engage Super League Rd 17 review

Salford City Reds 5 Tries: Goals: Wilshere 2 Drop Goal: Robinson

Harlequins RL 2 Tries: Goals: Sykes

Att: 4,067

Salford City Reds gained a vital two points in their relegation battle with a narrow victory over Harlequins RL in the first ever try-less game in Super League.

The Reds started well and John Wilshere was stopped from scoring in the corner by a superb tackle from Tyrone Smith.

A Wilshere goal on 20 minutes was the only first-half score before two points from Paul Sykes levelled the game.

Luke Robinson then added a drop while another Wilshere goal on 73 minutes sealed victory for Salford, in Shaun McRae - former Rabbitohs coach - debut game as their new head coach.

Wigan Warriors 30 Tries: Bailey, Barrett, Ashton, Richards, Calderwood Goals: Richards 5

Catalans Dragons 0 Tries: Goals:

Att: 12,641

Wigan Warriors ran in five tries to shut out Catalans Dragons at the JJB Stadium.

The French side were in the game until Adam Mogg was put in the sin-bin, for holding down on 23 minutes.

With Mogg off the field ex Aussie test stars Phil Bailey and Trent Barrett scored a try a piece to open up a 14-0 lead for the hosts at half-time.

Chris Ashton and Pat Richards put the result beyond doubt while a Barrett break set Mark Calderwood up to score the final try of the game for Wigan.

Bradford Bulls 34 Tries: Newton 4, Tupou, Deacon

Goals: Deacon 4, Vainikolo

Hull FC 8 Tries: Tony Goals: Tickle 2

Att: 11,557

Four-try hero, Terry Newton inspired the Bulls as they came from behind to defeat Hull FC at the Grattan Stadium Odsal.

In a tense first half, Hull FC took a narrow 8-6 lead at the break. Motu Tony was the visitor