Gwylio’r Cymry: Chwefror 10-13

Here’s a round up of how our Welsh internationals got on in their rugby league matches this week. Words: Ian Golden. Pic: Steve Mower.

In the Rugby League Championship, Swinton Lions earned a fantastic 30-16 away win at Batley Bulldogs with Mike Butt and Ollie Olds being amongst the try scorers, the latter his first for the club. Rhodri Lloyd captained the Swinton side.


Featherstone Rovers kept up their winning start to the season as they beat Halifax Panthers 46-22. Caleb Aekins was amongst the scorers for Rovers with Craig Kopczak coming off the bench.

Toulouse Olympique won their second game in a row as they shut out Newcastle Thunder 58-0 with Josh Ralph scoring a try. Curtis Davies was in the Thunder side.

Widnes Vikings also made it two wins out of two in the Championship this season as they beat Keighley Cougars 26-18. Ant Walker and Matty Fozard starred for the home side.

Ben Evans was on the Barrow Raiders bench as they lost 36-16 at home to Sheffield Eagles, whilst on Monday night, Chester Butler was in the Bradford Bulls side as they lost 32-16 to York Knights. Bailey Antrobus starred for York.

In the Challenge Cup, former Wales international Steve Parry was on the scoresheet for Rhondda Outlaws as they went down 54-10 at Hull Dockers. Wales 9s international and 2023 men’s side train-on squad member Cobi Green was also in the Outlaws side.

The pre-season friendly matches continued in England and Owen Restall was in action for Dewsbury Rams, Rob Massam for North Wales Crusaders and Calvin Wellington for Oldham.