engage Super League Rd 21 Review

Leeds Rhinos 46 Tries: McGuire 2, Donald, Jones-Buchanan, Hall 2, Webb, Senior, Goals: Sinfield 7

Huddersfield Giants 8 Tries: Aspinwall Goals: Thorman 2

Att: 14,739

Leeds got back to winning ways as they made light work of Huddersfield Giants at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.

Chris Thorman kicked the Giants in front with a penalty goal, but after that it was one- way traffic as the Rhinos took control. Jamie Jones-Buchanan set up Danny McGuire for the first try of the game and added another himself. Scott Donald made it 18-6 at the break.

In the second half the hosts wrapped the game up by running in five further tries. McGuire scored his second, Keith Senior, Brent Webb and a double for Ryan Hall eased Leeds home. Martin Aspinwall did manage a consolation for Huddersfield.

St Helens 68 Tries: Gidley, Gilmour, Long, Gardner, Clough, Flannery, Wilkin, Meli 2, Roby, Sculthorpe 2 Goals: Long 8, Sculthorpe 2

Castleford Tigers 12 Tries: Dixon, Shenton Goals: Dixon 2

Att: 8,430

St Helens routed Castleford Tigers at the GPW Recruitment Stadium Knowsley Road to stay top of the engage Super League.

It took only six minutes for Matt Gidley to open the scoring for the rampaging Saints. Sean Long, Lee Gilmour, Ade Gardner, Paul Clough, Chris Flannery, Jon Wilkin and Francis Meli all went over as the hosts wrapped the game up in the first half to lead 46-0 at the interval.

Kirk Dixon and Michael Shenton did manage to go over for the Tigers but these were only consolations as St Helens once again took control with a double for Paul Sculthorpe and another for James Roby, as Saints romped to their 14th straight win.

Warrington Wolves 32 Tries: Gleeson 2, King, Hicks, L. Anderson Goals: Hicks 6

Bradford Bulls 28 Tries: Lynch, Nero, Tadulala, Platt, Jeffries Goals: Deacon 4

Att: 8,158

Warrington Wolves came from behind with a strong second-Half performance to defeat Bradford Bulls at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Bradford Bulls started the better and scored two tries in opening eight minutes of the game from Andy Lynch and Chris Nero. Martin Gleeson