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Balanced attack helps Toronto Wolfpack trounce Dewsbury Rams 64-12

TORONTO — Liam Kay opened the scoring in the seventh minute and the Toronto Wolfpack never trailed en route to a dominant 64-12 win over the Dewsbury Rams at Lamport Stadium on Saturday.

Toronto (15-1-1) extended its win streak to 13 straight in league play and remains atop the second-tier Betfred Championship standings, seven points ahead of Toulouse Olympique XIII.

Gareth O'Brien led the way for the Wolfpack with two tries, while Matty Russell, Chase Stanley, Blake Wallace, Darcy Lussick, Andy Ackers, Jack Buchanan, Cory Paterson, Nick Rawsthorne and Kay each had singles. O'Brien added 10 conversions.

Josh Guzdek and Toby Everett had a try apiece for the Rams (4-12-1), while James Glover had two conversions.

Dewsbury, which has struggled with injuries this season, sits in ninth place and has just one win in their last 14 matches across all competitions.

The Wolfpack defeated the Rams 23-12 in round 11.

The Wolfpack have seven more home games before the start of the Super 8s competition.

The Canadian Press

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