Rovers still lead the way
Hull KR recorded their 11th Championship victory of the season with a 24-16 success at home to Rochdale on Sunday.
George Lawler, Ryan Shaw, Shaun Lunt and Ben Kavanagh bagged tries for Rovers who still hold a four point lead at the top of the table.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) April 30, 2017
Toulouse smash the Bulls
Toulouse Olympique are second after cruising to a huge 60-4 win over Bradford Bulls. Kuni Minga scored a hat-trick for Toulouse, with Rhys Curran and Bastian Ader grabbing two each.
Johnathan Ford, Gavin Maguerite, Paul Marcon, Stan Robin and Bastien Canet also got on the scoresheet for the French side.
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— Toulouse Olympique (@TOXIII) April 29, 2017
Fev keep up the chase
Featherstone Rovers remain level on points with Toulouse after a 25-14 win over Sheffield Eagles.
Matty Wilde, Keal Carlile, Scott Turner and Chris Ulugia all scored tries for Rovers, with Leeds Rhinos dual-registered player Corey Aston kicking four goals and a drop goal.
Murrell on target for Halifax
Halifax are up to fourth after beating Batley Bulldogs 40-22 at The Shay.
James Saltonstall and Will Sharp both scored twice, with Scott Murrell, Steve Tyrer, Brandon Moore and James Woodburn-Hall also crossing the line.
— Halifax RLFC (@Halifax_RLFC) April 30, 2017
Broncos tame the Lions
Apirana Pewhairangi (2), Jay Pitts, Matt Garside, James Cunningham, Ben Evans and Lewis Bienek all scored tries for London Broncos in their 38-28 victory over Swinton Lions.
— London Broncos RL (@LondonBroncosRL) April 30, 2017
Roughyeds roar back against the Rams
Oldham recovered from 18 points behind to secure a 28-24 success at Dewsbury.
Adam Neal, Michael Ward, Kieran Gill, George Tyson and Joe Burke were the Roughyeds’ try scorers.