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Super League Attendances: One amazing attendance as four unable to reach 10K

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The latest round of Super League action has been and gone.

The action started with a shock result at the MKM Stadium.

Hull FC avenged their defeat to St Helens in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a thumping 34-6 win over the Super League and World Champions.

On Friday night, Castleford Tigers copied Hull with a shock result against Warrington Wolves with Gareth Widdop and Jack Broadbent the heroes.

Elsewhere on Friday, Hull KR claimed a routine win over Wakefield Trinity in Luke Gale’s debut.

That, coupled with Castleford’s win, was a damaging weekend for Wakefield.

Damaging too for Huddersfield Giants and Ian Watson as Leeds Rhinos ran in nine tries for a great 54-0 win.

On Saturday, two of the the top three collided in a classic between Catalans Dragons and Leigh Leopards.

Catalans edged the game 38-30 after Leigh battled back from 20-0 down.

Meanwhile on Sunday, Salford Red Devils came up short against Wigan Warriors.

But what about attendances?

Well Leeds Rhinos led the way with nearly 15,000 fans in attendance for their MND awareness game with Rob Burrow in attendance.

Meanwhile, both Hull FC and Catalans Dragons had nearly 10,000 fans in attendance.

Hull KR continue to keep attendances undisclosed.

Castleford had a solid 6,000 fans against Warrington.

Salford meanwhile broke their attendance record partly thanks to Armed Forces Day.

Hull FC vs St Helens
Attendance: 9,937

Hull KR vs Wakefield Trinity
Attendance: Undisclosed

Castleford Tigers vs Warrington Wolves
Attendance: 6,066

Leeds Rhinos vs Huddersfield Giants
Attendance: 14,590

Catalans Dragons vs Leigh Leopards
Attendance: 9,636

Salford Red Devils vs Wigan Warriors
Attendance: 7,854

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