London Broncos took their second win of the Championship season with a 26-18 win over Dewsbury Rams.
The Broncos leapt above their opponents to sit 12th in the Championship standings and outside the relegation zone for the first time this season. Dewsbury without a coach is now among them, having scored just four points so far this season.
In the meantime, Widths suffered a late defeat at home York† Matty Marsh scored in the 74th minute to give the Traveling Knights a 16-14 win, with Jamie Ellis kicking the winning conversion.
The Vikings led 14-4 at halftime in Danny Craven’s 200th appearance. However, second half attempts by Joe Brown and Marsh saw them return to Yorkshire with the two points. Winger Brown also made a cross in the first half.
Elsewhere in the Championship
Barrow Raiders achieved a 58-0 win away at Cumbria rivals Workington Town† Jarrod Sammut, Matty Costello and Tee Ritson all cross for a brace. Also tries from skipper Jarrad Stack, Luke Cresswell and returning center Hakim Miloudi. Workington sits at the bottom of the table with just one win.
batley bulldogs also scored 58 points at home to Newcastle Thunder† Craig Lingard’s side scored 10 tries and scored 46 unanswered points in the second half for a 58-18 score.
Tries from Ben Tibbs, James Woodburn-Hall, Lachlan Walmsley and Dan Murray saw Halifax Panthers loss Whitehaven 24-12. Jonty Gorley’s side had led 12-6 at halftime at home.
Bradford Bulls rebounded from their Monday night 58-12 defeat to table-toppers Featherstone with a 30-10 win at Sheffield Eagles† Tries from David Foggin-Johnston, Corey Johnson, Ryan Millar (2) and the returning Brandon Pickersgill.
Premier Sports hosting first versus second in the championship on Monday night as Featherstone Rovers travel to Leigh Centurions. The two sides met just over two weeks ago when Adrian Lam’s Centurions won the 1895 Cup at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tomorrow night a GIANT clash in the Betfred Championship awaits 💥
The top 2 clash in a mega Monday night match 🔥 pic.twitter.com/wYh7pTCWKQ
— Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) June 12, 2022
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