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Four Pointer: Wigan Warriors 20-0 Leigh Centurions

Wigan Warriors hosted Leigh Centurions this Friday night in the battle of the borough. It was the first competitive meeting of the pair, since 2013, and the first Super League game since 2005. Both sides went into the game...

Four Pointers: Huddersfield 8-48 Hull FC

Sneyd Answering Critics Hull FC half-back Marc Sneyd put in a stellar performance against Huddersfield, scoring three tries and kicking eight conversions as the Black and Whites defeated the Giants 48-8 at the John Smith's Stadium. Sneyd had been targeted by...

ROUND 2 SUPER LEAGUE WRAP: Leigh upset Saints

Round three of Super League threw up some great games, and some big results. Here is a round-up of this week’s games. HULL FC 14-16 CATALAN DRAGONS  Catalan Dragons made it two wins from two to start their 2017 campaign with...

FOUR POINTERS: Leeds 20-14 Salford

Sutcliffe Snatches it Leeds youngster Liam Sutcliffe scored with two minutes left as the Rhinos snatched victory against Salford at Headingley. The Red Devils had equalised after Logan Tomkins barged over and Gareth O'Brien converted, before Sutcliffe finished off a...

Four Pointer: Widnes Vikings 26-28 Wigan Warriors

The newly crowned World Champions made a late, dramatic comeback to seal a 28-26 victory down at the Select Security Stadium this Friday night. After all the drama off the field in the 24 hours previous, Wigan got the...

PREVIEW: Leeds Rhinos vs Salford Red Devils

Leeds and Salford have both started 2017 with mixed fortunes after experiencing victory and defeat in the first two rounds of the new campaign. Round three sees the Rhinos host opposition at Headingley for the first time this season,...

FOUR POINTERS: Huddersfield Giants 20-30 Salford Red Devils

KEY FIGURES FOR SALFORD Salford full-back Gareth O'Brien and centre Josh Jones were both outstanding as the Red Devils secured an important away win at Huddersfield. O'Brien tallied two tries and seven kicks as he scored 22 of his side's...

FOUR POINTERS: Wakefield Trinity 8 Hull FC 12

Typical opening day game: Both sides looked ragged, as would be expected for a first game of the season, there were lots of mistakes from both sides, and certainly the conditions didn't help, neither did referee Chris Campbell at times. The...

Four Pointer: Salford Red Devils 16-26 Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors began their title defence with a 26-16 win away at Salford Red Devils. It was a real cold afternoon at the AJ Bell Stadium, and over 2,000 Wigan fans made the short trip down to support the...

FOUR POINTERS: Castleford 44 Leigh 16

LUKE GALE OFF TO A FLYER Castleford half-back Luke Gale opened his 2017 campaign with two tries and eight conversions as his side romped to victory against newly-promoted Leigh. The England international was outstanding throughout and showed no let-up despite...

Four Pointers: St Helens 6 – 4 Leeds Rhinos

Four Pointers: St Helens 6  Leeds Rhinos 4   On a quiet opening night, it was a game of defensive excellence for both sides. Leeds kept Saints out on a number of occasions whilst Leeds struggled to find a way through...

Grand Final Four Pointer: Warrington Wolves 6-12 Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors won their fourth Grand Final after beating Warrington Wolves 12-6 in an intense, exciting and nail-biting game down at Old Trafford on Saturday evening. NERVOUS, TENSE AND ERROR-RIDDEN START As kick-off got nearer, and the fans started to arrive, you could...

Four Pointers: Wigan Warriors 28-18 Hull FC

WIGAN MAKE IT FOUR IN A ROW Wigan Warriors scored two late try's to secure their place in next weeks Grand Final for the fourth year in a row, after defeating Hull FC 28-18 at the DW stadium on Friday...

Four Pointers: Warrington Wolves 18-10 St Helens

Wolves make it to Old Trafford Warrington booked their place at Old Trafford with a nail-biting win over St Helens. Saints had won the last seven matches at the Halliwell Jones Stadium between the sides and the win was only Warrington’s...

Four Pointers: Wigan Warriors 48-24 Catalan Dragons

WIGAN SECURE 2ND PLACE Wigan Warriors beat the Catalan Dragons 48-24 to secure 2nd place in the League and set-up a home Play-Off Semi-Final against Hull FC next Friday at the DW Stadium. Matty Smith stole the limelight on a...
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