Warriors show their determination
Date published: 29 May 2014
Oldham can boast three of the top five players in Championship One, says the RFL.
Coach Scott Naylor has described as 'phenomenal' the way his young second-row pair, Josh Crowley and Danny Langtree, can produce great performances week-in, week-out over long periods.
Crowley (22) hasn’t missed a game since Naylor signed him from Widnes Vikings before the start of last season. Langtree (23) has missed only one game.
"One complements the other," said the Oldham boss. "We are lucky to have them playing side by side in the same team."
The one game Langtree missed through injury last season rules him out of Championship One’s top five performers in terms of consecutive league appearances. That leaves Oldham's Crowley in front on 34 consecutive appearances - only one more than Roughyeds team-mate Dale Bloomfield.
Michael Ward (23) is in joint fourth place on 28.
London Skolars come to Whitebank on Sunday (3pm). Third-placed Oldham, who have a game in hand on York and Hunslet, won a tight game 18-16 in London early in the season and they will be keen to protect their unbeaten home record.
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