Former Barrow Raiders loanee Paul Séguier is starting to break into Catalans Dragons' Super League plans after the young prop was involved for the second match running last weekend.

Séguier, who finished last season at Craven Park, was an interchange for the Dragons in their 30-14 victory against Salford Red Devils at the Stade Gilbert Brutus.

Matt Whitely scored twice for the hosts, while Michael McIlorum also crossed the whitewash to help open up an 18-0 lead, but Salford reduced the gap to four points through tries from Niall Evalds and Ken Sio (2).

Catalans made sure of their third win from four games, however, through late tries Fouad Yaha and Lewis Tierney.

Former Barrow Island forward Morgan Knowles scored his first try of the season for St Helens against Huddersfield Giants, but couldn't prevent the champions from falling to a 12-10 defeat.

Adam O'Brien put Huddersfield ahead before tries from Luke Thompson and Knowles put Saints 10-6 ahead, but the only score of the second half came from the Giants' Jake Wardle.

Haverthwaite's Will Maher started off the bench as Hull Kingston Rovers were defeated 30-16 at Wigan Warriors, who went to the top of the table.

Former Raider Joe Bullock wasn't involved for Wigan, instead playing for their reserve team against Leeds.

In the Betfred Championship, former Barrow winger Deon Cross scored one of Widnes Vikings' seven tries in their 40-16 win over Whitehaven, with Jake Spedding also in their line-up.

There were several players from the Furness area involved for Haven, with former Askam duo Sam Dowsett and Tom Wilkinson both starting, as did Barrovian Ellis Gillam, while former Raiders prop Tom Walker was on the bench.

Another ex-Barrow front rower, Alec Susino, helped Featherstone Rovers maintain their 100 per cent record with an entertaining 35-24 victory against Swinton Lions at Post Office Road.

Oldham fell to their fourth defeat in five games as Dewsbury Rams ran out 24-6 winners at the Whitebank Stadium.

In League One, Andrew Dawson and Marcus O'Brien started Workington Town's 30-22 loss at Newcastle, while Blain Marwood was on the bench.