It was another good day for the Wakefield youngsters on dual-registration at Doncaster as Kyle Trout made his debut in an impressive victory.
The Dons comfortably beat Workington 26-4 at the Keepmoat Stadium with all four Wildcats playing a prominent role in the win.
Danny Cowling started in the centres again with Liam Kay on the wing and Bobbie Goulding at loose-forward. Forward Kyle Trout started on the bench for hosts in a strong looking Doncaster squad.
After a try mid-way through the first half Danny Cowling was on hand to score the home sides second try of the match after great interchange play with his winger. Cowling showed great pace and skill before diving in to extend Doncaster’s lead to 10-0 just before half time.
Shortly into the second period and the Dons scored again thanks to great link up play by two more Wildcats men. Youngster Bobbie Goulding broke through before chipping to the corner for Liam Kay to pick up and barge his way over to score.
Goulding also kicked three goals in the victory as the Wildcats men continue to impress in South Yorkshire. The home side controlled the second half and eventually won 26-4 to the delight of the home fans.
Doncaster made it two wins from three with this victory and are looking a stronger side with the Wildcats lads in the team.
Meanwhile it was also a great day for Wakefield’s loan player in the Kingstone Press Championship as Lucas Walshaw scored a try in Dewsbury’s hard fought 14-4 win away at Hunslet.
The second-rower scored the visitors third try of the match as he latched onto a kick by stand-off Aaron Brown to score his first try for the Rams.
Walshaw’s performance will have pleased Dewsbury coach Glenn Morrison as he continues to develop and improve during his time at the Tetley’s Stadium.
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