Featherstone Rovers

The latest news from the LD Nutrition Stadium.

ROVERS 22-4 VIKINGS Featherstone produced an outstanding defensive effort to score a comprehensive home victory against Widnes. It was Rovers' sixth-straight win and moves them to within two points of second-placed Toulouse in the Championship table. (16 June)

FINE Featherstone Rovers have been fined by the Rugby Football League after an investigation relating to two incidents involving spectators in the game vs Rochdale Hornets last month. The RFL were satisfied that the club have breached the operational rules and issued a fine and a warning over future misconduct. (10 June)

EAGLES 18-38 ROVERS Rovers made it a magnificent five wins in a row as they beat Sheffield Eagles and moved up to third in the Championship table. Dale Ferguson's first try for the club, along with Cameron King's brace and further efforts from Tom Holmes, Josh Hardcastle and James Harrison secured the two points for Rovers. (9 June)

VIKINGS 22-16 ROVERS Featherstone are out of the 1895 Cup after defeat at Widnes. A much-changed Rovers line up performed well but the home side progress to the Quarter Finals of the new competition which culminates at Wembley ahead of the Challenge Cup Final. (6 June)

ROVERS 42-6 BULLS Featherstone enjoyed a big win against West Yorkshire rivals Bradford with Dane Chisholm scoring a hat trick against his old side. Rovers were tested during the first half but found their rhythm after the break scoring eight tries in a win that takes them to up to fourth in the table. (26 May)

ROVERS 42-10 CITY KNIGHTS Rovers enjoyed a big win over York at the Summer Bash in Blackpool. The result was never in doubt as Featherstone chalked up eight tries including two for Conor Carey. The result moves Rovers up to fifth in the Championship table, just two points behind their opponents. (18 May)

HORNETS 10-56 ROVERS Featherstone ran in ten tries in a comprehensive win at Rochdale with Conor Carey and Luke Cooper bagging a brace. Dane Chisholm scored eight goals and added a try for a personal haul of 20 points.

SQUAD NEWS Ryan Carr has made only one change to last week's squad. Jack Bussey, who is serving a one match suspension, is replaced by Jorge Richardson. (3 May)

RAIDERS 12-26 ROVERS Featherstone enjoyed a convincing win at Barrow with Dane Chisholm starring once again with two tries and three goals. Bradley Day, Alex Sutcliffe and Cameron King also crossed for Rovers. (28 April)

BOAS LOAN Rovers half back Watson Boas has joined Doncaster for the rest of the season. The PNG international has featured regularly for Featherstone since his move from PNG Hunters in the off-season but moves to the Keepmoat to help the Dons with their promotion push. (25 April)

ROVERS 14-23 WOLFPACK Featherstone worked hard but were ultimately second best against top of the table Toronto. Rovers were never out of touch during the game but the Canadians proved too strong. (22 April)

SQUAD NEWS Jack Broadbent returns for Rovers ahead of Easter Monday's visit of Toronto Wolfpack. Ryan Carr’s 19-man squad is otherwise unchanged from the one that beat York City Knights on Friday. (20 April)

ROVERS 42-12 KNIGHTS A man-of-the-match performance from new signing Dane Chisholm helped Featherstone to a big win over York City Knights. Chisholm scored 18 points in a dominant Rovers display. (19 April)

CHISHOLM SIGNS Featherstone Rovers have completed the signing of half-back Dane Chisholm from fellow Championship club Bradford Bulls until the end of the current season. (17 April)

BULLS 27-26 ROVERS A golden point drop-goal saw Featherstone Rovers knocked out of the Coral Challenge Cup at Bradford Bulls. Featherstone dominated for much of the match but a late comeback from the hosts saw them snatch victory with Jordan Lilley's drop kick. (14 April)

ENGLAND Featherstone Rovers ladies duo Andrea Dobson and Katie Hepworth have been named in the England Women’s National Performance Squad. Hepworth, who scored a try and two goals in Featherstone’s Women’s Super League opener on Sunday, joins Rovers captain Dobson in representing the club on the international stage after signing for the club midway through the 2018 season. (10 April)

OLYMPIQUE 8-2 ROVERS Rovers were edged out by Toulouse Olympique XIII in a low scoring match in the south of France. Rovers limited their opponents to just a single try for the first time this season but were unable to clinch a touchdown themselves at the Stade Ernest Argelès. (6 April)

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