EIGHTEEN-year-old Jack Welsby once again caught the eye in last night’s 48-8 triumph over Salford.

The England Academy international, who first got his senior break at the end of the 2018 campaign, came up with two tries but also provided a wonder ball to send Kevin Naiqama in for his first.

Welsby had got the nod for the wing spot vacated by the injured Tommy Makinson, but had to switch to his more accustomed position of full back when Lachlan Coote went off with a suspected MCL knee injury.

It allowed the teenager to provide some telling moments, working in tandem with Saints main architect Jonny Lomax.

His first try was pure telepathy, taking Lomax’s inside ball to race over.

His second was a chip and dribble from dummy half – but his other big highlight was the sublime floated pass the create Kevin Naiqama’s first.

Coach Kristian Woolf said: "Jack has shown plenty of glimpses of what he is capable of tonight. And remember he is only 18-years-old.

"Although there were moments where we didn't defend as well as we could have on that right edge, through his and Kevin Naiqama's effort we still managed to clean things up and not allow any tries there.

"When Lachlan Coote went down he certainly showed his class with a couple of balls out the back as well.

"He is going to be a really good player."