Dual Reg and Loan watch – Whitehaven RLFC 30-12 Workington Town

In this week’s dual-registration and loan watch we just have one player to focus on however Levy Nzoungou made a big impact up at the Recreation Ground for Whitehaven RLFC.
Whitehaven ran out 30-12 winners over local rivals Workington Town regaining the Southward Memorial Trophy in the process. Nzoungou crossed for Town as well as spending ten minutes in the sin-bin.
Nzoungou, sponsored by Payroll Central UK, clearly impressed with St Helens forward Kyle Amor tweeting the following:

Workington opened the scoring early on before a 26-man melee broke out which saw Nzoungou get sent to the bin while Miller spent ten minutes on the sideline for Town.
A back-and-forth half ensued with Burns crossing for Whitehaven before Dawson scored for Workington. Again, Haven responded through Gillam before Workington’s Miller was then sent off.
Whitehaven then grabbed control of the game with Taylor diving over before Red Devil loanee Nzoungou latched onto a low kick that had deflected off the post to make it two tries in two dual-reg/loan games for the forward.
Haven went on to score two more tries and finish up with a convincing 30-12 win.

Sarsfield to join Halifax on a month's loan

The Red Devils would like to announce that second row Matt Sarsfield will join Championship club Halifax RLFC on a month’s loan.
The 24-year-old joined the club ahead of the 2016 season from Leigh Centurions and has made 5 appearances so far this season.
He’s previously spent time at Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants.
Matt joins fellow Red Devils team mate Jordan Andrade on loan at the championship side.
Andrade ends his loan period with Halifax in the next couple of weeks but played in their reserve side’s 70-10 thrashing of Dewsbury Rams reserves last week, scoring two tries in the process.
Director of Rugby Tim Sheens said, ‘It’s important for both Matt and Jordan that they’re getting game time at a good level so it’s great that they’ve been given this opportunity at Halifax.’

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