RESULTS: 2022 Betfred Super League Round 26

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All the results and scorers from the twenty-sixth round.

All listed times are AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC/ACT).


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Hull FC enjoy afternoon stroll against timid Toulouse

Hull FC snapped their recent losing streak in fine fashion winning 38-12 against Toulouse Olympique on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts were quick out of the blocks with Harvey Barron on the end of two terrific passes from fullback Jake Connor to make it 12-0.

After a torrid run, Hull FC enjoyed themselves with Will Gardiner striding through a massive gap for the third try before Mitieli Vulikijapani swatted away the defence to give us the 24-0 half-time score.

Toulouse were only playing for pride after their relegation was confirmed in their derby loss to Catalans Dragons but they did pull back a four-pointer through Guy Armitage.

It was the Connor show for Hull FC. He put in a deft kick for Barron who found Ellis Longstaff on the inside to bring the lead back to 22 points.

Hull FC scored in bunches and quickly Jordan Lane added the black-and-white's fifth four-pointer of the game when he steamed on a short ball and went over untouched.

Winger Ilias Bergal showed off his pace when he sped away down the right touchline to get Toulouse Olympique into double figure on another forgettable afternoon.

The last word went to Hull FC. Mitieli Vulikijapani completed his double from a Toulouse error was scooped up and thrown inside to the pacy back.

Hull FC 38 Toulouse Olympique XIII 12

Venue: MKM Stadium, Hull
Crowd: 8785
Date: Monday 29 August 2022 at 12:00am

Hull FC (38)
Tries: Harvey Barron 2, Mitieli Vulikijapani 2, Jordan Lane, Ellis Longstaff, Will Gardiner
Goals: Jake Connor 5

Toulouse Olympique XIII (12)
Tries: Ilias Bergal, Guy Armitage
Goals: Chris Hankinson 2


Robins fly past Warriors in big win on Manic Monday

Hull KR bounced back in style with a 38-28 win against Wigan Warriors in a points fest on Monday afternoon.

The Robins were high flying at the break leading 20-6 against a Warriors side coming off their derby win on Saturday night and brought them back to earth.

William Tate touched down after three minutes from a Ryan Hall pass before Tate returned the favour and sent the veteran winger over for an 8-0 lead.

Next it was a rare four-pointer for Korbin Sims who chased through a kick and was given the green light for a 14-0 lead for the faithful at Craven Park.

The Warriors crossed the line once in the first half through Oliver Partington before it was big man season for Matthew Storton who spun across for a 20-6 Hull KR advantage.

It was another fast start for Hull KR when Zach Fishwick dived over from close range followed by Ethan Ryan finishing off a backline move for 30-6 after Rowan Milnes piloted over a penalty goal.

The sides traded tries close to the hour mark when Ben O'Keefe pushed through the Robins defence then Ryan completed his double for the hosts for 38-12.

Wigan finished the game on a high note with three tries to get themselves within ten points after the final hooter. Jake Bibby, Sam Halsall and James McDonnell all touched down.

Hull Kingston Rovers 38 Wigan Warriors 28

Venue: Sewell Group Craven Park, Hull
Crowd: 7315
Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022 at 12:00am

Hull Kingston Rovers (38)
Tries: Ethan Ryan 2, Zach Fishwick, Matty Storton, Will Tate, Korbin Sims, Ryan Hall
Goals: Rowan Milnes 5

Wigan Warriors (28)
Tries: James McDonnell, Sam Halsall, Jack Bibby, Ben O'Keefe, Oliver Partington
Goals: Ben O'Keefe 4


Saints secure League Leaders Shield despite loss to Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield Trinity defeated a much-changed St Helens side 34-18 who secured top spot in Super League on Monday afternoon.

The visitors were the first on the board through Corey Hall steaming onto a short pass before Saints responded through Ben Davies for their only lead of the game.

Lewis Murphy continued his strong form in recent weeks with a quick fire double. His first was off a sweeping backline move then the second was from a rebound for 14-6.

He completed his first half hat-trick with another acrobatic putdown in as Wakefield Trinity has taken the scalps of both Wigan and Saints in recent weeks.

Trinity finished the first half in style with their first try of the contest. A long break on the right ended with Max Jowitt striding away for 24-6.

They picked up where left they off in the second stanza with Lee Gaskell in support on the inside after a break to extend the lead to 24 points.

St Helens helped reduce the deficit to a dozen through a pair of scores from Ben Davies second four-pointer of the game and Jon Bennison touching down from fullback.

Wakefield ended the game with one more strike through Murphy. He added a fourth try to his tally with another diving effort as Trinity took the points.

Despite the loss, St Helens were crowned League Leaders Shields winners after Wigan's loss on the same day and thrust another trophy into their bulging cabinet.

St Helens 18 Wakefield Trinity 34

Venue: Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens
Crowd: 8222
Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022 at 12:00am

St Helens (18)
Tries: Ben Davies 2, Jon Bennison
Goals: Tommy Makinson 3

Wakefield Trinity (34)
Tries: Lewis Murphy 4, Corey Hall, Lee Gaskell, Max Jowitt
Goals: Lee Gaskell 2, Max Jowitt 1


Giants hold off fast finishing Wolves to confirm top four spot

Huddersfield Giants held on against Warrington Wolves in a 38-36 win in a pulsating contest on Monday afternoon.

The Giants were leading by 22 points at the half-time break before a points explosion in the second half had the home faithful endure a white-knuckle ride to two points.

It was the visitors who struck first from a long-range break which ended with mid-season import Matt Dufty rounded off the move.

Adam O'Brien responded with a burrowed effort from close range before Josh Jones put the Giants into the lead for the first time at 10-6.

Giants went on a try-scoring spree in the first half through Tui Lolohea who was on the spot from a dropped bomb then Leroy Cudjoe finished off a slick move in the corner.

Ricky Leutele judged the bouncing ball well for the fifth then Will Pryce sent through a penalty goal for a 32-6 Giants advantage.

Josh Lynch gave the Wolves some hope before the break with his touch down from a George Williams kick for the 32-10 half-time score.

Warrington buoyed by their late score, built on that momentum in the second half with Jake Wardle touching down quickly followed by Dufty's second from another support run.

Huddersfield stemmed the flow of points through Pryce. He was able to pick up the scraps from a kick to dive over close to the posts for 38-22.

A pair of intercepts thrown by the Giants led to Wolves scores. The first to speedster Matt Dufty for his hat-trick then George Williams was able to dive over from close range.

Dufty made it four right on the full-time hooter. He chased through another kick from Williams and had his finest performance in his short Super League stint.

Huddersfield Giants 38 Warrington Wolves 36

Venue: John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
Crowd: 4894
Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022 at 12:00am

Huddersfield Giants (38)
Tries: Josh Jones, Will Pryce, Adam O'Brien, Toby King, Ricky Leutele, Leroy Cudjoe, Tuimoala Lolohea
Goals: Will Pryce 5

Warrington Wolves (36)
Tries: Matt Dufty 4, George Williams, Jake Wardle, Josh Lynch
Goals: Leon Hayes 3, Stefan Ratchford 1


Salford Red Devils thrash Castleford Tigers to move into fifth spot

Salford Red Devils raised the bat in their 50-10 thrashing against Castleford Tigers in a dominant display on Monday afternoon.

In a game which featured 60 points, the first two came from the tee. Marc Sneyd raised the flags from long range to give Salford an early lead.

Sneyd combined with his halves partner Brodie Croft for the Red Devils' first four-pointer of the contest from their own half.

Salford were rampant in the first 10 minutes of the game with Ken Sio touching down to add to his tally for the Super League before Jack Ormondroyd threw a huge dummy to score.

After the blistering start, Castleford Tigers stemmed the bleeding through Jake Mamo who sliced through the Red Devils defence for 20-6.

Straight from the scrum, Castleford got into double digits. It was a slick move on the left that ended with Derrell Olpherts touching down in the corner for 20-10.

In a carbon copy of the first half, Sneyd got Salford going in the second half with another penalty goal to make their advantage 12.

Salford enjoyed themselves in the second half scoring 30 points and moving into fifth spot on the Super League ladder and primed for a finals appearance.

Shane Wright was the first to cross the whitewash then Deon Cross finished off a full field break started by the Sio intercept which made it 34-10.

Croft showed off his skill in a one-man show from the scrum to get himself on the scoresheet followed by Kallum Watkins who provided a pair of assists scored a four-pointer of his own.

The rout was started by Sneyd and it ended with Sneyd. He trailed well from a Chris Atkin break and weaved past the defence to bring up the 50.

Castleford Tigers 10 Salford Red Devils 50

Venue: Mend-A-Hose Jungle, Castleford
Crowd: 7322
Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022 at 12:30am

Castleford Tigers (10)
Tries: Derrell Olpherts, Jake Mamo
Goals: Danny Richardson 1

Salford Red Devils (50)
Tries: Ken Sio, Marc Sneyd 2, Kallum Watkins, Brodie Croft, Deon Cross, Shane Wright, Jack Ormondroyd
Goals: Marc Sneyd 9


Dragons lock in top four with success against Rhinos

Catalans Dragons secured back-to-back wins after their 32-18 win against Leeds Rhinos on Monday afternoon.

Building on their derby success, Foud Yaha dived over in the left corner to bring him within one four-pointer of his century at the French club.

Leeds responded through Sam Walters who charged onto a short ball from Kruise Leeming close to the sticks to make it 6-6.

Joe Chan put Catalans ahead from a Tom Davies kick before Mitch Pearce showed off his step to get himself into double figures for tries this season.

Yaha brought up number 100 in classic style. He took a beautiful pass from Arthur Mourgue to dive over in the corner to extend the Dragons lead. Gil Dudson made it 28-6 at the break after he was able to find the line.

A pair of tries in the second half through Richie Myler who spun like a top before he planted the ball down and a scoot from Brad Dwyer brought it back to 28-18 with 15 to go.

Samisoni Langi rounded off the win for Catalans Dragons who will finish in the top four with an effort from close range for the 32-18 final score.

This result sets up a Playoffs decider between Castleford Tigers and Leeds Rhinos next weekend in the final weekend of Super League.

Catalans Dragons 32 Leeds Rhinos 18

Venue: Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan
Crowd: 9802
Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022 at 3:00am

Catalans Dragons (32)
Tries: Samisoni Langi, Gil Dudson, Fouad Yaha 2, Mitchell Pearce, Joe Chan
Goals: Arthur Mourgue 4

Leeds Rhinos (18)
Tries: Brad Dwyer, Richie Myler, Sam Walters
Goals: Rhyse Martin 3


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