18th April 2019, 13:06 | ourleague

3 to Watch | Our League

3 to Watch | Our League

Featherstone Rovers vs York City Knights | OurLeague App | Friday 19thApril | 6pm

There will be Betfred Championship action available to stream direct via the Our League app on Good Friday as Featherstone welcome York to the LD Nutrition Stadium. 

York – who were promoted from League One last year - have started the season in terrific form winning six of their opening eight Championship fixtures, with only Toronto and Toulouse currently above them. The Knights’ six wins means they have already equalled a Club record for Championship victories in a season.  

Meanwhile, it has been a mixed start for Featherstone who have won four and lost five so far in the 2019 Championship. The Rovers have lost each of their last two Championship fixtures as well as exiting the Challenge Cup last week but will be hopeful they can get back to winning ways on Friday evening. 

Can York set a new Club record, or will Featherstone get the points?

Lancashire Academy vs Yorkshire Academy | OurLeague App | Saturday 20thApril | 2pm

On Saturday, the Our League app will host the first in a three-game Academy ‘Origin’ series between the Lancashire and Yorkshire Academy sides. Yorkshire will have home advantage with the first fixture being held at Castleford’s Mend-A-Hose Jungle.  

The Lancashire squad includes Jack Welsby who recently scored his first-ever Super League try for St Helens and Umyla Hanley – the son of Rugby League legend Ellery Hanley. 

While the Yorkshire squad boasts Morgan Smithies who has been involved with Wigan Warriors on a number of occasions this season alongside Connor Wynne who recently debuted for Hull FC. 

Who will take the lead in the Academy ‘Origin’ series? 

St Helens Women vs Bradford Bulls Women | OurLeague App | Monday 22ndApril | 12:30pm

The third serving of our Our League action comes on Easter Monday with St Helens and Bradford Bulls going head-to-head in the Women’s Super League at the Totally Wicked Stadium. 

St Helens kicked the 2019 Women’s Super League off with a memorable 4-6 victory over 2018 champions Wigan Warriors while Bradford also maintain a 100% record after their opening weekend win against Featherstone Rovers, 38-16. 

Faye Gaskin was the hero for St Helens in Round One as she slotted a late penalty goal to defeat Wigan while the Bulls’ danger women will be Stacey Greenwood and Amy Hardcastle who both crossed for hat-tricks in Round One.  

Will it be St Helens or Bradford who draw level at the top of the Women’s Super League?

All three of these games are available to watch LIVE on the #OurLeague App.

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