Wolfpack wrap up inaugural season with home win

The Toronto Wolfpack wrapped up their inaugural Kingstone Press League 1 season with a 26-14 home win over Doncaster RLFC on Saturday.

Toronto already secured Kingstone Press League 1 title last week

Toronto Wolfpack's players are congratulated by fans after a game on May 6. The team ended their inaugural season with a win at home on Saturday. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press)

The Toronto Wolfpack wrapped up their inaugural Kingstone Press League 1 season with a 26-14 home win over Doncaster RLFC on Saturday.

The game was only for pride as the Wolfpack (20-1-1), rugby's first transatlantic team, already secured the Kingstone Press League 1 title last week and promotion to the second-tier Championship for next season.

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The Wolfpack closed out their inaugural season with a 26-14 win at home over Doncaster RLFC.

Jonny Pownall led the Toronto offence against the Dons (10-9-3) with three tries while Blake Wallace and Liam Kay also went over. Craig Hall had three converts.

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The Wolfpack will play in the Rugby League's second tier after winning promotion.

The Wolfpack finished the season 11-0-0 at Lamport Stadium, having outscored its opposition 570-116.

Toronto earned its promotion with last weekend's 26-2 win over Barrow.


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