Super League Round 6 Headlines


If you didn't have time to catch all of Round 6's action, you don't have time for the news, so here's the headlines from another exciting weekend of English Rugby League.

KR Slay A Giant
Hull KR put a dominant showing in against Huddersfield, coming up with a 38-6 victory, the highlight of the game was watching prop Rob Mulhern race 80 metres from an interception before offloading to Greenwood to score. The scoreline doing justice to the Rovers fantastic performance.

Hull KR scorers: Hefernan, Quinlan, Shaw (2), Greenwood, Mcguire. Conversions: Shaw (7)

Huddersfield scorers: Roberts Conversions: Brough

Rhinos Halt Saints' March
Leeds vs St Helens never fails to disappoint, once more a fantastic, entertaining game of Rugby League, the first half was all Saints as they asserted their dominance on the fixture but somehow the sides went into the half level.  Both sides came out swinging in the second half but Leeds prevailing the victors after a tense final 15 minutes.

Leeds Scorers: Handley (2), Mullally, Myler, Parcell. Conversions: Watkins (3), Myler.

Saints Scorers: Barba (2), Swift. Conversions: Richardson (4)

Salford Stun Hull
Salford put in a fantastic performance against Hull on Friday night, Robert Lui running the show in the halves, a tight first half so Salford lead by just 2 points with the score at 10-8. The second half saw the Black and Whites kept scoreless as Salford began to run riot, eventually racking up 16 second half points and scoring with pretty much the last touch of the game.

Salford Scorers: Nakubuwei, Littlejohn, Lui, Johnson. Conversions: Lui (4)

Hull Scorers: Hadley Conversions: Sneyd (2)

Fireless Dragons Nilled By Wolves
4 sin binnings, 6 players on report and a new record for the Dragons', the first time in their Super League history that they have ever been kept to 0 on home turf. The Dragons offered next to nothing in attack and quite frankly the 26-0 scoreline flatters Catalans as it could and should have been a much larger score gap. Wet conditions a huge contributing factor in the amount of handling issues but to be honest the Dragons didn't look like scoring even if the conditions were dryer.

Warrington Scorers: Brown, Clark, Murdoch-Masila (2), Livett Conversions: Goodwin (3)

Catalans Scorers: Conversions:

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