15th April 2017, 20:42 | league1
Former Wakefield man Craig Hall grabbed a hat-trick as Toronto Wolfpack remained on top of Kingstone Press League 1 after they trounced North Wales Crusaders 80-0 on Good Friday.
Gary Wheeler and Quentin Laulu-Togagae both scored twice, with Blake Wallace, Sean Penkywicz, Adam Sidlow, Rhys Jacks, Fuifui Moimoi and Greg Worthington also scoring for Toronto.
Six-time Super League winner and former England international Ryan Bailey made his debut for the Wolfpack in the win at Wrexham.
Barrow Raiders remain within touching distance of Toronto at the top, after they defeated Newcastle Thunder 50-6 at Kingston Park.
Oliver Wilkes, Declan, Hulme, Shane Toal, Luke Cresswell, Andy Litherland, James Duerden, Joe Bullock and Ryan Fieldhouse all scored for the Raiders.
Whitehaven earned the Cumbrian bragging rights as they earned a 24-20 win over Workington Town.
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Keighley Cougars closed the gap to Hunslet in third in League 1, after they won the West Yorkshire derby 20-12.
Brad Nicholson Scored twice and Adam Ryder also got a try as the Cougars moved up to fourth.
London Skolars move into the clutch of six teams all on six points in League 1 after they thrashed strugglers Hemel Stags 60-12 at the New River Stadium.
Tries from Ed Smith (2) and Nick Rawsthorne saw York City Knights defeat Doncaster 16-8 at Bootham Crescent.
Mo Agoro scored a hat-trick as University of Gloucestershire All Golds defeated South Wales Ironmen 36-30, Harrison Elliott, Phil Cowburn and Brad Kislingbury scored the other tries for All Golds.
Jack Morrison, Harry Chapman, Jamahl Hunte, Richard Hughes, Zach Johnson, Matt Reid and Billy Gaylor all scored for Coventry Bears as they beat Oxford 40-28.