One player to look out for from every club at Summer Bash

Batley Bulldogs – Dave Scott

The Scotland player of the year in 2015 has been in terrific form in 2016 since joining the Bulldogs from Doncaster.
A livewire at the back and a stronger defender than his size suggests Scott can be a real handful for the sternest defence.

Bradford Bulls – Oscar Thomas

The Londoner illuminated Blackpool last year with a dazzling display against the Sheffield Eagles for the London Broncos.
That performance helped earn him a move to Bradford, where he has been utilised in numerous positions. He’ll be hoping to make an impression again.

Dewsbury Rams – Jack Teanby

The uncompromising forward has been a big hit at Tetley’s Stadium since signing professional terms with the club.
Still a teenager, his performances will undoubtedly catch the attention of Super League clubs if he carries on like this.

Anthony Thackeray – Featherstone Rovers

A renowned Championship star, Thackeray is well regarded as the competition’s senior livewire.
A line running halfback with creativity in abundance, he could well be one of the stars of the final game this weekend.

Halifax RLFC – Adam Tangata

The Cook Island international is a reported target of Salford.
A crowd favourite at The Shay for his powerful carries and ambitious offloads, he is a real handful with the ball in hand.

Leigh Centurions – Ben Reynolds

Reynolds started the season on loan at Dewsbury, but was drafted back ahead of Ryan Brierley’s departure. Reynolds has struck up a fantastic partnership with Martyn Ridyard, with the pair filling the void left by Brierley and Rangi Chase.

London Broncos – Alex Foster

The centre is a real handful and has strength that surpasses his size.

Sheffield will have to keep an eye on him throughout.

Oldham – Gary Middlehurst

Middlehurst was man of the match for North Wales Crusaders when the won the iPro Sport Cup at Bloomfield Road in 2015.
A complete workhorse in both attack and defence, he is best described as a ‘coach’s dream’.

Swinton Lions – Macauley Hallett

Hallett started the year on trial at Huddersfield, but eventually joined the Lions despite impressing Paul Anderson.
Since the he has scored a string of tries and impressed in John Duffy’s youthful side.

Sheffield Eagles – Quentin Laulu-Togagae

QLT has been the Championship’s most prolific try scorer since joining the Eagles years ago.
The PNG star has scored countless length-of-the-field tries and is a major threat in an exciting Sheffield backline.

Whitehaven – Dion Aiye

Aiye is a matchwinner. His individual genius helped Haven overcome Workington last year and he has carved open several defences since.
Whitehaven certainly need him firing.

Workington Town – Jarrod Sammut

A man that needs no introduction.
Since making a name for himself on his British debut at Millenium Magic, Sammut has dazzled the British game with some stunning displays.
The maverick halfback is definitely one to watch for the struggling Cumbrians.