Betfred Championship Roundup: Barrow down, Fev secure playoff place

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Saturday

Toulouse 42-14 Dewsbury Rams- Two tries for Stanislas Robin and other efforts from James Bell, Constantine Mika, Junior Vaivai, Paterika Vaivai and Anthony Marion earned the big win for Toulouse. The Rams responded with tries from Adam Ryder, Martin Reilly and Sam Day, but they were beaten in France.

Toronto Wolfpack 62-8 Barrow Raiders- A hat trick from Liam Kay, two tries from Andrew Dixon and Matthew Russell as well as other efforts from Josh McCrone, Joe Mellor, Anthony Mullally and Andy Ackers secured a big win for the Wolfpack. Barrow responded with a try and a penalty from Jamie Dallimore but their relegation to League One is confirmed.

Sunday

Halifax 58-0 Rochdale Hornets- Two tries from Steve Tyrer, James Woodburn-Hall, Will Sharp and Conor McGrath as well as other efforts from Jacob Fairbank and Daniel Fleming earned the big win for Halifax.

Leigh Centurions 23-24 York City Knights- Two tries from Will Oakes and other efforts from Matty Marsh and Liam Harris as well as a penalty from Connor Robinson won the thrilling game for York. Leigh responded with tries from Kevin Brown, Liam Hood, Ryan Brierley and Liam Forsyth as well as a drop goal from Josh Woods, but they fell just short.

Widnes Vikings 36-28 Swinton Lions- Two tries from Patrick Ah Van and other efforts from Keanan Brand, Lloyd Roby, Jack Owens, Chris Dean and Josh Ganson confirmed survival for Widnes. The Lions responded with tries from Mike Butt, Samy Kibula, Jack Hansen, Nick Gregson and Matthew Ashton, but they fall short in a thriller.

Bradford Bulls 30-10 Sheffield Eagles- Tries from Joe Keyes, Jake Webster, Ross Peltier, Ethan Ryan, Brandon Pickersgill and Rhys Evans secured a win for Bradford in their last ever game at Odsal. Sheffield responded with tries from Joel Farrell and James Meadows, but their playoff hopes are over.

Batley Bulldogs 0-64 Featherstone Rovers- A hat trick from Dane Chisholm, two tries from Josh Hardcastle and Connor Jones as well as individual efforts from Bradley Day, Cameron King, James Harrison and James Lockwood earned Featherstone the win on an emotional day, as Batley marked their first game since the passing of Archie Bruce.

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