Coventry Bears 0-72 Whitehaven- A hat trick from Jordan Burns, two tries from Jake Moore, David Thompson and Calvin Phillips as well as other efforts from Marc Shackley, Chris Taylor, Carl Forster and Andrew Bulman won the game and the title for Whitehaven.
North Wales Crusaders 36-18 London Skolars- Two tries from Rob Massam and Stephen Wild as well as other efforts from Simon Atherton, Jonny Walker and Alex Eckley won the game for the Crusaders. The Skolars responded with tries from Liam Scott, Jordan Williams and Omari Caro, but they end the season with a defeat.
Hunslet 20-34 Oldham- A hat trick from Danny Langtree and other efforts from Danny Bridge and Paul Crook secured second place for Oldham. Hunslet responded with tries from Zach Braham, Jim Watson and Nathan Chappell, but they end the season with a defeat.
Keighley Cougars 22-32 Newcastle Thunder- Two tries from Alex Clegg, Nicholas Newman and Kieran Gill earned an impressive away win for Newcastle. The Cougars responded with two tries from Taylor Prell and other efforts from Kieran Moran and Davey Dixon, but they fall short at home.
Workington Town 4-30 Doncaster- Two tries from Tom Halliday and other efforts from Jason Tali, Matty Beharrell and Frankie Mariano win the game for Doncaster. Workington responded with a try from Caine Barnes, but they fall to a heavy defeat at home.
Hunslet thrashed Keighley Cougars 34-0 at South Leeds Stadium to go into second place in League One.
It was a great start for the West Yorkshire side, as they took the lead after just two minutes as Ben Heaton got in and scored. However, the try was unconverted.
Then with 10 minutes gone, they got another try as Nathan Chappell managed to get over and score. Once again though, it went unconverted.
Just before the half hour, the home side then grabbed another try as Gareth Potts got in on the act. Once again, it went unconverted, but they were two converted tries in front.
Then came the games turning point as the home side grabbed two tries in the final three minutes of the first half. Mike Emmitt and Duane Straughier both crossed the tryline and both tries were converted by Reece Dean to send the South Leeds club 24 points up at the break.
The second half was considerably quieter, with just two tries, one at each end of the second half. First, Heaton grabbed his second, just a minute into the second half and then Zach Braham scored right on the full time hooter. Daniel Nicklas converted to add to ensure Hunslet ended the match on the right note.
It means Hunslet go into second in League One, having now played as many games as London Skolars. Hunslet welcome Doncaster next Friday.
As for Keighley, they remain rooted to the bottom of the League One table and still on a negative points standing. They are still without a win since sacking Craig Lingard. They travel to another promotion chasing side in Oldham next Sunday.