R Bromley (2)
S Planas (1)
V Duport (1)
J Tisseyre (1)
S Turner (2) M Emmett (1) A Bostock (1)
N Wynn (3)
P Walker (3)
Toulouse Kick Start the season!
In a perfect start to the season Rory Bromley bagged a brace of tries for Toulouse in their 26-22 Co-operative Championship win over the Dewsbury Rams. Vincent Duport, Johan Tisseyre and Sebastien Planas all scored against the West Yorkshire outfit and Olympique came from 22-14 down to clinch the victory. Scott Turner scored two second-half tries for the hapless Rams, but these could do nothing to alter the overall result.
Co-operative Championship Round 2: vs. Whitehaven
I Mort (1)
C Rudd (1)
D Skee (1)
C Sice (2)
R Fox (1)
R Bromley (1) B Ormeno (1) S Planas (1) A Maria (1)
C Rudd (5)
N Wynn (2)
Toulouse squander their lead
Whitehaven opened their Co-operative Championship campaign with a 34-20 victory over Toulouse at the Recreation Ground in Cumbria. Toulouse Olympique held an impressive 20-10 lead at the break, but let it slip away thanks to tries from a transformed Whitehaven outfit. Dylan Skee and Carl Rudd crossed for the home side in the first half, Whitehaven then hit back after the break with tries from Carl Sice (2), Reece Fox and Ian Mort. Carl Rudd kicked 5 conversions for the home team. Toulouse tries came from Rory Bromley, Antoni Maria, Bruno Ormeno and Sebastien Planas and four points from the boot of Nathan Wynn.
Co-operative Championship Round 3: vs. Keighley
R Bromley (1)
C Bienes (1)
S Planas (1)
C Gay (2)
K Larroyer (1)
G Duffy (1) D Jones (1) J Feather (1) C Baines (1) O Pursglove (1)
N Wynn (5)
D Jones (3)
Olympique beat the Cougars
Toulouse outscored Keighley by six tries to five in a 34-26 Co-operative Championship victory in Toulouse, France. Cedric Gay scored two times for Olympique while Clement Bienes, Rory Bromley, Sebastien Planas and Kevin Larroyer all crossed the try line for a try apiece. To add to this display of teamwork Nathan Wynn kicked five goals. The Cougars came back with a strong second half display, tries came from Danny Jones (1), Oliver Pursglove(1), Gavin Duffy (1), Chris Baines (1) and James Feather (1), but walked away as the losers
Co-operative Championship Round 4: vs. Barrow
A Ballard 1 A Blackwood (1) L Harrison (1) A Henderson (1) M James (1) Z Luisi (1) L Campbell (3)
N Wynn (2)
J Rooney (6)
Disappointment for Toulouse in Raiders victory
A second-half hat-trick of tries from substitute Liam Campbell helped defending champions Barrow Raiders to a 48-16 win over Toulouse. Olympique were level at 16-16 at half-time thanks to tries from Antoni Maria, Cedric Gay and Kevin Larroyer and two goals from Nathan Wynn in response to Raiders touchdowns from Matt James, Andrew Henderson and Zeb Luisi. However, the visitors cut loose in the second half, scrum half Campbell scoring a 16-minute treble and other tries coming from Liam Harrison, Anthony Blackwood and Andy Ballard, while Jamie Rooney took his goal tally to six from nine attempts.
Co-operative Championship Round 5: vs. Leigh
S Donlan (1) N Stanton (1) D McConnell (1) M Leuluai (1) D Armitstead (1) A Higson (1)
N Wynn (1)
M Nanyn (6)
Big loss for Olympique
The fans left disappointed, the Super League hopefuls showed little of the form that has earned them impressive victories earlier in the season. Leigh followed up their 48-10 win at Halifax with a 36-6 victory over Toulouse in the south of France to stay just a point behind Featherstone in the Co-operative Championship table. Even without Tyrone McCarthy, Lee Mitchell and Matty Blythe, who were all recalled by Warrington, the Centurions had little trouble collecting a fourth successive win. Macgraff Leuluai, Dave McConnell, David Armitstead, Nicky Stanton, Stuart Donlan and Adam Higson scored the visitors' tries and Mick Nanyn kicked all six conversions. Substitute Patellsio Pelo scored a consolation try for Toulouse just before the end.
Co-operative Championship Round 6: vs. Halifax
S Royston (3)
L Paterson (2)
R Worrincy (1)
J Hayley (2)
F Watene (1)
R Bromley (1)
L Paterson (7)
N Wynn (1)
Halifax trounce Toulouse
Halifax overpowered Toulouse Olympique 50-6 in the Cooperative Championship game at The Shay. Halifax's Shad Royston claimed a hat-trick; Lee Paterson and James Haley also grabbed doubles and Rob Worrincy and Frank Watene also touched down for the West Yorkshire side. Paterson added seven goals for 'Fax while the French side's solitary try came from Rory Bromley.
Co-operative Championship Round 7: vs. Widnes
P Flynn (1)
A Thackeray (3)
B Davies (1)
M Strong (1)
T Coyle (1)
S Payan (1) N Wynn (2) M Griffi (1)
S Grady (5)
N Wynn (7)
Stunning result for Toulouse
Toulouse claimed Widnes' scalp as they ran out 42-36 winners in an enjoyable Co-operative Championship encounter at the Stobart Stadium on Saturday. Widnes had a late surge in the closing stages with Anthony Thackeray scoring a hat-trick in the final 20 minutes alone. But the French side had done enough in the first hour with tries from Mathieu Griffi, Vincent Duport (two), Nathan Wynn (two) and Sebastien Payan sealing success.
Carnegie Challenge Cup Round 4: vs. St Helens
M Fa'asavalu (2)
C Dean (1)
G Wheeler (2)
C Flannery (2)
T Puletua (1)
A Dixon (1)
V Duport (1) C Varela (1) Mendes (1) M Mitchell (1)
J Foster (8)
N Wynn (2)
Toulouse knocked out of Challenge Cup
Toulouse made a spirited and enthusiastic challenge but where eventually overcome by the favourites from the Engage Super League. The Icelandic volcanic cloud meant the Toulouse had to endure a 24-hour coach and ferry journey to St Helens. Toulouse playing some slick football in the first half to initially shock the Saints and showed no sign of travel fatigue when they took the lead in their first set, with the bounce of the ball bamboozling Leon Pryce to allow centre Vincent Duport to collect and score. The teams were very close for much of the first half before Flannery raced through for the try that effectively killed off the French resistance two minutes before the break After the break St Helens piled on the tries before the unstoppable Fa'asavalu charged over for his second, to bring up the half-century as the Frenchmen tired. Toulouse grabbed a late consolation try when Martin Mitchell barged over.
Saints assistant coach Kieron Purtill paid tribute to the travel-weary French side; "They played some nice football, they have some internationals in there. They will ruffle a few feathers in the Championship and put a package together to apply for Super League so we knew what they were capable of." 
Co-operative Championship Round 9: vs. Batley
R Bromley (1) S Planas (1) V Duport (1) M Mitchell (1) J Tisseyre (1)
K Briggs (4)
N Wynn (3)
Toulouse smash Rovers' unbeaten run
Toulouse rallied from a 14-point deficit in the second half to win 26-24 and condemn Featherstone to their first loss in the 2010 Co-operative Championship season.
Featherstone had looked on course for a ninth consecutive victory when Zak Hardaker's second try of the night was converted by Kyle Briggs resulting in a 24-10 lead after 46 minutes.
The French side fought back with tries from Martin Mitchell and Rory Bromley. Vincent Duport levelled the scores with barely three minutes remaining and Nathan Wynn held his nerve to kick the winning points and seal an unforgettable win.
Co-operative Championship Round 10: vs. Sheffield