We go second in the table

Date published: Monday, April 13, 2015

WE jumped four places to second in League One following our 38-10 win against Coventry Bears at Whitebank

Scott rested SIX regulars, including captain Lewis Palfrey and vice-captain Sam Gee, for this third game in ten days.
Also left out were George Tyson, Gareth Owen, Phil Joy and Liam Thompson.
Danny Langtree captained the side, which had three newcomers in Tom Ashton at right centre and in Richard Joy — Phil’s younger brother — and 18-year-old Tom Dempsey on the bench,
Of the 17, nine were aged 22 or younger, including on-loan prop Nathan Mason and dual-reg loose-forward Josh Johnson, both of Huddersfield Giants.
Oldham, Keighley Cougars and Newcastle Thunder are the only teams to have won their first two league games, but Keighley go top because they have the best points for-and-against record.
North Wales Crusaders, who pipped Oldham 18-16 in last Wednesday’s cup semi-final, were beaten 24-18 at home by Newcastle.
Swinton, the other cup finalists, were hammered 50-12 at Barrow.
Said Scott: “Results like that tend to put our own performance against Coventry into perspective.
“Richard Joy did well, Tom Ashton ran strongly and Tom Dempsey positioned himself very well indeed when he got on at full-back.
“I took advantage of the full squad so I could rest a few players.
“Some needed a rest, a couple had minor knocks and the others were left out  because I wanted to look at different combinations.”