Gwylio’r Cymry: Ebrill 22-25

In the latest Gwylio’r Cymry, we look at how internationals for Wales’ men’s team got on with their club sides across the world.

In Super League, Gil Dudson started for Catalans Dragons in their 24-8 defeat at home to Warrington Wolves, making 86 metres from 13 carries.

Regan Grace, who is joint top of Super League’s try-scoring chart, was on the wing for St Helens in their 18-10 victory at Huddersfield Giants, making 141 metres from 19 carries.

Wales captain Elliot Kear and Rhys Williams both started for Salford Red Devils in their 34-8 win over Leigh Centurions, who named Ben Flower in their side. Kear is in the top 15 for offloads, tackle busts and dummy half runs this season, making 113 metres against the Centurions. Williams made 97 metres from 13 carries, while Flower completed 31 tackles.

In the Championship, Lloyd White featured for Toulouse Olympique in their 44-34 success at Halifax Panthers.

Matt James was in Sheffield Eagles’ side for their 24-16 loss at Newcastle Thunder.

Former Wales skipper Craig Kopczak, who has now retired from international rugby league, was an interchange for Featherstone Rovers in their 48-14 victory over Whitehaven.

Mike Butt and Rhodri Lloyd both had run-outs for Swinton Lions in their 64-16 defeat to York City Knights, with the former getting on the scoresheet. Luis Roberts, who is part of John Kear’s elite train-on squad, was also on the wing.

Matty Fozard featured for London Broncos in their 38-24 win over Oldham.

John Kear named Rhys and Ben Evans and Dan Fleming in his Bradford Bulls side for their 35-14 success over Dewsbury Rams.

Dai Evans, Ashley Bateman and Joe Burke were all in West Wales Raiders’ side for their 38-32 loss at London Skolars.

Ben Morris and Rob Massam both starred for North Wales Crusaders in their 22-12 defeat at Rochdale Hornets, who named Gavin Bennion at prop.

Sion Jones featured for Hunslet as they were beaten 12-10 at home by Barrow Raiders.

Elsewhere in the world, Josh Ralph was in the halves for North Sydney Bears in their 26-12 victory over St George Illawarra Dragons in the New South Wales Cup.

Will Evans scored for Burleigh Bears in their 54-34 win over the Mustangs in the Hastings Deering Colts competition in Queensland.

James Olds kicked a goal for Albury Thunder in their 24-10 deficit to Temora Dragons in the XXXX Gold Cup.

Tyson Frizell, who has since switched to play for his home country Australia, starred for Newcastle Knights in their 24-6 loss at Penrith Panthers.

Caleb Aekins, a member of Wales’ elite train-on squad, was involved in Canberra Raiders’ narrow 26-24 defeat at North Queensland Cowboys.