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A wrap of all the action from the second-last round of the First Utility Super League with finals fast approaching...
ROUND 15 of First Utility Super League XIX saw new leaders as Warrington eased past Leeds Rhinos which gave St Helens the chance they took to take top spot.
A look across the weekend action from our Northern Hemisphere correspondent Simon Reuben as Round 14 of the First Utility Super League was played out.
ROUND 11 of the First Utility Super League saw top of the table Leeds Rhinos continued thier good form with a solid win over Wigan in the match of the round.
WEMBLEY got a bit closer as the teams entered the fifth round of the Tetley's Challenge Cup...
ROUND 10 of the First Utility Super League was the Easter Monday games where players back up from playing on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
ROUND 9 of the First Utility Super League was part one of the double round Easter period where each team plays twice in three days.
ROUND 8 of the First Utility Super League saw St Helens once again came from behind to keep thier 100% record intact.
THE fourth round of the Tetley's Challenge Cup saw all the Super League teams enter the fray on the Road to Wembley and produced some dramatic games.
AFTER five rounds of the First Utility Super League, there were two teams St Helens and Castleford Tigers with 100% record after unbeaten Leeds Rhinos ended Widnes Vikings faultless start to the season with an emphatic win.
ROUND four produced some more entertaining games with St Helens, Castleford and Widnes maintaining their 100% records.
THE team is back for another big show this Saturday 11am (AEDT) talking all things Sport.
THE reigning World Cup holders, New Zealand have stolen victory over England in the dying moments as Shaun Johnson handed them victory, 20-18 at Wembley Stadium.
AN early try wasn't enough for France as England put in a dominant first half to progress to the semi-finals of the 2013 World Cup, defeating their European neighbours 34-6 in Wigan today.
REIGNING world champions New Zealand have survived a spirited second half from Samoa to run out 42-24 victors in front of 14,965 fans at Halliwell Jones Stadium.