Betfred Championship: Dewbsury Rams 22 York City Knights 26

Dewsbury: Morton, Worrincy, Igbinedion, Ryder, Brown, Sykes, Brown, Garratt, Day, Harrison, Walshaw, Knowles, Trout. Subs (all used): Thomas, Field, Annakin, Sheriffe.

Tries: Day 5, 14; Garratt 72.

Conversions: Sykes 5, 14, 72 (3/3).

Penalties: Sykes 27, 49 (2/2).

Sent off: none.

Sin-binned: Trout 64.

Knights: Marsh 7, Robson 8, Bass 8, Hey 7, Whiteley 8, Cockayne 7, Robinson 8, Dixon 8, Jubb 7, Teanby 7, Jordan-Roberts 7, Salter 8, Horne 8. Subs (all used): Brining 7, Stock 7, Blagbrough 7, Porter 7.

Tries: Horne 55; Robson 58; Jordan-Roberts 65; Marsh 78.

Conversions: Robinson 55, 58, 65, 78 (4/4).

Penalties: Robinson 80 (1/1).

Sent off: none.

Sin-binned: none.

Man of the match: Graeme Horne – had a decent first stint and made a big difference when he re-entered the fray in the second half, helping the Knights to open up.

Referee: Mike Mannifield (Huddersfield) – a lot of decisions, some good, some odd.

Penalty count: 12-15

Half-time: 14-0

Weather: very parky but dry.

Attendance: 1,275

Moment of the match: What else but the late winner? Having fought back from 16-0 down to 18-16 up thanks to three tries in a superb 10-minute salvo, York conceded a try to fall 22-18 behind again with the clock ticking down. But in a late attack, on the last tackle, Ben Cockayne sent a lovely little grubber in goal and Matty Marsh was onto it like a shot.

Gaffe of the match: Connor Robinson sent a cross-field kick to the right corner where Rams winger Alex Brown made a real hash of it, flapping at the ball and simply patting it half-heartedly into the air, handing Ash Robson a simple finish – York’s second try of their fightback.

Gamebreaker: Matty Marsh's 78th-minute match-winning try.

Match rating: It was hard going for much of the game before York turned on some style and completed a superb comeback victory – getting off the mark in the Championship in notable fashion.