Another fantastic round of Super League action is over.
It all started on Thursday night when Salford Red Devils hosted Castleford Tigers.
It was far from a classic encounter as a scrappy display from the Red Devils was enough to defeat a gutsy Castleford side in a game played in the backdrop of Andy Last’s interview to take on the job permanently.
Then on Friday night Warrington Wolves’ unbeaten start to the season ended against a brilliant Wigan Warriors side in the rain in a game dominated by discussions about the video referee.
Elsewhere on Friday night Huddersfield Giants got back to winning ways in a tough battle against Catalans Dragons.
Champions St Helens meanwhile were beaten by a Hull KR side running red hot as Mikey Lewis and Jordan Abdull continue to shine.
Their big rivals Hull FC meanwhile suffered a seventh consecutive defeat as Leeds Rhinos impressed in a 34-10 win as Ash Handley bagged a brace.
Lastly, Leigh Leopards picked up their fourth win of the season to open up a huge gap between them and bottom club Wakefield Trinity.
In terms of injuries, Leeds fans could have been worried with Aidan Sezer, Nene MacDonald and Harry Newman all taken off. However, it isn’t serious for them but Sezer does have an ankle problem as well as lump on his head.
Meanwhile, Brad Singleton has “strained something” and is set for a scan according to Matt Peet.
Danny Addy is another player who has been hit with a hamstring problem after loads just prior to Easter.
Here’s a full round up:
Salford Red Devils vs Castleford Tigers
Danny Addy (Salford Red Devils) – Hamstring
Warrington Wolves vs Wigan Warriors
Brad Singleton (Wigan Warriors) – Strain
Sam Powell (Wigan Warriors) – Nose
Leeds Rhinos vs Hull FC
Aidan Sezer (Leeds Rhinos) – Head and Ankle
Nene MacDonald (Leeds Rhinos) – Tightness
Wakefield Trinity vs Leigh Leopards
Will Dagger (Wakefield Trinity)