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