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Shaun Lunt scored two tries for Huddersfield against Hull KR

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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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Rovers revel on Travis Burns' night and keep pace with top eight

Hull KR 26 Castleford 22

Gareth Hock of Widnes is barred from facing his old club, Wigan

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Tuson denies Castleford's epic fightback

Castleford 22 Wigan 28

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Stefan Marsh, of Widnes, is tackled by Hull KR’s Michael Dobson and Kris Welham

Cockayne leads Wakefield whitewash

There is no more effective winger in Super League at the moment than Wakefield's Ben Cockayne.

Wildcats boosted by return of Tim Smith

Wakefield Trinity hope that their player of the year last season, Tim Smith, will redirect their poor start to this campaign today.

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'No place in life' for Popov behaviour, says Clarke

Sykes to the rescue again for wildcats

For the second time in two games, a late drop-goal from Paul Sykes gave Wakefield a win to keep their play-off hopes alive. It was 30 points apiece at Hull KR with 40sec left when Sykes, who did the same to St Helens last week, slotted for 31-30.

Wakefield look for play-off spot

Rejuvenated Wakefield aim to make it a three-year best and keep alive their outside hopes of a top-eight finish in Super League when they host St Helens tomorrow.

Kevin Sinfield clinched Leeds’ win

McGuire reaches double century in Leeds' great fightback

Kevin Sinfield's late drop-goal completed an amazing comeback by Leeds at Hull KR yesterday.

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