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Around the Leagues: July 12-14

15th July 2019, 09:00

Around the Leagues: July 12-14

In the latest Around the Leagues report, we take a look at how senior Wales internationals are getting on with their clubs across the world.

Former captain Craig Kopczak, who has now retired from international rugby league, appeared for Wakefield Trinity in their 36-16 defeat to local rivals Castleford Tigers in Super League.

Regan Grace and Morgan Knowles both featured for St Helens in their 32-10 victory over Wigan Warriors in another derby clash.

Gil Dudson started for Salford Red Devils in their 22-12 win at Warrington Wolves. 

Current captain Elliot Kear, Rhys Williams and Matty Fozard all had run-outs for London Broncos in their 35-22 loss at Hull FC.

In the Championship, Jake Emmitt was an interchange for Leigh Centurions in their 24-8 success at Barrow Raiders.

Dan Fleming and Chester Butler both starred for Halifax in their 40-10 victory over Widnes Vikings, with the latter crossing for a hat-trick of tries.

Rhodri Lloyd, Gavin Bennion and Ben Morris, making his debut, were all in Swinton Lions' side for their 34-34 draw at John Kear's Bradford Bulls. Bennion also got on the scoresheet.

In League 1, Sam Hopkins was an interchange for Workington Town in their 32-22 win over London Skolars.

Rob Massam grabs his first try in Crusaders' defeat at Oldham

Rob Massam scored two tries for North Wales Crusaders in their 46-30 defeat at Oldham.

Ashley Bateman, Steve Parry and Morgan Evans, scoring a try, all lined-up for West Wales Raiders in their 50-18 loss at Keighley Cougars. 

Over in Australia, Lloyd White was on the scoresheet for Mackay Cutters in their 28-24 Queensland Cup victory over Central Queensland Capras. 

James Olds featured for West Brisbane Panthers in their 18-10 success over Easts Tigers in the Brisbane Premiership. 

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Article by Ryan Gould

Images by Richard Long