Super League attendances: One outstanding attendance but two unable to reach 5K

Round 13 of the Betfred Super League in 2023 will go down as one of the best of the season.

It all started at Craven Park as Hull KR battled hard despite their number of injuries against Wigan Warriors and even led 22-14 late in the game despite having Ryan Hall sin binned.

Wigan forced the game to golden point however where a Bevan French break and a Liam Farrell try broke Hull KR hearts.

On Friday, Catalans Dragons leapfrogged Hull KR into third as they beat Wakefield Trinity comfortably. Wakefield are still without new signing Luke Gale.

Elsewhere, Leigh Leopards stunned league leaders Warrington Wolves whilst Huddersfield Giants got back to winning ways against Castleford Tigers.

Meanwhile, another game went to golden point at Headingley as St Helens battled back from 12-4 down against an injury ravaged Leeds side before a Lewis Dodd drop goal settled matters.

On Sunday, Salford Red Devils just edged a terrific clash against Hull FC.

It’s been a brilliant weekend for attendances. There was a huge 14,161 fans at Headingley for Leeds’ clash with St Helens.

Meanwhile, it appeared to be a strong attendance at Hull KR for the visit of Wigan but the club continue not to disclose their attendances.

Both Leigh and Catalans had over 8,000 fans in attendance.

Sadly Huddersfield were unable to surpass 5,000 on this occasion. This was the case at Salford too.

Hull KR vs Wigan Warriors
Attendance: Undisclosed

Leeds Rhinos vs St Helens
Attendance: 14,161

Leigh Leopards vs Warrington Wolves
Attendance: 8,120

Catalans Dragons vs Wakefield Trinity
Attendance: 8,123

Huddersfield Giants vs Castleford Tigers
Attendance: 4,206

Salford Red Devils vs Hull FC
Attendance: 4,569