Warrington Wolves have been confirmed as winners of the 2016 League Leaders Shield after their 23-6 victory over Hull FC at KC Stadium on Friday night.
The result meant Wigan Warriors would finish second despite their 48-24 disposal of injury ravaged Catalans Dragons at DW Stadium.
St Helens finished in fourth as they left Wakefield Wildcats without a victory in the Super Eight’s phase at Langtree Park.
SUPER LEAGUE SEMI FINALS
Thursday September 29 – 8pm
Warrington Wolves vs St Helens
Friday September 30 – 8pm
Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC
FINAL | SUPER 8'S LADDER
|1||St George-Illawarra Dragons||29||20||9||0||672||484||188||12-5-0-0||8-4-0-0||L1||40|
|3||New Zealand Warriors||28||18||10||0||588||535||53||8-5-0-0||10-5-0-0||W4||36|
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