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A full review of Round 19 of the Stobart Super League.
SIMON Reuben reviews all the action from the 18th round of the Stobart Super League in the northern hemisphere.
ROUND 17 saw late wins for Castleford and Wakefield. Also London climbed off the bottom of the table with Hull KR turning a great performance at Huddersfield.
ROUND 16 produced some real shocks, but it was Wigan Warriors who put down the marker as the team to beat in2012, as below we look at how things panned out:
SIMON Reuben is here with his weekly wrap of the Stobart Super League round 14.
FULL review of Round 13 of the Stobart Super League from the northern hemisphere.
SIMON Reuben reviews the 12th round of the Stobart European Super League.
CATALAN Dragons showed their qualities by handing out a heavy defeat to Warrington Wolves in France as below we have a look at how Round 11 panned out:-
ROUND 10 was the start of the traditional Easter weekend double header. All teams play twice, normally in the space of three days. We look at how the Maundy Thursday and Good Friday games played out.
WE are now a third of the way through the season and Round 9 again produced some good games and some one-sided ones. League leaders Huddersfield got back to winning ways and St Helens revival continues as below were review all the action...
ROUND 8 was the weekend in which were saw some shocks. Only Warrington Wolves of the sides in the top five registered wins. So below we have a look on how things went
ONCE again Round 6 of the Stobart Super League did not disappoint with two great fightbacks!
THIS weekend saw the Stobart Super League reach Round 4 and on Friday night Catalan Dragons produced one of the best comebacks in the Summer era.
AFTER Leeds Rhinos became World Club Champions on Friday night by defeating Manly Sea Eagles, attention turned to Round 3 of the Stobart Super League and take a look at what happened in a high scoring weekend of games.
STOBART Super League week 2 saw ,surprisingly the game in Perpignan between Catalan Dragons and Hull FC postponed for a frozen pitch but back here in the UK despite a week of sub-zero temperatures every game took place and below we have a look of how thin