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Club could be fined or even docked competition points

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Super League champions Leeds kept in touch with the top of the table after an easy 44-10 win at Hull KR. Kallum Watkins scored two of their tries and Ian Kirke his first in Super League for two years while Kevin Sinfield took his total of goals for the club beyond the 1,500 mark.

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Michael Robertson and Tommy Lee scored second-half tries as London Broncos earned a first home win over St Helens since 2002. It was also the Broncos' first home victory this season, and ended a run of 13 straight wins in the capital for the Saints.

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The full-back went over for Wakefield’s third try from a Paul Sykes’ pass

Widnes 26 Wakefield 28 match report: Wakefield
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Lyn Jones has performed minor miracles

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London Welsh finished bottom of the Premiership this term

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Shaun Lunt scored two tries for Huddersfield against Hull KR

Round-up: Giants rise to second on a day of feasting

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Justin Poore has been sent off twice in his first 12 matches

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Ryan Hall squeezed in for two touchdowns as Leeds won 28-22

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England winger Ryan Hall produced two devastating finishes to earn the Super League champions Leeds an impressive 28-22 victory in last night’s Grand Final rematch against Warrington at Headingley.

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Owen Farrell of Saracens

Saracens ready for 'big occasion' says Owen Farrell

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