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Around the Leagues: May 10-12

15th May 2019, 16:47

Around the Leagues: May 10-12

In the latest Around the Leagues report, we take a look at how senior Wales internationals got on with their clubs in the rugby league competitions across the world.

In the Challenge Cup, Regan Grace and Morgan Knowles both featured for St Helens in their 22-16 victory at Huddersfield Giants. Grace grabbed a try and was named as man-of-the-match by some members of the media. 

Ben Flower started for Wigan Warriors in their 26-24 defeat at Warrington Wolves.

Gil Dudson had a run-out for Salford Red Devils in their 32-18 loss at home to Hull Kingston Rovers.

Dalton Grant crossed for a try as he was named in John Kear's Bradford Bulls side for their heroic 24-22 win over local rivals Leeds Rhinos. 

Chester Butler, Dan Fleming and Connor Davies all starred for Halifax in their 34-6 success at Dewsbury Rams, with the former scoring a brace of tries.

Former Wales captain Craig Kopczak, now retired from international rugby league, was an interchange for Wakefield Trinity in their 26-6 victory over Widnes Vikings.

In a re-arranged round one League 1 fixture, Rob Massam was on the wing for North Wales Crusaders in their 19-18 defeat at London Skolars. 

Sam Hopkins was on the bench for Workington Town in their 41-30 loss at Coventry Bears, a re-arranged round four clash in the third division.

Over in Australia, James Olds kicked two goals for West Brisbane Panthers as they beat Wynnum Manly 32-24 in the Brisbane Premiership.

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Article by Ryan Gould

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