first win of the season.
Hemel 20-32 All Golds
Get the full post match reaction from our head coach here: https://t.co/ybekhdmjsm
— All Golds Rugby (@AllGolds) June 19, 2017
Joy at last for the Ironmen
South Wales Ironmen secured their first home win in four years with a thrilling 24-22 victory over Coventry.
The Bears led 22-18 with eight minutes remaining, but Barrie Phillips dived over for South Wales to level the scores after 78 minutes.
Paul Emanuelli converted the try and the Ironmen held on to earn their first win of the season.
— South Wales Ironmen (@IronmenRL) June 18, 2017