Hull hit Bradford's hopes of climbing
Monday 20 June 2011
Bradford missed the chance to break into Super League's top eight for the first time this season when they lost 28-14 at home to Hull yesterday.
After trailing 16-0, the Bulls fought back with two tries from Shad Royston, but Craig Fitzgibbon snuffed out any hopes they had.
Huddersfield took their turn to go into first place with a 28-20 win over the Catalan Dragons. David Hodgson scored two tries for the Giants, but the in-form French side kept it close by crossing twice while they were reduced to 12 men by the sin-binning of Setaimata Sa.
In Saturday's other game, Harlequins ended their miserable run of 12 without a win by beating Wakefield 40-22. Luke Gale was the key man with six goals, a try and a hand in several others.
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