Attendances: Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Hull KR deliver staggering numbers

Super League Round 7 is now over and what a weekend of rugby league it was!

Thursday night saw a sensational clash between Wigan Warriors and Hull FC, with the former just running out 19-18 winners thanks to a late Harry Smith drop-goal.

Four Super League fixtures were scheduled for Friday night with two of them kicking off late due to unforeseen circumstances.

Amongst them, however, were Castleford Tigers who put newly-promoted Toulouse Olympique to the sword, 32-6 whilst Hull KR inflicted further misery on the Warrington Wolves with an emphatic 34-18 win.

St Helens were far too strong for Leeds Rhinos, who went down to a 26-0 loss to the reigning champions as Huddersfield Giants continued their brilliant form with a routine win over Catalans Dragons.

Wakefield Trinity and Salford Red Devils rounded off the weekend with an entertaining affair at Belle Vue, before Trinity ran out 30-24 winners.

Wigan Warriors vs Hull FC
9,581 at the DW Stadium

Castleford Tigers vs Toulouse Olympique
7,067 at the Jungle

Leeds Rhinos vs St Helens
14,083 at Headingley

Huddersfield Giants vs Catalans Dragons
3,845 at the John Smith’s Stadium

Hull KR vs Warrington Wolves
10,069 at Craven Park – SELL-OUT

Wakefield Trinity vs Salford Red Devils
4,371 at Belle Vue

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Geoffrey Johnson
Geoffrey Johnson
7 months ago

You have to give KR credit for a full house as Hull City were at home too.