24th September 2019, 13:02 | ourleague
This week’s Checkatrade Try of the Week features tries from the Betfred Super League, Betfred Championship and Betfred League 1 play-offs, the Wheelchair Super League Grand Final and the North West Junior competition.
Blain Marwood (Workington Town)
The first contender in this week’s Checkatrade Try of the Week is Workington Town’s Blain Marwood who finished off a flowing Workington move down the left-hand side in their League 1 play-off defeat at Kingston Park.
Joe Mellor (Toronto Wolfpack)
Toronto Wolfpack booked their place in the Betfred Championship Million Pound Game with a comfortable victory over Toulouse Olympique and the pick of their tries came as Joe Mellor scored on his 200thcareer appearance following a great break from Ricky Leutele.
Jack Brown (Halifax RLFC Wheelchair)
The Wheelchair game took centre stage this weekend with a double-header of Grand Finals in Medway with Halifax winning the Super League Grand Final thanks to some brilliant attacking play including this effort from Jack Brown which combined agility, pace and vision.
William Thompson (Salford City Roosters)
Our fourth effort of the week comes from the North West Junior Foundation Cup with William Thompson collected the ball at full-back, throwing a big hand-off and racing 90 metres to score.
George Williams (Wigan Warriors)
Wigan Warriors’ play-off victory over Salford Red Devils was a pure battle of attrition and would always be decided by something special and Oliver Gildart’s break in the second half was just that. He found fellow England teammate George Williams on his shoulder who finished well.
Mark Kheirallah (Toulouse Olympique)
While it was a disappointing defeat for Toulouse Olympique on Sunday evening, they once again displayed some terrific flair going forward and Dean Bell’s lovely no-look flick offload found an onrushing Mark Kheirallah who added yet another try to his ever-growing showreel.
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