Barrow Raiders return to the Championship as League One champions, after a 76-0 win over West Wales Raiders on Saturday.
SEVEN tries from Tee Ritson, two from Jarrad Stack, and other efforts from Carl Forster, Callum Bustin, Charlie Emslie, Declan Hulme and Shane Toal recorded the emphatic victory for the Raiders.
North Wales Crusaders also consolidated third place on Saturday with a 44-0 win over London Skolars at Stadium ZipWorld.
Four tries from Rob Massam, and other efforts from Gav Rodden, Tommy Johnson, Dave Eccleston and Patrick Ah Van sealed the win.
Meanwhile, Keighley Cougars pipped Doncaster to fourth place after a 28-26 win over the Dons at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Two tries from Jake Webster, and others from Constantine Mika, Taylor Prell and Phoenix Laulu-Togagae earned an impressive win on the road for the Cougars.
Doncaster were on the board thanks to two tries from Jake Sweeting, and other efforts from Ollie Greensmith and Tom Halliday, but just missed out on victory.
The final playoff spot was in Hunslet’s hands, and they confirmed their spot with an impressive 32-14 win over second-placed Workington Town at Derwent Park.
Tries from Mikey Wood, Alex Rowe, Duane Straughier, Reece Chapman-Smith and Lewis Young claimed the impressive victory for Alan Kilshaw’s side.
Workington responded with two tries from Joe Brown, and another from Brad Holroyd, but fell to defeat in their final regular season match.
Finally, Rochdale Hornets ended their regular season with a 50-22 win over Coventry Bears at the Crown Oil Arena.
Two tries each for Ben Calland, Gavin Bennion and Dan Nixon, as well as other efforts from Fuifui Moimoi, Sean Penkywicz and Shaun Robinson earned victory for the Hornets.
Coventry responded with tries from Jordan Bull, David Scott, Dan Coates and Chris Cullimore, but ended the regular season with their third straight defeat.