Betfred Championship Summer Bash: Featherstone Rovers 42 York City Knights 10

Featherstone: Golding, Carey, Sutcliffe, Hardcastle, Briscoe, Chisholm, Holmes, Wheeldon, King, Makatoa, Day, Walters, Lockwood. Subs (all used): Davies, Cooper, Harrison, Ormondroyd.

Tries: Chisholm 23; Carey 38, 51; Briscoe 40; Day 56; Sutcliffe 60; Hardcastle 64; Holmes 66.

Conversions: Chisholm 23, 51, 56, 60, 66 (5/8).

Penalties: none.

Sent off: none.

Sin-binned: Wheeler 79.

Knights: Harris 6, Whiteley 5, Salter 6, Bass 6, Brown 5, Marsh 6, Robinson 6, Teanby 7, Jubb 6, Aldous 6, Stock 6, Hey 6, Spears 6. Subs (all used): Carter 6, Porter 7, Blagbrough 6, Dupree 5.

Tries: Whiteley 70; Porter 74.

Conversions: Robinson 74 (1/2).

Penalties: none.

Sent off: none.

Sin-binned: none.

Man of the match: Joe Porter – brought some energy into the middle unit, typified by his super solo try late on and even later second, which, in summing up York’s day, was chalked off.

Referee: Billy Pearson (Wakefield) – okay.

Half-time: 14-0

Weather: fresh and dry.

Attendance: TBC

Moment of the match: The game was long gone but Joe Porter scored an excellent try for York, charging through from 25 metres, brushing off a couple of men and getting the ball down under the sticks under pressure.

Gaffe of the match: this was far from an error-free performance from the Knights and they were made to pay for it. To single any out would be a bit churlish but Liam Harris will not be happy with how he fluffed a kick, putting a try on a plate for Tom Holmes, although kicker Dane Chisholm had been given plenty of time to send a spiralling bomb skyward

Gamebreaker: York, 14-0 down after the two quick-fire tries just before half-time, needed to score first in the second period to have a chance, but the number of errors and penalties meant this was never likely to happen and instead Rovers hit them with a 15-minute five-try blitz.

Match rating: just like at Easter, this was good stuff from Featherstone and, for half the game at least, not particularly good stuff from York. It resulted in a summer bashing at the Summer Bash.