Star player described as a “freak” whilst fans predict shock Grand Final – How social media reacted to last night’s rugby

Last night was another big night of differentiating the front runners from those struggling at the bottom. St Helens maintained their perfect start, the Dragons downed winless Wakefield and Castleford got back to winning ways leaving Salford with just one win. Well that was my view anyway. But what was yours? How did social media react to last night’s rugby?

Despite another victory for Champions St Helens, it wasn’t all rosy for Kristian Woolf’s men. They lost impressive youngster James Bentley to injury and Saints fans were concerned.

As per usual, Jonny Lomax was again outstanding and many took to twitter to rave about the star player who perhaps doesn’t get the recognition he deserves.

After their recent struggles, Leigh fans were more than pleased with a performance that pushed Super League’s current super club. It got them excited to hopefully push the boys on to victory when they can finally return to the stadium and support their team.

As Leigh slummed to a fifth loss from five, so did Wakefield. Trinity gave it a good go against Catalans but it didn’t stop fans from worrying. Some even questioned how the future will look for the club with many of their best players beginning to reach the end of their careers now.

Wakefield fans also bemoaned the ease at which they allowed Catalans to score.

In the other game on Friday night Castleford continued their impressive start to the season leading one fan to claim they’d make it to this year’s Grand Final.

Despite what was to most a very enticing contest between two former Grand Finalists, some weren’t impressed by the game.

Meanwhile others weren’t overly pleased with the officials.

The game saw another incident of apparent diving and twitter did not like it one bit.

But of course it wouldn’t be a Cas game involving a controversial incident if someone didn’t bring this iconic line back from the dead.

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