As we wait for rugby league to come back, we look at three matches that happened on this day in Super League history.
Halifax 4-50 Wigan
Wigan Warriors claimed their fifth win in a row as they saw off Halifax by a big score at Thrum Hall.
Two tries each for Jason Robinson and Rob Smyth, as well as other efforts from Mick Cassidy, Gary Connolly, Shaun Edwards, Simon Haughton and Craig Murdock.
Fax could only respond with a solo try from Fereti Tuilagi, as they remained without a win from their seven Super League matches.
Wigan went on to claim the Premiership trophy at the end of the season, after beating St Helens in the final. While Halifax went on to finish seventh in the league that year.
Huddersfield 40-18 St Helens
Huddersfield Giants tightened their grip on third place with a thumping victory over St Helens at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Two tries from Eorl Crabtree and others from Danny Brough, Kevin Brown, Scott Grix, Michael Lawrence and Joe Wardle completed victory for the Giants.
Saints responded with tries from Matty Ashurst, Ade Gardner and Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, but it was a second defeat in four games for the beaten Grand Finalists.
The Giants ended up finishing fourth, their season was ended by Leeds Rhinos in the preliminary semi-final. As for Saints, they reached their sixth Grand Final in a row, but lost their fifth in a row at the hands of the Rhinos.
Catalans 16-14 Huddersfield
Catalans Dragons returned to winning ways with a well fought 16-14 win over Huddersfield Giants in the south of France.
Tries from Louis Anderson, Tony Gigot and Justin Horo claimed the victory the Dragons needed to stay second in the Super League.
Huddersfield responded with tries from Jake Connor and Nathan Mason, but it was a second defeat in four games for the Giants.
Unfortunately, the Dragons could not maintain their strong position, and ended up finishing fifth, and therefore not qualifying for the playoffs.
It had been a difficult season for Huddersfield, who went into the Middle 8s after finishing bottom of the pile.
A last-gasp win over Hull KR in the final round ensured they kept hold of their Super League status without having to go into the Million Pound Game.