Following action in the Betfred Super League and World Club Challenge and Coral Challenge Cup, here are your six contenders for the Our League Try of the Week.
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TOM JOHNSTONE (WAKEFIELD TRINITY)
Wakefield Trinity’s Tom Johnstone has become known for his sensational finishing ability and it was on display this past week against Castleford Tigers.
Trinity moved the ball out to the winger who managed to get around the Tigers defense and finish – by the smallest of margins – acrobatically in the corner despite the best efforts of the Castleford defense.
BEVAN FRENCH (WIGAN WARRIORS)
Bevan French has been in mercurial form for Wigan Warriors in the early stages of the 2020 Betfred Super League season and he found himself on the scoresheet once again on Sunday.
Liam Farrell sliced through Hull FC’s line on the back of a smart ball from Jackson Hastings and French was in support on the inside to finish a flowing Warriors move.
LUKE KEARY (SYDNEY ROOSTERS)
Sydney Roosters became the first club to lift the Betfred World Club Challenge in consecutive seasons with their 12-20 victory over St Helens on Saturday evening and half-back Luke Keary was instrumental.
Keary scored the try which sealed the victory for the Australians. Prop-forward Siosiua Taukeiaho ghosted through the St Helens defense and Keary was on hand to take the ball the final 40 meters and score.
GARETH O’BRIEN (TORONTO WOLFPACK)
Gareth O’Brien was named as the 2019 Betfred Championship Player of the Season and he is already showing what he can do on the Super League stage on his return with Toronto Wolfpack.
Brad Singleton kept the ball alive before Josh McCrone found an opening in the Warrington line to break from inside his own half. Full-back O’Brien was on his shoulder to finish well.
JOE EDGE (WIDNES VIKINGS)
Widnes Vikings progressed to Round Five of the Coral Challenge Cup in style with a comfortable 52-12 victory over Oldham on Sunday afternoon.
Kenny Baker’s clever line opened up the Oldham defense and Baker went from inside his own half to Oldham’s 20m line before Danny Craven and Edge linked up with the latter notching the try.
ANTHONY BOARDMAN (HUNSLET)
League 1 side Hunslet also moved on into the Fifth Round with a last-gasp victory over North Wales Crusaders on Sunday afternoon.
Anthony Boardman was the man who scored the pivotal try after the hosts kept the ball alive and shipped it through seven pairs of hands before Boardman went for the corner.