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LIONESSES TRIUMPH IN DOUBLE-HEADER!

Swinton Lionesses 30 Illingworth 10

Alan Dixon at Heywood Road

After a few weeks off, the Lionesses got back to winning ways with a hard earned victory over Illingworth Ladies at Heywood Road. The match was the first instalment of a rugby league double-header, with the Lions and Barrow Raiders to follow.

The Lionesses got off to the worst possible start when they allowed the kick off to go into touch. From the turnover, Illingworth moved the ball across the field to attack the Lionesses line. Good defence stopped the move with Illingworth’s Maia Taktikos being tackled into touch 10 metres short of the line. A good run by Lottie Meacham got the Lionesses on the front foot. After a penalty, Lucy Baggaley barged over by the posts to score. Jodie Morris converted to give the Lionesses a 6-0 lead after 10 minutes. Eight minutes later they were in again. Mollie-Anne Pickering put up a high ball which hit the post and bounced back into the field of play. Emily Haley collected the bouncing ball and rounded the defence to score out wide. Jodie Morris was unable to convert.

The Lionesses scored again in the 24th Minute. Illingworth knocked on and from the resulting scrum, Ellie Thirkell was tackled on the line. The ball was moved across field and this time Lucy Baggaley was tackled just short of the line. Emma Dwyer dived over to score from acting half. Again Jodie Morris was unable to convert. Illingworth got on the scoreboard in the 33rd minute. The Lionesses failed to find touch with a penalty. Illingworth then moved the ball across field which allowed Jess Oldroyd to go on a 30 metre weaving run to the line. She was unable to convert her own try. Illingworth thought they were in again 5 minutes later. After a penalty for a high tackle, the ball was moved down field. A good run by Maia Taktikos was ended with a tackle by Catherine Sweeney which kept the Lionesses 14-4 lead intact to half time.

Illingworth scored again in the 43rd Minute. After the Lionesses lost possession, the ball was moved across to Holly Waddington who went on a 20 metre run to score. Jess Oldroyd converted to narrow the Lionesses lead to 14-10. Four minutes later it was the Lionesses turn to score. After an Illingworth knock on, the Lionesses moved the ball across the field which allowed Eve Ashcroft to cut through the defence to score. Jodie Morris added the conversion to extend the Lionesses lead to 20-10. Five minutes later they were in again. Illingworth were penalised for offside after a Lionesses kick. This allowed the Lionesses to attack down the middle and Emma Dwyer crossed for her second try near the posts. Jodie Morris added the extras for a 26-10 lead.

The Lionesses final try came in the 65th minute. They won a scrum and moved the ball across field. A superb pass by Helena Ryan put Amelia Newton through a gap to score. The conversion was missed and the Lionesses now lead 30-10. The Lionesses went back on the attack for the remainder of the game and with 5 minutes left Emma Dwyer was tackled just short of the line.

Swinton Lionesses:
Eve Ashcroft, Lexi Smith, Tyler Moses, Libby Clarke, Catherine Sweeney, Mollie-Anne Pickering, Ellie Thirkell, Helena Ryan, Lottie Meacham, Lucy Baggaley, Jodie Morris, Emily Haley, Amelia Newton. Subs: Aimee Toher, Caterina Or Kam Fat, Lydia Elstone, Kyla Toher, Sophie Baird, Ellie Costello, Emma Dwyer.

Tries: Baggaley (10), Haley (18), Dwyer (24, 53), Ashcroft (48), Newton (65)
Goals: Morris 3

Illingworth:
Macy McDermott, Maia Taktikos, Hollie Kirby, Holly Waddington, Alice Stubley, Ruby Tyson, Jess Oldroyd, Charlotte Singleton, Hebe Forbes, Lizzy Stubley, Zoe Patchett, Lilly Holmes, Cheyney Mcarthey. Subs: Olivia Goswell, Julia Lowery, Codie Waller, Niamh Cresswell, Phoebe Cain.

Tries: Oldroyd (33), Waddington (44)
Goal: Oldroyd

Penalties: 4-8
Half-Time: 14-4

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DEC PATTON RELEASED

CLUB STATEMENT

Swinton Lions can confirm the departure of Declan Patton with immediate effect. We had been approached by another club, and following discussions with that club and Declan himself, we concluded that it was in the best interests of all concerned if we agreed to his immediate departure. We part company on good terms and wish Declan the best of luck and success in his future career. We appreciate that Swinton supporters will be very disappointed at this news, as indeed are we, but the Board, Alan Kilshaw and his staff and all the players ask everyone to unite behind the Lions more than ever for our important match versus Barrow on Sunday, and for the remainder of the season.

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LIONS FALL SHORT AGAINST BULLDOGS

SWINTON LIONS 16 BATLEY BULLDOGS 20

IAN RIGG at Heywood Road, Sunday 16 June 2024

The Bulldogs’ strong second half performance gained them the points and kept the Lions scoreless with a solid defence despite they home side throwing everything at them. It started badly for the Bulldogs when Luke Hooley knocked on in his own twenty and from the scrum pressure Jayden Hatton scored on the left when two defenders dopped off the tackle to allow the centre to score and Dec Patton added the conversion. Bulldogs tried to hit back a couple of minutes later when Hooley tried to send Joe Burton over in the corner, but the ball sailed over his head and into touch. Hatton put the Lions further ahead on ten minutes when Patton sent a kick for the corner, and it was fumbled by a defender and the centre acted quickest to score but this time no conversion from the touchline. Bulldogs added their first try on fourteen minutes when following some pressure from a penalty Josh Woods sent a floated pass to Burton and he finished in the corner, but Woods was unable to convert from the touchline. The Lions next try came from a huge error by the visitors when they won a scrum in their own twenty, but the ball was lost from the first pass and Rhys Williams capitalised by scoring in the corner and Patton added the conversion from the touchline. A quick response from the Bulldogs when Woods kicked a forty-twenty and from this Alistair Leak found a gap to score to the left of the posts with Woods converting. Further chances for both sides before the break with George Senior and Will Roberts going close.

Josh Eaves was held up for the Lions on forty-two minutes before Lucas Walshaw tried to clear his line but lost control of the ball. Burton added his second try on fifty-six minutes when the Lions were penalised near their own line and from this it was again Woods who found the winger out left to score but again was unable to convert. The Lions were trying to get back on top and on the hour, Roberts made a nice break down the right but as the ball moved left it found Andy Badrock and he was just ankle tapped about ten metres out on the last tackle. The Lions were awarded a penalty in front of the posts on sixty-three minutes but decided to play the ball and this was lost in the second tackle. Bulldogs then forced a goal line drop out and it looked like it was all over for the Lions when Hooley broke clear to feed Senior who crashed over but was brought back for a forward pass. Dane Manning put his side in the lead for the first time with eight minutes left when he ran a nice line to score by the posts and Woods converted. An error from the kick off gave the ball back to the Lions and Jake Spedding almost made them pay when with two minutes left, he broke down the right with Tee Ritson in support but as he offloaded Burton got a hand to it and knocked it down to stop the momentum. The Lions did finish the game trying to penetrate the line, but the Bulldogs defence stood strong.

LIONS
1 Dan Abram
32 Tee Ritson
3 Jake Spedding
4 Jayden Hatton
5 Rhys Williams
6 Dec Patton
30 Will Roberts
13 Mikey Wood
14 Josh Eaves
33 Leon Cowen
21 Andy Badrock
12 Mitch Cox
16 Lewis Hall

Subs (all used)
31 Ciaran Nolan
11 Gav Rodden
20 Jack Houghton
24 Jordan Case

Tries: Hatton (4,10), Williams (31)
Goals: Patton 2/3

BATLEY BULLDOGS
27 Luke Hooley
3 Kieran Buchanan
24 Jonathan Mitsias
4 George Senior
18 Joe Burton
6 Ben White
7 Josh Woods
8 Adam Gledhill
25 Brandon Moore
10 Luke Cooper
11 Dane Manning
12 Lucas Walshaw
13 James Brown

Subs (all used)
9 Alistair Leak
15 Nyle Flynn
16 Michael Ward
NN Muizz Mustapha

Tries: Burton (14,56), Leak (30), Manning (72)
Goals: Woods 2/4

Penalty count: 7-6
Half-time: 16-4
Referee: Michael Smaill
Attendance: 917

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LIONS MAKE HISTORY AT FEATHERSTONE!

FEATHERSTONE ROVERS 40 SWINTON LIONS 42

IAN RIGG at Millenium Stadium, Post Office Road, Featherstone

The Lions bounced back from the York defeat to stun Rovers on their own patch in a truly end to end game. Rovers had suffered defeat at Barrow last weekend and had brought in Ben Nakubuwai on loan from Leigh for the rest of the season. New signing Greg Eden was forced to play scrum-half on his debut and on the bench Zach Fishwick and Jack Brown had arrived from Hull KR on dual reg. The Lions had made changes too with hooker Denive Balmforth arriving from Hull FC on a month-long loan, and Leon Cowen came in on dual registration form Saints as well and Tee Ritson and Jonny Vaughan.

The Lions played down the slope in the first-half, but it was Rovers that took the early lead when Connor Jones went through a large gap to score and Danny Addy added the simple conversion on six minutes and seven minutes later they scored again when Eden put in a short kick for Brad England to go over on the right and again Addy converted again. The Lions hit back on twenty minutes when Dec Patton put in a measured kick to the left and Jayden Hatton won the race to ground the ball and score the try before the ball ran dead and Patton added the conversion. Patton then kicked a forty-twenty on twenty-three minutes and from the pressure on the Rovers line Balmforth got over for his first Lions try by the posts and Patton converted to level the scores. Rovers regained the lead five minutes later when Brown was held up but from the play the ball Addy moved the ball left to send Brad Day over on the left and Addy again converted. Rovers were on the attack eight minutes from the break but Jake Spedding intercepted a pass to race fifty metres down the slope only to be taken down about fifteen metres out and from the play-the-ball Ritson took the carry to about five metres from the line before he was tackled by Connor Wynne, but from the play-the-ball Spedding forced his way over in the corner and Patton was just wide with the conversion. Patton kicked another forty-twenty just after the restart and Hatton went close from the pressure, but good tackling held him out. The Lions forced a goal line drop out in the last minute of the half and from this and pressure on the Rovers line Patton found Jordy Gibson with a short pass to crash over by the posts and Patton converted to send the Lions in with a 22-18 lead at the break.

Rovers started the second-half going down the slope and playing some fast attacking rugby and Wellington Albert had an early chance but lost the ball near the line. The scores were level six minutes into the half when a nice, floated pass found Wynne on the left and he scored in the corner with Addy not able to convert from the touchline, but they did go back into the lead four minutes later when Addy this time found Greg Minikin and he scored in the left corner with Addy converting this one. They then forced a goal line drop out on fifty-three minutes and this time Addy finished off a good spell of pressure with a try by the posts to which he converted to stretch the lead to twelve points. A good bit of play up the right on the hour by Vaughan, Spedding and Ritson forced a Rovers player to jump the line and knock on in his own thirty. From the scrum the Lions put pressure on the line and Gav Rodden forced his was over for his first try of the season and Patton converted. Four minutes later they were in again when Spedding and Ritson again combined this time to send Mitch Cox over for the try and Patton converted to lock the scores at 34 all, but it got even better on sixty-seven minutes when a lovely inside pass found Andy Badrock to cut inside and score under the posts with Patton again converting. Rovers forced a goal line drop out when Spedding was trapped in-goal with six minutes left and from the pressure on the line Jones darted over for his second try and Addy converted to lock the scores once again. The Lions were awarded a penalty for obstruction thirty metres out and slightly right of centre with three minutes left and Patton cooly added the two points to put the Lions back into the lead. It was a frantic last couple of minutes which saw an incident involving Lewis Hall and Connor Jones to go on report after an altercation, and then as the hooter sounded Rovers had the ball but after a frantic few seconds the finally lost the ball and Hatton dived on it to end the game and send the large following of Lions fans home happy.

This was the first time that Swinton had won an away league at Featherstone since May 1963.

LIONS
Abram, Ritson, Spedding, Hatton, Williams, Patton, Gibson, Cowen, Balmforth, Spencer-Tonks, Badrock, Cox, Hall. Subs: Eaves, Hammond (NU), Rodden, Vaughan.

Tries: Hatton (20), Balmforth (24), Spedding (32), Gibson (39), Rodden (61), Cox (65), Badrock (67),
Goals: Patton 7/8

Referee: Scott Mikalauskas
Penalties: Featherstone 6 Swinton 3

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Hull FC starlet join Lions on Loan

Hull FC’s Denive Balmforth to join Lions on loan!

We are pleased to announce the loan signing of Denive Balmforth from Hull FC with immediate effect.

20 years old Denive hails from Leeds and stands 5 feet 11. He plays primarily at hooker or loose-forward and will be joining the Lions for a month.

A highly promising player with a big future in the game, he made his Super League debut for Hull FC back in 2022, whilst in 2023 he played a number of games on loan at the then Championship club, Newcastle Thunder.

We’d like to thank everyone concerned at Hull FC for helping make the loan possible, and we trust all of our fans will give Denive a warm Swinton welcome!

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DOMINANT BULLS TAKE SPOILS

SWINTON LIONS 12 BRADFORD BULLS 38

IAN RIGG at Heywood Road, Sunday 5 May 2024

The Bulls warmed up for next week’s big game against Wakefield with a seven try performance against the Lions. It started badly for the visitors when they knocked on in the first set but after that they constantly put pressure on the Lions defence. There were early chances for the Lions, but the Bulls defence was on top, and it was the visitors who took the lead when Jordan Lilley sent out a lovely short pass to Zac Fulton and he scored under the posts with Lilley adding the conversion. Six minutes later they were in again when Jorge Taufua made a break and Kieran Gill was on had to finish off the move to score and again Lilley made no mistake with the conversion, and this was quickly followed when Mitch Souter found a way to score by the posts after breaking two tackles and again the conversion was good. The Lions were not giving up and hit back on twenty-six minutes when Dec Patton floated a pass to the left and Rhys Williams was on hand to score in the corner with Patton converting. More Bulls pressure on the line just after the half hour but again good defence from the Lions holding them out on three occasions, but with three minutes to go to the break Souter found a nice pass for Kevin Appo to blast past a couple of defenders to score under the posts and Lilley again converted.

It took Bulls fours minutes to get on the board again in the second half when this time Souter created a gap for Dan Okoro to score by the posts and Lilley converted. Jayden Hatton made a good break for the Lions on fifty-two minutes, and it took a great tackle from Lilley to stop his progress, and two minutes he thought he had scored but there was an obstruction in the build up and it was cancelled out. Gav Rodden and Tom Holmes were sent to the sinbin on fifty-four minutes for fighting and the Bulls got the penalty and from the pressure Taufua created a second try for Gill who scored in the corner, but Lilley was unable to convert from the touchline. Fenton Rogers was held up on sixty-three minutes and they forced a goal line drop out from the next tackle, but nothing came of it. Another chance this time for Aidan McGowan but he lost control of the ball with the line open. Williams added his second with eleven minutes to go after a floated kick by Jordy Gibson and Patton converted off the touchline. The Lions were starting to put some pressure on the Bulls in the last ten minutes and got a penalty around halfway but as Patton went to kick to touch he seemed to say something to the official and he was sent to the sinbin and the penalty reversed and from this the Bulls put the penalty long downfield and more pressure on the Lions line with a man down Jayden Myers took advantage of a long pass to race in at the corner but Lilley could not convert. With seconds to go before the hooter Williams made a breakout of his own twenty but a good tackle by McGowan stopped him as the hooter sounded.

LIONS
1 Dan Abram
25 Richard Lepori
29 Jonny Vaughan
4 Jayden Hatton
5 Rhys Williams
6 Dec Patton
7 Jordy Gibson
13 Mikey Wood
14 Josh Eaves
34 Lucas Green
33 Matty Foster
21 Andy Badrock
16 Lewis Hall

Subs (all used)
20 Jack Houghton
24 Jordan Case
8 Liam Cooper
11 Gav Rodden

Tries: Williams (26,69)
Goals: Patton 2/2
Sin-bin: Rodden (57) fighting; Patton (71) dissent

BULLS
24 Aiden McGowan
35 Jacob Douglas
21 Jayden Myers
4 Kieran Gill
5 Jorge Tufua
1 Tom Holmes
7 Jordan Lilley
34 Fenton Rogers
18 Mitch Souter
13 Michael Lawrence
28 Harvey Wilson
29 Zac Fulton
17 Eribe Doro

Subs (all used)
16 Kevan Appo
10 Ebon Scurr
23 Dan Okoro
31 Tyran Ott

Tries: Fulton (14), Gill (20,59), Souter (23), Appo (37), Okoro (44), Myers (72)
Goals: Lilley 5/7
Sin-bin: Holmes (57) fighting

Penalties: 7-7
Half-time: 6-24
Referee: Liam Rush
Attendance: 1187

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LIONS VICTORIOUS AT HALIFAX!

HALIFAX PANTHERS 12 SWINTON LIONS 28

IAN RIGG at The Shay, Sunday 28 April 2024

The Lions put in a stunning performance to condemn Fax to another defeat and move them further up the table. The first set was played out in the Lions half, but poor handling let them down. It was then visitors who took the lead in the fourth minute after they had forced a goal line drop out and from the pressure Jonny Vaughan found Mitch Cox on the right and he scored near the corner but the conversion from Dec Patton off the touchline struck the posts and bounced out. Fax Tried to hit back and had good pressure on the line with Ben Kavanagh and Adam Tangata going close but again handling let them down as good defence from the Lions. Greg Eden made a telling break down the left on eighteen minutes, but he too lost the ball. Jayden Hatton put the Lions further ahead on twenty minutes after a nice pass from Dan Abram and Patton converted in front of the Lions fans. Tee Ritson put Rhys Williams away two minutes later, but good defence held him out. More pressure from Fax before the Lions scored a bizarre try when Patton put a kick to the posts and Gibson followed it and it looked like it was going to sail dead but he jumped in the air as he was crossing the dead ball line and with his feet in the air knocked it backwards and Abram collected it as it came down to score under the posts and Patton converted. Eden had another chance just after the half hour but again could not control the ball and with seconds to go in the first half a nice, measured kick by Gibson went into the in goal and two Fax defenders seemed to leave it and Vaughan pounced on the rolling ball to score but Patton could not convert from the touchline.

A better start for Fax in the second half with Zack McComb being held up and from the third tackle the ball found Louis Jouffret who scored on the right and added the conversion to put them back in it. Ed Barber made a nice thirty metre break on fifty-five minutes taking a good tackle from Josh Eaves to stop his progress. Daniel Spencer-Tonks was then held up before the home side went back downfield but the Lions defence held strong and kept them out until Eden finished off a long ball pass in the corner and Jouffret converted. Kevin Larroyer was sent to the sinbin for an elbow on Eaves with eleven minutes left and Patton Added the penalty from thirty metres. The kick from the restart failed to go ten metres and the Lions made them pay when pressure on the line saw Eaves slip a nice pass to Gibson who crossed under the sticks with Patton converting. It was the Lions who had the ball for the last two minutes but couldn’t add any more points but sent their following home happy.

LIONS
1 Dan Abram
32 Tee Ritson
29 Jonny Vaughan
4 Jayden Hatton
5 Rhys Williams
6 Dec Patton
7 Jordy Gibson
34 Lucas Green
14 Josh Eaves
13 Mikey Wood
37 Matty Foster
12 Mitch Cox
16 Lewis Hall

Subs (all used)
35 Ben Hartill
8 Liam Cooper
15 Daniel Spencer-Tonks
21 Andy Badrock

Tries: Cox (8), Hatton (20), Abram (27), Vaughan (39), Gibson (72)
Goals: Patton 4/6

HALIFAX
6 Louis Jouffret
2 Greg Eden
17 Ben Tibbs
1 James Woodburn-Hall
5 James Saltonstall
23 Gareth Widdop
7 Joe Keyes
31 Kevin Larroyer
20 Tom Inman
8 Adam Tangata
11 Ben Kavanagh
12 Matty Gee
3 Zack McComb

Subs (all used)
13 Jacob Fairbank
15 Ryan Lannon
18 Brandon Douglas
26 Ed Barber

Tries: Jouffret (43), Eden (67)
Goals: Jouffret 2/2
Sin-bin: Larroyer (69) use of elbow

Penalties: 4-8
Half-time: 0-20
Referee: Mike Smaill
Attendance: 1,372

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LUCAS GREEN AND MATTY FOSTER JOIN SWINTON

Super League duo sign on loan at the Lions!

We have agreed short term loan deals with Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils respectively for Lucas Green and Matty Foster. Both players are available for selection for this coming weekend’s trip to Halifax.

Lucas is a 19 year old middle who has been making tremendous progress in the sport. He captained the Warrington academy team in 2023, but also already has five Super League appearances to his credit. Lucas is tipped for a great future in Rugby League and comes to the Lions eager to impress.

Matty Foster meanwhile is of course already well-known to Swinton supporters. The second-rower played eight times for the Lions towards the back end of last season, and made a crucial contribution to us eventually securing 10th place in the Betfred Championship. Those appearances came courtesy of our DR partnership with St Helens, from where he subsequently signed for Salford during the close-season.

We’d like to thank everyone concerned at both Warrington and Salford for their help in facilitating these arrangements.

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RAM-PANT LIONS HIT HALF-CENTURY!

SWINTON LIONS 50 DEWSBURY RAMS 22

IAN RIGG at Heywood Road, Sunday 21 April 2024

A nine try performance from the Lions gave them their second win in what was a must win game. They got off to a great start when Dec Patton slid a nice kick towards the right corner and Mitch Cox won the race to score but Patton was unable to convert from the touchline. Rams hit back virtually straight away when good pressure on the line saw Curtis Davies dive in by the posts and Callum Turner converted. They should really have scored again but some great defence by Tee Ritson and Dan Abram grounded the player just short. They did score their second on seventeen minutes when a nice pass by Matt Garside found Owen Restall and he scored by the posts with Turner converting again. Jayden Hatton scored the Lions second on twenty-six minutes when Patton sent up a hanging kick and the centre took it as it came down to score but again no conversion from Patton. The Lions halfback was now starting to control the ball even more and the Lions then scored two tries in three minutes with Josh Eaves who was making his one hundredth career appearance scoring the first from short range and then a Saints combination on the right when Jonny Vaughan sent out a nice pass for to Ritson who powered over in the corner and Patton converted both of them to give the Lions an eight point gap and they could have scored again on the half time hooter when Hatton put Eaves through a gap but it was forward.

A disastrous start for the Lions in the second half when a nice kick from Turner bounced badly for Rhys Williams and ran away from him and this saw Brad Graham touch down by the posts and Turner converted to put his team right back in it. Daniel Spencer-Tonks then extended the Lions lead with a well taken try by the posts from an Eaves pass and Patton converted. Rams were not lying down and Turner and Restall combined to send Travis Corion in at the corner and Turner could not convert this one. The home side were coming stronger as the game went on and scored their next try just after the hour when Rams knocked on in their own twenty and from the scrum Williams went in at the corner and the conversion was good. Abram scored the next on sixty-six minutes after some great build up play down the right and again Patton converted. Rams then had more pressure on the line, and it took an interception by Cox to clear the line. Ronan Dixon was sent to the sinbin with three minutes left for a high shot on Hatton. The Lions made them pay heavily for the sinbin running in two more tries with firstly Spencer-Tonks again crashing in again by the posts from short range with Patton converting and with seconds left a great cross kick by Patton found Ritson and he collected the ball to race in at the corner with Patton adding the conversion after the hooter to secure a good victory for his side.

LIONS
1 Dan Abram
32 Tee Ritson
29 Jonny Vaughan
4 Jayden Hatton
5 Rhys Williams
6 Dec Patton
7 Jordy Gibson
20 Jack Houghton
14 Josh Eaves
13 Mikey Wood
11 Gav Rodden
12 Mitch Cox
16 Lewis Hall

Subs (all used)
35 Ben Hartill
24 Jordan Case
8 Liam Cooper
15 Daniel Spencer-Tonks

Tries: Cox (3), Hatton (26), Eaves (31), Ritson (33,80), Spencer-Tonks (45,78), Williams (61), Abram (66)
Goals: Patton 7/9

RAMS
1 Owen Restall
19 Travis Corion
22 Marcus Walker
3 Ollie Greensmith
5 Lewis Carr
7 Callum Turner
9 Jacob Hookem
8 Jimmy Beckett
20 Cutris Davies
10 Ronan Dixon
12 Matt Garside
11 Brad Graham
13 Louis Collinson

Subs (all used)
29 Jack Bibby
27 Joe Hird
6 Paul Sykes
23 Bailey Dawson

Tries: Davies (6), Restall (17), Graham (42), Corion (54)
Goals: Turner 3/4
Sin-bin: Ronan Dixon (77) High tackle
Swinton man-of-the-match: Daniel Spencer-Tonks

Penalty count: 4-8
Half-time: 20-12
Referee: Nick Bennett
Attendance: 894

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