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Super League Attendances: Three amazing crowds but one unable to reach 4K

Round 17 of the Betfred Super League has been and gone and there were some big results for Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, St Helens and of course the Leigh Leopards.

But it was a bad week for the Warrington Wolves and Daryl Powell.

His side dropped from second to fourth in the table as the pressure begins to mount on the former Castleford Tigers coach.

His side had to deal with boos from the home crowd as they went 16-0 down in 15 minute against the Rhinos at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Warrington did battle hard in the second 40 but lost 22-6.

On Friday night it was Hull KR who let themselves down as they were well beaten by Leigh Leopards who moved up to second in the table.

Their rivals Wigan Warriors are now third after their 22-6 win over Huddersfield Giants.

Champions St Helens also claimed a vital win over Castleford Tigers who are now in trouble after Wakefield Trinity stunned the league with a resounding win over Salford Red Devils.

The action concluded on Saturday as Hull FC came up short against league leaders Catalans Dragons.

A great weekend but what were the attendances like?

There were three five figure attendances with Wigan and Hull FC over 13,000 and St Helens over 11,000.

Warrington were 109 fans away from 10,000. Meanwhile Wakefield were unable to reach 4,000 but this is likely due to the continuing work on the stadium.

Leigh have yet to confirm their attendance.

Warrington Wolves vs Leeds Rhinos 
Attendance: 8,981

Leigh Leopards vs Hull KR
Attendance: TBC

Wakefield Trinity vs Salford Red Devils
Attendance: 3,854

St Helens vs Castleford Tigers
Attendance: 11,490

Wigan Warriors vs Huddersfield Giants
Attendance: 13,464

Hull FC vs Catalans Dragons
Attendance: 13,480

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