MK Wolves have been named RFL national Club of the Week after they took over at the top of East RL Division One at the weekend.
A stunning late comeback from Wolves saw them run in 28 unanswered points against former league leaders Southend Spartans to win 38-20 at Emerson Valley, taking over top spot in the process.
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In being named Club of the Week, Wolves become the first club in the East Rugby League to win the award.
The club also celebrated international success as utility player Jordan Cummins came off the bench and scored for England Colleges as they overcame Scotland under 19s 66-4 at Featherstone Rovers’ BigFellas Stadium.