YORK City Knights hooker Sam Davis scored twice to help Leeds Rhinos Reserves to a 36-32 victory over Hull KR.

With the York first-team out of action at the weekend, Davis was one of four Knights players to feature for Leeds as part of the two club's dual registration agreement.

York team-mates Jacob Ogden, Toby Warren and Myles Harrison also represented Leeds, the latter starting at half-back, while Knights head coach James Ford and assistant Brett Delaney watched on from the sidelines.

It was Davis though who stole the show as the 23-year-old scored two tries, both coming from darts out of dummy half in the first half.