Rugby·Recap

Toronto Wolfpack shut out Barrow Raiders in lopsided win

Three different Wolfpack players each scored two tries as Toronto shut out the visiting Barrow Raiders 64-0 on Saturday in the Betfred Championship.

Wallace, Kay, Rawsthorne each score 2 tries in rout

Blake Wallace showed up in a big way against Barrow

4 years ago
Duration 0:48
Wolfpack scrum-half Blake Wallace had a monster game against the Barrow Raiders, scoring two tries while being named man of the match.

Three different Wolfpack players each scored two tries as Toronto shut out the visiting Barrow Raiders 64-0 on Saturday in the Betfred Championship.

Blake Wallace, Liam Kay and Nick Rawsthorne all touched down twice, with Gareth O'Brien, Cory Paterson, Bob Beswick, Matty Russell, Adam Sidlow and Andy Ackers scoring one try apiece at Lamport Stadium. O'Brien was also 8-for-12 on conversion kicks in place of usual kicker Ryan Brierley.

Toronto Wolfpack humiliate Barrow Raiders

4 years ago
Duration 1:07
Blake Wallace, Liam Kay and Nick Rawsthorne all touched down twice, as the Toronto Wolfpack blanked the Barrow Raiders 64-0.

Toronto improved to 16-1-1 in the second-tier rugby league competition while extending its league winning streak to 14 games. The Wolfpack sit comfortably in first place with 33 points, seven points ahead of Toulouse and Featherstone — who are currently tied for second after Sunday's games.

Barrow, which only had one substitute available due to numerous injuries, dropped to 5-10-3 on the campaign and sit eighth in the league table.

The Wolfpack's next game is against the Leigh Centurions on June 30 in Toronto. CBC Sports will live stream every Wolfpack league game this season.

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