Refereeing appointments revealed as one official curiously missed out with Liam Moore and Chris Kendall getting big gigs

Another weekend of Super League action is upon us with Leeds Rhinos taking on Wigan Warriors tomorrow night for the first game of the round.

Warrington Wolves will go head to head with Hull KR on Friday night as Hull FC and Castleford Tigers do battle live on Sky Sports on the same night.

Wind the clock forward to Saturday and Catalans Dragons go up against Huddersfield Giants and Toulouse Olympique go head to head with the Salford Red Devils.

Wakefield Trinity and St Helens is the only Sunday game as Trinity attempt to climb off the bottom of the Super League table.

But, who will be refereeing the games this weekend?

Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
21st July, KO: 20:00
M Com: G. Kershaw
Referee: L. Moore
Reserve Referee: J. Vella
Touch Judge 1: M. Griffiths
Touch Judge 2: J. Roberts
Video Referee: J. Child
Reserve Touch Judge: T. Gibbs
Time Keeper: S. Williams

Warrington Wolves v Hull KR
22nd July, KO: 20:00
M Com: K. Leyland
Referee: J. Smith
Reserve Referee: A. Moore
Touch Judge 1: D. Bowmer
Touch Judge 2: M. Craven
In Goal: G. Jones
In Goal 2: A. Billington

Hull FC v Castleford Tigers
22nd July, KO: 20:00
M Com: D. Milburn
Referee: C. Kendall
Reserve Referee: B. Thaler
Touch Judge 1: R. Thompson
Touch Judge 2: N. Horton
Video Referee: L. Moore
Reserve Touch Judge: D. Frederick
Time Keeper: T. Randerson

Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants
23rd July, KO: 18:00
M Com: V. Jenkins
Referee: J. Child
Touch Judge 1: T. Grant
Touch Judge 2: A. Pilkington
In Goal 2: F. Humbert
Time Keeper: D. Segura

Toulouse Olympique XIII v Salford Red Devils
23rd July, KO: 19:00
M Com: P. Jenkins
Referee: R. Hicks
Reserve Referee: N. Silvestre
Touch Judge 1: J. Vella
In Goal 2: F. Gely

Wakefield Trinity v St Helens
24th July, KO: 15:00
M Com: A. Brown
Referee: B. Thaler
Reserve Referee: M. Mannifield
Touch Judge 1: J. Smith
Touch Judge 2: C. Kendall
In Goal: P. Brooke
In Goal 2: G. Jones
Time Keeper: A. Mills

There is, however, no place for Marcus Griffiths who has a Championship game to officiate this week after being the man in the middle for Hull KR’s victory over Wakefield Trinity.

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