How the Super League table looks after round one

With Super League now up and running with all 12 teams having played a game, it will interest many rugby league fans how things stand in the table after round one.

Round one kicked off in style on Thursday night with St Helens overcoming a feisty Catalans Dragons side, 28-8 in a replica of last season’s Grand Final.

On Friday night, it was the turn of Wigan Warriors to show what they are made of in an impressive win over Hull KR at Craven Park whilst Salford Red Devils shocked the rest of Super League with a superb win against Castleford Tigers at the Jungle.

Wind forward to Saturday and Leeds Rhinos fell agonisingly short against a Warrington Wolves side that didn’t seem to be firing on all cylinders just yet, whilst Toulouse Olympique succumbed to defeat in their first ever game in Super League with a 42-14 loss at home to Huddersfield Giants.

Rounding off the weekend’s games were Hull FC and Wakefield Trinity with the Black and Whites running out narrow winners in a total mudbath, 16-12.

But, just how does the Super League table look after round one?

Image taken from the BBC Sport website.

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