LIVE BLOG: Sunday action for 7 February

Hull KR 16-16 Castleford Tigers
Wakefield Wildcats 16-24 Widnes Vikings

Batley 24-22 Leigh
Bradford 22-12 Featherstone
Halifax 52-6 Whitehaven
Workington 6-42 Sheffield Eagles
Swinton Lions 24-26 Dewsbury Rams
Oldham Roughyeds 0-22 London Broncos

16:52 – Kicked successfully at the death. Hooter gone crowd watching, steps up and sneaks the draw.

16:50 – Hull KR with a late try! Mantellato crosses to make it 14-16, but no rest for him. Huge kick to come.

16:45 – Batley with a late penalty to take the lead against Leigh, 24-22 with minutes left.

16:43 – Josh Guzdek crosses for his hat-trick as Dewsbury take the lead 26-24 with six minutes on the clock.

16:41 – Incredible! Batley level 22-22 with Leigh. Whitehaven get themselves a try.

16:36 – Make that 52! Halifax hit the half-century and send a huge message to the likes of Leigh and Bradford. Tyrer equals the club record of points in a game.

16:35 – Make that 46-0 as Halifax convert the try.

16:33 – Cumbria teams have had a weekend to forget. Halifax now leading 44-0 against Whitehaven with all the new signings scoring and Sheffield lead 42-12 against Workington thanks to another try.

16:30 – Halifax leading 38-0, Batley back to 16-22 against Leigh, Castleford and Dewsbury retain the lead. Hectic two minutes.

16:29 – London now lead 20-0 at Oldham, for a first day in the Championship this is shaping up nicely…

16:26 – Wind just pushed it wide. Wakefield add their third try with Mikael Sio crossing. Workington have a try also.

16:25 – Josh Mantellato touches down for Hull KR with a touchline conversion and the elements to battle…

16:24 – Matty Fozzard adds another for Sheffield, huge lead now with 36-6 on the scoreboard. That Twitter error from the media team could turn out to be one outstanding prediction..

16:24 – Another two for Swinton as they lead 18-16. You’d think this was Four Nations with the number of kicks…

16:20 – Broncos now lead 16-0 at Oldham, tough beginning for the Roughyeds in the division. Big wake up call perhaps.

16:19 – Swinton have a penalty and opt to take the two. It’s successfully converted to level with Dewsbury 16-16.

16:18 – Brierley crosses the line as Leigh lead 12-20 at Batley, his future may not be sealed but at present the Centurions have a huge talent in their side.

16:16 – Castleford back in front as Jake Webster crosses the whitewash, it’s all happening!

16:15 –  Omari Caro grabs his hat-trick and Dewsbury back in front through Ben Reynolds.

16:11 – Halifax lead 34-0 and Tryer crosses but ironically fails to convert his own try after a perfect kicking game so far.

16:09 – Micky Higham puts Leigh back in front against Batley. Swinton lead 14-12 against Dewsbury. Broncos lead 10-0 at Oldham.

16:08 – Lloyd White gives Widnes another try at Wakefield. The Vikings lead 10-24 with Hanbury on point from the kicking tee.

16:07 – Tyrer makes it 5 from 5 from the kicking tee as Fax now lead 30-0 and the miserable day for Cumbria’s sides continues as Sheffield add another to make it 6-30 against Workington.

16:05 – Debut try for Sam Smeaton as Halifax extend their lead to 28-0.

16:03 – Finn converts for Wakefield to bring the score to 10-18 as Widnes lead. Both sides looking like they’ve improved heavily on disappointing campaigns in 2015. Close affair.

16:02 – Reece Lyne crosses for Wakefield as to edge his side back into the game. Bradford underway against Featherstone.

16:01 – Oldham underway against London with the score just 4-0 to the Broncos, surely more to come.

15:59 – Halifax kicking-off at The Shay with a healthy 24-0 as Leigh are underway and level with Batley 12-12.

15:57 – Wakefield also underway, looking to get themselves back in the game with Widnes leading 18-4.

15:56 – Workington kicking off already against Sheffield, with the home side trailing 24-6 in Cumbria.

Wakefield 4-18 Widnes
Hull KR 6-6 Castleford

Workington 6-24 Sheffield Eagles
Halifax 24-0 Whitehaven
Batley 12-12 Leigh
Bradford 16-12 Featherstone
Oldham 0-4 London
Swinton 8-12 Dewsbury

15:52 – James Donaldson crosses over with seconds left as Hull KR level with Castleford, Mantellato converts.

15:48 – Batley level with Leigh as Chris Ulugia crosses over, have the team to win the division but it seems a cold winters day in Yorkshire is enough to make them freeze in defence, Halifax also extend their lead over Whitehaven to 24-0.

15:45 – Featherstone peg one back at Bradford to bring the game back to 16-12 and if you’re looking at Sheffield Eagles’ Twitter page it’s 24-6 and not a very optimistic 42.

15:42 – Workington and Swinton cut the leads of Sheffield and Dewsbury respectively going into half-time, plenty of points in the division so far.

15:41 – Hope Gary Schofield isn’t watching as Widnes extend their lead to 18-4 through Setaimata Sa who gets his second of the afternoon.

15:40 – Tom Armstrong cross over for Leigh as the Centurions retain their lead against Batley, 12-6 the score.

15:38 – Rhys Hanbury extends Widnes’ lead at Wakefield to 12-4, while Omari Caro registers his second try of the afternoon as Bradford lead 16-6 against Featherstone.

15:37 – Looking a bad day for Cumbria as Halifax lead Whitehaven 16-0 and Workington trail 24-0 to Sheffield.

15:35 – Batley level with Leigh now as James Brown scores the Bulldogs first try of the season, bit early to say but they could build from here.

15:34 –  Still no further points in the Super League as Hull KR trail 6-0 to Castleford and Widnes lead 6-4 at Wakefield.

15:33 – Sheffield add another as Menzie Yere pounces over the line, the Eagles are starting to show their dominance against Workington now with a healthy 24-0 lead.

15:30 – Dewsbury leading 10-4 at Swinton with a brace from Josh Guzdek.

15:27 – Halifax double their lead to 12, Sheffield have a healthy 16 point lead now as Rob Worrincy charges over. It’s points all over in the Championship.

15:26 – Setaimata Sa crosses over as Widnes bounce back from an early setback.

15:24 – Championship failing to disappoint so far, tries all over as Leigh, Dewsbury and Swinton open their accounts for 2016, with the latter playing at Salford’s AJ Bell Stadium.

15:22 – Solomona starts the season where he left off crossing the try-line as Castleford take the lead at Hull KR.

15:18 – Tries coming thick and fast in the Championship as Halifax, Sheffield and London take the lead on the mid-way point in the first half.

15:11 – First try of this afternoon’s fixtures as Stuart Howarth opens Wakefield’s account for 2016.


Super League:
Hull KR vs Castleford Tigers
Wakefield Wildcats vs Widnes Vikings

Kingstone Press Championship:
Batley Bulldogs vs Leigh Centurions
Bradford Bulls vs Featherstone Rovers
Halifax vs Whitehaven
Oldham Roughyeds vs London Broncos
Swinton Lions vs Dewsbury Rams
Workington Town vs Sheffield Eagles