We are treated to seven days of a scintillating Super League season, and also the hunt for Steve Prescott Man of Steel points lasts.
Observing this weekend’s round of fittings, there is a familiar motif from the overall standings.
Below are the highlights of this round, chosen by the Super League Man of Steel Panel, headed by three-time winner Ellery Hanley.
Blake Austin leads narrow Warrington triumph
St Helens secured a seventh triumph in a row whenever they demolished Castleford at The Jungle.
Jonny Lomax surfaced for Saints as a dominant performance brought a second victory for the league leaders.
Person of Steel points 3 points: Jonny Lomax – St Helens: An attempt, an assist and 217 metres, more than any player on the pitch. Two things: Peter Mata’utia – Castleford: A joint-highest 4 offloads for your own fullback since they enrolled two tries on the evening . Inch point: Alex Walmsley – St Helens: Walmsley made 13 tackles since the traffic rallied to victory.
Huddersfield 42-8 Hull KR: Friday, 22 March
A resounding victory for Huddersfield was directed by the kicking of Lee Gaskell, since they comfortably overcame Hull Kingston Rovers.
The victory saw the Giants scale off the bottom of the Super League table, moving two things above Leeds Rhinos.
3 points: Lee Gaskell – Huddersfield: associated with every attack the hosts created and kicked seven goals in their way to some large triumph. Two things: Kruise Leeming – Huddersfield: 2 tries, 21 carries and also an assist in a stylish performance by the Giants individual. Inch point: Darnell McIntosh – Huddersfield: Got herself on the score sheet with a try together with a second-highest 141 yards left. Catalans triumph thanks to Yaha’s four-fer London 24-28 Hull: Sunday, 24 March
Still another narrow victory in this round of matches saw Hull FC border London Broncos, with Josh Griffin’s two tries proving the difference.
3 points: Josh Griffin – Hull: Scored a nice dual and put another up. When transferred to fullback he performed well because the traffic clinched success. Two things: Danny Houghton – Hull: Played all 80 moments and and polished in assault. Ended the match with the help and also took off the pressure a limping Albert Kelly.
Solid underneath the ball and in defence. Made 118 yards because the hosts battled well.
Williams assists Wigan struggle to acquire
A george-williams hat trick of tries helped Wigan to just their 2nd win of the Super League campaign so far.
Salford battled hard since they looked to make sure Wigan’s poor form continued, however, Williams’ performance made the gap.
Salford 22-30 Wigan: Sunday, 24 March 3 points: George Williams – Wigan: Scored three tries and also made 169 yards as Wigan sealed a key win at the A J Bell Stadium. Two things: Josh Jones – Salford: A take to, two offloads and a whopping 34 tackles capped a nice performance for the Salford centre. Inch points: Tommy Leuluai – Wigan: One try, one assist and 3-1 tackles in a nice all-round display for the Wigan individual. Overall standings
Person of Steel: Week seven Place Name Club Points 3pts 2pts 1pt 1 James Roby St Helens 1 2 3 1 1 2 Paul McShane Castleford 9 1 3 0 3 Stefan Ratchford Warrington 8 2 0 2 4 Danny Brough Wakefield 7 2 0 1 5 Jamie Shaul Hull FC 7 2 0 1