Toulouse Olympique secured a big win in the race for the top four as they scored 36 unanswered points to beat Featherstone.
Luke Briscoe broke Martin Offiah’s 15-game try-scoring record to give Fev the lead before Harry Newman but Rovers further ahead.
But Mark Kheirallah and Anthony Marion scored to give them a 12-10 lead at the break, and they carried on their momentum in the second-half as Tyla Hepi, Will Barthau, Bastien Canet and Bastien Ader scored to wrap up a victory that leapfrogs the French side above Fev into second place.
Meanwhile, Toronto Wolfpack moved three points clear at the top of the table with a comfortable 62-14 win over Swinton.
The Lions’ Chris Hankinson kicked an early penalty but Liam Kay, Chase Stanley, Gareth O’Brien and Olsi Krasniqi scored before the break to establish a 22-8 lead.
A flurry of tries at the start of the second-half so Kay, O’Brien, Nick Rawsthorne and Blake Wallace all scored in a ten-minute period before Adam Sidlow scored soon after.
Mike Butt grabbed a consolation for Swinton before Kay completed his hat-trick as Andrew Dixon and Adam Higson also got over the try-line.