Dewsbury Rams produced a gutsy performance before slipping to a 23-12 defeat to big spending Betfred Championship leaders Toronto Wolfpack. The Rams conceded three tries in a five minute period inside the opening quarter before going on to produce a magnificent defensive effort as time and again they repelled Toronto’s advances and keep themselves in the game.Toronto began brightly and went close twice early on before taking a 12th minute lead.Chase Stanley lost the ball close to the try line when attempting to slip a pass out to his winger, while Andrew Ackers was tackled short by a determined Rams defence.Toronto eventually struck on the back of a penalty when Ryan Brierley fed Reni Maitua and he had two much strength to barge his way to the try line. Brierley sliced his conversion attempt wide.Toronto grabbed a second try when Stanley broke through and slipped a pass to send winger Adam Higson storming over wide out, with Brierley again off target with his conversion attempt.A mix up in the Dewsbury defence allowed Toronto to pick up the loose ball and Stanley was on hand to collect a pass close to the line to score a simple try.Brierley’s off day with… Read full this story
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