Army Rugby League players Bethan Dainton and Tara Moxon scored tries for Leeds Rhinos Women to contribute to the team's first win in their 2023 Bedfred Challenge Cup campaign.
Dainton, a Welsh dual-code rugby international, scored two tries against local rivals Bradford Bulls with the first occurring in the first half after an already dominant display by the Rhinos.
She followed it up with a second try in the second half of the game to once again put herself on the scoresheet.
Papua New Guinea-born Army medic, Tara Moxon, also put herself on the scoresheet with her first try of the season thanks to a well negotiated overlap on the half-edge before half time.
The Army Rugby League star's tries contributed to Leeds Rhino's dominant 72-0 win over the Bradford Bulls to get their Challenge Cup campaign off to a flying start.
Army players Kaiya Glynn and Jenna Greening were also included in Leeds Rhino's squad on Sunday.
Dainton's Challenge Cup performance comes after she was named to the Welsh Rugby League squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
Last year, Dainton switched codes to pursue a Rugby League career with the leads Leeds Rhinos in a career which saw her capped by Wales in both union and league and play for Rugby Union side Harlequins.
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