Preview: Gloucestershire All Golds v Hunslet Hawks

Sam Te’o could be in line for his Gloucestershire All Golds debut after the club announced his signing earlier this week.

Te’o joins from Rochdale Hornets and will pose another threat to Hunslet Hawks in a match Hunslet coach Barry Eaton is labeling as his side’s toughest away trip of 2014.

Michael Haley (hamstring) and Liam Mackay (dead leg) are Hunslet’s biggest doubts ahead of Sunday’s trip south.

Coach Barry Eaton said: “Gloucestershire have got two wins from three, and a bonus point against York. It’s our toughest away trip so far this season, without doubt. They’ve got some Championship-quality players in their ranks.”

The Hawks have won their last four matches, but Eaton insists: “We’ve got a bit of momentum, but we want to keep our feet on the ground. There are still lots of areas we can improve on.”

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