We round up all the action from Thursday’s other three Betfred Super League games, with wins for Castleford Tigers and Warrington Wolves, and Leeds Rhinos and Huddersfield Giants drawing…
Leeds Rhinos 20-20 Huddersfield Giants
Highlights from the Betfred Super League game between Leeds Rhinos and Huddersfield Giants.
A full-time Innes Senior try saved a point for Huddersfield as they sensationally drew 20-20 with Leeds at Headingley.
The Giants fought back 20-10 with two minutes remaining thanks to tries from Luke Yates and Senior to dramatically send the game to the golden point in overtime.
Neither team was able to land a game-winning drop goal in extra time, meaning both teams split the spoils.
Huddersfield had actually led when Tui Lolohea, who had missed a penalty early in the game, sent Jermaine McGillvary on for an unconverted try in the eighth minute.
Liam Sutcliffe, Rhyse Martin – who also scored four goals – and Morgan Gannon all crossed for the Rhinos to put them ahead, but Ricky Leutele’s try sparked a Giants fightback that propelled the game to a point in gold.
Wakefield Trinity 4-34 Castleford Tigers
Highlights from the Betfred Super League match between Wakefield Trinity and Castleford Tigers.
Greg Eden scored his 100th try for Castleford as they maintained their dominance of their derby battles with Wakefield thanks to a 30-point rout of their nearest neighbors at Be Well Support Stadium.
In-form winger Eden scored the last of five tries for the Tigers nine minutes from time to take his tally to 11 in his last seven games and help extend his side’s winning streak against Trinity to 17 games.
Former Huddersfield strikers Suaia Matagi and Kenny Edwards both scored their first tries for the club as Castleford secured a third Super League victory under manager Lee Radford.
Radford called his side’s inability to hold onto the ball ‘disgusting’ in their 34-10 Challenge Cup thrashing by Hull KR, but he will have been pleased with their professional display against a poor Trinity side who were playing their second match in five days.
Liam Kay’s try proved small consolation for Wakefield as they suffered their first loss in four games.
Warrington Wolves 32-18 Salford Red Devils
Highlights from the Betfred Super League game between Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils.
Warrington finally got back to winning ways against the Red Devils, with Toby King scoring a hat-trick for the home side.
Matty Ashton also crossed the blank twice, giving Daryl Powell’s side two much-needed points after a tense losing streak.
King’s first two tries came in the top 40, with Ashton joining him to give the home side a 16-6 lead before halftime, Ken Sio handing the Devils their first points of the game.
Joe Philbin then opened the scoring in the second half, followed by Ashton shortly after for his second, giving Warrington a cushion and putting his first win in five games in sight.
Andy Ackers then came on as a substitute for the visitors, but he was quickly followed by King for his third of the night, with Ryan Brierley adding late consolation for Salford as they continue their search for a well-deserved win.
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