12/03/2018 Super League Show


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12/03/2018

Highlights from the Super League. Leeds v Hull FC, Warrington v St Helens, Wigan v Wakefield, Widnes v Huddersfield, Catalans v Hull KR and Castleford v Salford.


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Need 2018 season continues, it is

around five and hear what is we know

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about the 12 teams so far.

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What a start for St Helens. My word

has he got it. Yell

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another try.

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Great try for Hull.

20 unanswered

points.

Salford level!

Look at the

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pace here.

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Our inside view on six more matches

comes from the Hull FC rugby manager

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Gareth Ellis and Luke Robinson. The

leaders when it all kicked off her

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St Helens and they took their

perfect record to Warrington.

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Add dummy half, St Helens looking

likely here at the moment. Megginson

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cutting back, looking for any signs

of weakness in this Warrington

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defence. Attack into eventually

managed to stop them. With the help

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of a couple of others. Step back on

that left-hand side and a charge for

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the line. St Helens first try. Don't

they were pleased. St Helens up and

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running. Warrington switching it

back. Back on the inside. Really

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testing them out. Philbin held up.

Clark is here. Spelling it back

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again, Roberts with the kick, high

and hanging, questions being asked

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and it's going to be a touchdown by

Tony King. Not backwards, no need

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for the video referee. Warrington

respond. Roby barking at

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instructions here. Walmsley.

Settling St Helens forward again.

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They get a penalty, too much going

on after the tackle was completely,

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Philbin hanging on for too long.

Chance to give his side the lead

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here by two points. Eminently

capable. 30 metres out. Between the

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sticks, big kick from Richardson.

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It's been allowed to bounce here. St

Helens might get it back, they do,

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it's dropped on by Percival. Mistake

right at the start of the second

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half from Warrington. St Helens

giving themselves a wonderful

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opportunity. Roby. Numbers moving on

that right-hand side. Duck for the

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line by Lomax. You can see how close

he is, Roby against spinning it

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back. Back on the inside for

McCarthy-Scarsbrook to drive in.

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Warrington desperately defending on

their online, Roby is up and scores.

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He has embarrassed the Warrington

defence with the run from dummy

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half. What started to the second for

St Helens.

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Good yards gained, only five away

from the St Helens line. Clark

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Waits. St Helens coming off the

line, the kick towards the left hand

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side, up for the arms, wonderful

pass and scores in the corner. King

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doing wonderfully well. The referee

not entirely sure at this stage.

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He's going to go to the screen. He

thinks it's a try. It's great work

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on the floor, I don't think the

tackle was complete and Harvey

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Livett has stayed in the field of

play. It is a Warrington try. Just

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what they needed. Harvey Livett the

scorer. Swift. Theo Fages from a

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straightened up down the middle by

Luke Thompson, good carry again by

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him. Getting St Helens closer and

closer. Roby looks to his left. What

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a wonderfully weighted pass that is

from Barbour and Mark Percival over

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to finish. Delicious delivery from

Barbour which gave Percival his

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chance. Watch this. Timed to

absolute perfection, drawing in

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defenders and Percival is over.

Roby. In again by Kyle a more.

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Wanted to get up and play the ball

quickly. Might have been asking for

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a penalty but he's not got it,

Richardson is having a run, he's

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flying away and he's got support on

the left-hand side. The kick, it's

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going to be Percival for the

hat-trick. Mark Percival's

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hat-trick, his second of the season.

Jumps for joy, St Helens in control.

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Richardson the runner, you could see

the referee with his arm in the air,

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porches hold down the middle and

then the wherewithal and the boys to

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deliver the kick per Percival to

finish. Here is Roby. St Helens

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finishing this game strongly, Lomax

back to Barbour asking a few

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questions, gets the off-load the

Percival, Brit steal of the kick N

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and Richardson will finish. St

Helens finishing on a high. They are

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going to win this at a canter

despite the early resistance from

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Warrington. St Helens remain

unbeaten at the top of the tree.

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Was there a poisoned patience about

that victory?

I think so, going

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back, Saints renowned for going in

for a try and then exploding with a

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few more and the freely at the game

is gone, but Warrington came back

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into that game but St Helens

believed in what they were doing and

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they eventually pulled away.

Kyle

and Moore was on the programme a few

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weeks ago and described Richardson

as cocky, does he show you all the

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attributes of going all the way?

Of

course, I like to see youngsters

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coming in, at the end of the day he

is the architect, he is the piano

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player. With the skill said he has

got I don't see why he wouldn't be

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confident. He can kick the ball, he

can pass, he has got great vision

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and seems an all-round player for

me. Another great half-back who has

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been introduced.

Real poise about

his play.

There are a lot of young

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kids in this team and I think St

Helens are seeing the fruits of our

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really good academy setup, they have

had a dominant team for the last few

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years. They are starting to come

through the St Helens Academy system

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together and now they've got to the

first team together so they are

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looking good.

Saints going very

nicely, it goes without saying, what

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do you make of Warrington, they've

had good bits and not so good bets,

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being in games then falling away. We

need to work on our tackle control

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they say?

I think that means slowed

the opposition down in which every

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team tries to do. They've been a bit

up and down, that is worse since

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been good, the consistency

throughout the 80 minutes and

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throughout the games they played and

that is what Warrington will be

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striving for. They have got the

players that can do that, proven

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players at international level but

that is what Steve Price will be

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wanting, more consistency.

No end to

St Helens perfect start to the

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season but what about Wakefield?

They were looking to make it five

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out of five at Wigan. History was

made as Tara Jones became the first

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female official in Super League, she

was the end goal judge.

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COMMENTATOR: Right-to-left here.

Running into traffic. Wigan plugging

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away, still in range. Miller, he can

be a threat. The shape is good. Ben

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Jones-Bishop will not be stopped

from there. Stunning finish.

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Wakefield in front. Slow play the

ball, he cleared the ruck and then

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Tyler Randle plays for the penalty

and it's been given. That will not

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go down well. He pleads with the

referee. But the penalty is awarded.

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And Liam Finn will just tip over the

two. Come away to the left side,

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good hands, into the corner. The

Wigan right back in it now. Powell.

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Away to the left side, fired all

this time well wrapped up. Sam

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Tomkins. Back to the middle. Against

his old club Wigan go in front.

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Pendulum swinging back Wakefield 's

way. Better the swinging arm, lovely

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off-load.

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Randall. The option on the

right-hand side is good and Ben

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Jones-Bishop gets his second. Really

sharp hands. Sharp as a tack.

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Powell. Williams. They kept quiet so

far, great hands, Tomkins to

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Burgess, try number two for him.

Wigan have a 4-point lead. All

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climb. Through the hands. Tomkins

again, fine work to put Tom Davis in

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the corner. The lead edges further

ahead again. Warlock Linda Williams,

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Wakefield struggling to contain

Wigan. Opens up the traps, Joe

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Burgess with the hat-trick. He made

sure of that one. Wakefield

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desperate to claw their way back

into this game. Going on a raid.

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Great off-load, and crashes over.

They are not done yet. Thomas

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Leuluai. Into the hands of all

Flynn. Slow play the ball and I

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think the penalty is coming. The

message is take the two. Sam Tomkins

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to finish it off perhaps. 13-18,

Wigan and Wakefield's unbeaten run.

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to finish it off perhaps. 13-18,

Wigan and Wakefield's unbeaten run.

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Testament to how well Wakefield have

started the season that they are

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disappointed to go to Wigan and not

get a result.

And they will be, the

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standards they have set over the

last few years have risen

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dramatically. As much as they would

have looked at that game and felt we

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could go there and win I don't think

they should be too disappointed.

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Great start to the year and I'm sure

they will be looking to get back to

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winning ways.

Will it be key to

those top four aspirations they

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clearly have two bounce back next

week?

Yeah, and that's the thing.

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You don't want to be a reactive

team. Going to Wigan away is a tough

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proposition for any team never mind

Wakefield so they will be looking

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forward to next week and hopefully

getting back to getting a W next to

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their name.

Some top pins -- Sam

Tomkins pretty much instrumental to

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everything, what you make of the

system?

He's going back to the old

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Sam Tomkins were seized challenging

defenders. An under Orthodox sort of

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of play. They're just tinkering at

the moment are whether they will

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stick with it, the wanted to get all

these players into the game.

Wants a

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more attacking style and it seems to

be working.

Yes, once it's a defence

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of structure and once it's there

attacking flair and I'm not sure

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which one he's going to stick with.

It seems to be trial and error at

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the moment but it is giving him

options.

One to watch out for as the

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season goes on. Leeds Rhinos first

game since the Super League

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semifinals last year, their

opponents as they were in the

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play-offs were Hull FC. They met in

the semifinals of both competitions

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last season, in the Challenge Cup

the black-and-white prevailed with a

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comfortable win en route to

retaining the trophy. In the Super

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League semifinals it was a different

story, the Rhinos progressed to Old

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Trafford and gland final glory.

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COMMENTATOR: Hull there to keep this

go forward down to a minimum. Little

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slip. Better than easier tackle

target than he might have been. Up

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goes the kick, here comes the

challenge. Watkins has caught it and

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Watkins scores. Wasn't much of a

challenge in the air because Watkins

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dominated. Opening try of the night.

Five minutes played. Stoked drive

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forward here by Singleton. Waiting a

dummy half. Across the line that

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they created with the numbers, he

will love that moment against his

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former side. Hesitation in the

celebration. We have to look again.

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Try given on the field. They are

looking for obstruction but I think

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it's a plane misread. Left such a

gap out there and nothing that Jamie

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Shaul could do to stop him from

scoring and the try is confirmed.

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Two scores mac and over Leeds in the

opening 15. They have got a bit of

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width here. But they are going to be

held up for the moment. Sixth tackle

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is the next so it's going to be the

kick which Sneed sends ADL, Griffin

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underneath it. Little chip and its

going to be Logan who finishes. Is

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this going to be given? Again we go

to the video referee. No try. They

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are looking for offside, for this

kick here. It's a question as to

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whether Logan was offside. This

might give us a more clear view.

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There is the kick. It is tight. And

its no try. Not given.

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Shifted towards the left-hand side

with a bit of venom and verve from

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Hull. Ten away. Leeds coming off the

line quickly, grubber kick in

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behind, it is going to be Hadley who

gets there first. The referee again

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going for video confirmation one way

or the other. Picked up cleanly, no

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doubt about that, touched down in

cleanly. I think the try will be

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given year. Hull cover first try.

Right under the sticks. Out it

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comes. Leeds under pressure. Hull

playing all the influence they can

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here to try to get themselves over

again before the break. Spelling it

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back. Little double pump, Griffin is

over. Josh Griffin powering in. It's

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an instant replay required again.

They are looking at the obstruction

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on Ablett. Certainly contact but

whether he had any involvement, they

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are not going to give this. Griffin

denied. Singleton passing away,

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Ablett in support. Here comes

Parcell. Leeds beating numbers on

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the left-hand side. It's a good

trick of hand. Answered over the

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top. Little chip all, is this going

to be a try for Jamie Jones

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Buchanan? Has he got it down? I

think he has. Here we go again.

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Another decision required for the

man upstairs. Offside here. Clearly

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ahead of the ball and it's given as

no try. Out and active. The step

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almost slicing through. Look how

close the liners. Trying to batter

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other way over. Here comes the last.

Back to Meyler whose chip is

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flighted superbly well. Connor has

caught it, just as well. Hang on.

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The referee is having another look

here. Cholera was getting ready to

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race and take the tap but the

referee has got the touch judge in

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his year. What are you looking at.

Was that a push? Was that a push?

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They have given the penalty and

Leeds are taking the tap. Finding

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themselves through Delaney in an

excellent position here. Slammed in

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again by Singleton. Here is Parcell

again. Meyler with the short pass

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and back on the inside comes Kallum

Watkins. Wonderful angle, wonderful

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try to celebrate. Second of the

night for Kallum Watkins. Little

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shocked the soft shoe shuffle from

Golding. Carried up towards that

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line again. Watkins with a little

pass back again and Briscoe picks a

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path to score. Denied in the first

half but now against his former club

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he does get a try, Tom Briscoe. He

will be delighted at that I am sure.

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Sneed puts it back, little juggle by

Jamie Shaul but he's kept it alive.

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Looking back towards the middle, one

or two gaps here if Hull can move it

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wide. Stepping inside again but

Griffin is dragged down. It's a

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short one, close to the line, Leeds

defence didn't quite work ready for

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it and I think Jordan Abdull feels

he's scored and he is backed up and

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his confidence by the referee

pointing the finger. It's been a

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great response to the dying embers

of the game here. Taylor put down.

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Shifting and wide. There is the

kick. Briscoe cannot get there. It

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was Briscoe who got the last touch

the referee decides. Here comes

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Meyler. The clock on the side of

Leeds at the moment, would not have

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thought there was time for Hull to

get a couple of tries in what

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remains of the game. Great to carry.

Offered in but taken wide. Taken

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wide and the finish. Probably too

little, too late with time running

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out and it might not even be a try

because we got to look at this

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again. Let's have another look,

looks to be getting this down. He

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has got this down. This will be a

try. So it narrows the gap. But you

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would suggest Leeds have done enough

to hang on here now. You can hear

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the countdown from the fans, this

should be the last tackle of the

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game and it is. They did well to

clear the snow here at Headingley.

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They have done well to get a good

crowd in here tonight and Leeds have

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done well to get a win against Hull

FC. I'm not sure which of

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take this. A few years ago we got

our knickers in a twist about

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obstruction, by letter of the law it

was obstruction with Kyle Ablett,

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but they didn't seem to make any

sense to anybody?

I understand if a

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player is getting taken off the ball

and is obstructing him getting to

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the ball are getting involved in the

play. When it's

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the ball are getting involved in the

play. When it's so far away from the

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actual play itself I think a little

bit of common sense has to prevail.

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15, 20, 30 metres from the play.

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bit of common sense has to prevail.

15, 20, 30 metres from the play.

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It's a dead set try. Everyone knows

that a try.

The worrying thing for

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me is we have this conversation

every year where we picked up,

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correct me if I'm wrong but every

team does the same place, they all

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have a dummy runner going through

and it desired affect the pull

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defenders in. When it happened so

far away from the line it's a bit of

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common sense. There are not going to

get involved in the tackle.

Make it

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easy for all of us. Richie Myler

settling in well

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easy for all of us. Richie Myler

settling in well at Leeds, IDS is

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kicking game?

He reminds me very

much of Danny McGuire in his career

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and how he developed. Started well,

there were a few questions about

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whether he could take up the mantle

of the great Danny McGuire and he

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seems to have stepped up and grabbed

it with both hands. He seems to be,

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his kicking game is great, he is

patient, orchestrating a lot of the

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attack, the good stuff happening

around Leeds and I think he's been a

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revelation.

Talking about the St

Helens use policy bearing

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revelation.

Talking about the St

Helens use policy bearing fruit but

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it is really bearing fruit for you

guys particularly with the injuries

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you have got.

It was a really

positive thing coming out of the

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game, the amount of young lads we

are almost forced to play because of

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injuries but it gives them a chance

to play and some of our players,

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Jack Logan has not played for two

years and he was out there looking

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good. Jordan Abdull, good to see him

back after a loan spell last year

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and pulling the strings when we were

at our best in the second half. Some

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real positives to come out of the

game.

Next up Leeds is a trip to old

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rivals St Helens on Friday.

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Wayne Bennett named his lead England

performance squad last week, two

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Engle list based -- Windows-based

hookers. James Roby as good if not

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better than ever?

I think he is one

of the greatest players to have

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played Super League. The form at the

moment is as good as it has ever

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been. To give you an insight into

what he is looking at, James Roby,

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as any good hooker they are looking

at are the markers set? If not he

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will pick the ball up and

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will pick the ball up and explore

that space. That bit of a gap. The

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only way to defend it is plug the

gap, but he comes off the inside

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foot, picks up Jon Wilkin with a

great pass, great vision and great

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awareness to find the centre. Here

again, he's just looking, first port

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of call is our other markers and are

they say it because if not he's

0:28:150:28:19

darting into this. St Helens have

been exposing teams but it is as

0:28:190:28:24

much down to James Roby as anyone

else. He plays with tempo, fast to

0:28:240:28:28

slow, slow to fast. Then on the flip

side of it, in the defensive work

0:28:280:28:34

keys man in the middle. They tried

to expose him but he's a great

0:28:340:28:38

defender, gets a square on and makes

great contact. He's realised, trying

0:28:380:28:46

to get 13 man defensive line, James

Roby has realised, better

0:28:460:28:52

perception, not only dummy with the

ball but the feet. Exposed the

0:28:520:28:56

full-back.

0:28:560:28:58

ball but the feet. Exposed the

full-back.

He has got the most runs

0:28:590:29:02

out of dummy half, Daryl Clark has

played a game more and he is second.

0:29:020:29:07

Do you think with Daryl Clark

Warrington are trying to work more

0:29:070:29:10

on using the strength?

He's one of

the best attacking weapons, his days

0:29:100:29:16

at Castleford, a site not playing

particularly well, he's looking for

0:29:160:29:23

the same things James Roby is. He's

got a wicked left

0:29:230:29:27

the same things James Roby is. He's

got a wicked left footstep. He

0:29:270:29:28

prefers to go to his left. You can

see going down the right side as

0:29:280:29:32

well. He's a great thread with the

ball, trying to get out, trying to

0:29:320:29:37

engage the defenders and Warrington

have been renowned for years playing

0:29:370:29:43

off off-load, it's something they

can utilise. Daryl Clark being as

0:29:430:29:46

you can be so electric. Trying to

expose that space around the back of

0:29:460:29:52

the ruck. Back to his best to do you

think?

0:29:520:29:55

the ruck. Back to his best to do you

think? I don't think so at this

0:29:560:29:58

time, he still a very good player

and deserves to be in the England

0:29:580:30:01

setup.

Josh Frodsham injured at the

moment and he's not bad either.

0:30:010:30:07

Let's see if the Huddersfield Giants

can get back to winning ways against

0:30:070:30:14

Widnes Vikings.

0:30:140:30:16

COMMENTATOR: We know what is coming

here, it's going to be high and

0:30:180:30:22

testing. He's fumbled it and there

is Hinchcliffe to touch it down. The

0:30:220:30:28

Huddersfield Giants go in front.

Danny Brough pivotal to everything

0:30:280:30:35

another testing kick. Touched down,

this time. Penalty to Huddersfield

0:30:350:30:44

Giants, half an hour gone. Danny

Brough extends the lead.

0:30:440:30:48

Good ball into Oliver Roberts hands,

is he going to spin and put that

0:30:520:30:56

down? That is soft from Widnes.

Looking to break out here for the

0:30:560:31:02

Huddersfield Giants. Fourth man,

that was a horror tackle and the

0:31:020:31:10

punishment is suitable. Red card.

Danny Brough has been a mess --

0:31:100:31:23

menace. Jermaine McGilvary gets his

try. Widnes have not laid a finger

0:31:230:31:33

on the Giants here but that is a

better position and there is Joe

0:31:330:31:36

Mellor. And body. The Joe Mellor.

Sweeping kick. McGilvary underneath

0:31:360:31:45

it, the ball bounces loose. Have

they got the options on the left

0:31:450:31:52

hand side? Super finish. Danny

Brough once again edging the Giants

0:31:520:32:01

brother in front. Perhaps a bit

awkward there. Stayed down, Ryan

0:32:010:32:15

Hinchcliffe the man who peeled away

from it. I think for that tackle

0:32:150:32:20

Ryan Hinchcliffe will get ten

minutes in the them. Widnes come

0:32:200:32:28

forward. Gilmour. Lovely wraparound

play to handle array, looping pass

0:32:280:32:34

to the corner. Got it all to do and

the finish is wonderful. Yet another

0:32:340:32:42

penalty for Danny Brough who's been

the architect for the Huddersfield

0:32:420:32:46

Giants tonight.

0:32:460:32:47

the architect for the Huddersfield

Giants tonight. Widnes indiscipline

0:32:470:32:48

costing them again. Danny Brough has

signed another one-year deal,

0:32:480:32:53

absolutely crucial to you isn't he?

His kicking game was exceptional.

0:32:530:33:00

Against the Widnes team which

started the season exceptionally

0:33:000:33:03

well. Throwing the ball out,

exciting play. Just did not click, I

0:33:030:33:08

think it was down to our defence.

The defence, we were good around the

0:33:080:33:14

ruck, got off the line and got them

face and created a lot of, forced a

0:33:140:33:18

of errors.

You have blown hot and

cold in some matches, were you a bit

0:33:180:33:26

more consistent through the 80

minutes?

That has been the talk of

0:33:260:33:29

the season for us so far, attacking

right for 20 minutes then struggling

0:33:290:33:35

defensively, then struggled

defensively and vice versa. Back and

0:33:350:33:38

forth. But we had an 80 minutes

where it wasn't great but we were

0:33:380:33:43

consistent.

A nasty injury to come

back from, is he looking more like

0:33:430:33:49

his old self?

He's very instinctive

with how he plays, he plays best

0:33:490:33:55

with a smile on his face. One side

of the field to the other side,

0:33:550:34:03

chasing kicks, diving fireballs he

should not be anywhere near the

0:34:030:34:07

vicinity. When he has a smile on his

face he is happy, plays great for us

0:34:070:34:11

and plays real good the other night.

Denis Betts saying it's as bad

0:34:110:34:16

performance as they had all season,

do you put that to one side do you

0:34:160:34:20

pick through the bones of it as a

coach?

You're picking through the

0:34:200:34:24

bones are looking for reasons why.

Getting off to a good start in the

0:34:240:34:29

game is crucial to how the game pans

out as it goes on. They will be

0:34:290:34:35

looking at that as an area of

improvement for next week.

They

0:34:350:34:41

started the season exceptionally

well but they have got a young lad

0:34:410:34:43

in that squad, they have all played

very well but it's difficult for

0:34:430:34:46

young lads to back it up every week

and I don't know that was maybe one

0:34:460:34:51

game too far so far?

Now to the

Jungle were today John Wells has

0:34:510:34:56

been appointed director of rugby,

Steve Gilles stepping down as chief

0:34:560:35:01

executive in May. The Tigers had

their third consecutive home game on

0:35:010:35:04

Sunday when Salford were in town.

0:35:040:35:07

Castleford looking for the third win

in a row and got off to the ideal

0:35:100:35:15

start, Michael Shenton barging his

way over for the game 's opening try

0:35:150:35:18

with five minutes played. The home

side soon doubled the lead while

0:35:180:35:25

Salford remain camped on their

online. Paul McShane's meet grubber

0:35:250:35:31

kick and James Clay was there for a

last-gasp pounds. Little respect for

0:35:310:35:37

Salford but with 15 minutes played a

careless spear tackle from Oliver

0:35:370:35:40

Holmes gave the referee little

option but to send him to the

0:35:400:35:44

sin-bin and the Red Devils had a man

advantage. They were not able to

0:35:440:35:49

make it count, a Luke Gale penalty

nudging the Tigers further ahead and

0:35:490:35:53

more to come. On the half-hour mark

the book came into play again, the

0:35:530:35:57

grubber took a wicked ricochet and a

couple bumbles later touched down.

0:35:570:36:04

After a quiet opening half Salford

came out with intent in the second,

0:36:040:36:08

binding the gap in the Tigers

defence and the visitors finally on

0:36:080:36:11

the scoreboard. Salford struggling

to find momentum, Caddell 's words

0:36:110:36:16

continued to press with some

tensions and frustrations bubbling

0:36:160:36:20

the referee was forced to intervene

again. The grapple on the ground

0:36:200:36:26

between Logan Tomkins and Grant

Millington turned into a wrestling

0:36:260:36:29

demonstration with players piling

into try to break up the action.

0:36:290:36:36

Both Tompkins and Millington were

sent to the sidelines for ten

0:36:360:36:39

minutes. The penalty extended the

lead further and the game looked

0:36:390:36:50

dead and buried. The Jake Bibby try

in the 79th minute was scant

0:36:500:36:54

consolation for Salford who fans

will be the third went from four

0:36:540:37:01

keeps them in touch.

0:37:010:37:04

Do you think they are feeling their

way into the season now, Castleford?

0:37:080:37:12

I think so, there was always going

to be a lot of expectation matter

0:37:120:37:16

how they played last season. Any

team that has had that sort of

0:37:160:37:20

season it's always a challenge

getting the players are ready and

0:37:200:37:23

right for the coming year. I am sure

Darryll will not be too disappointed

0:37:230:37:28

with the loss at St Helens after

seeing how well they have gone I

0:37:280:37:37

think...

They have a hangover from

the diamond formation, it's probably

0:37:370:37:48

taken a bit of adjustment to the way

they've played on to the broad in.

0:37:480:37:54

Jamie Ellis is exceptional and so is

Truman but it will take a while to

0:37:540:38:04

rumours that others might be going,

instability behind the scenes is

0:38:040:38:08

going to affect those players isn't

it. A bed of unrest at the top, we

0:38:080:38:19

were talking fair, they've not been

playing bad rubbish.

Salford have

0:38:190:38:24

not been that far off, the structure

and the style of the way the play,

0:38:240:38:32

entertaining, lapses in

concentration now and again.

If you

0:38:320:38:36

enjoyed what happen when Hull KR

played cattle and three weeks ago

0:38:360:38:39

when you are in luck because they

played again on Saturday.

0:38:390:38:41

There was an era of tension in this

game of cattle and still looking for

0:38:440:38:49

the first win and Hull KR only their

second. Defence is on top so early

0:38:490:38:54

points were just an exchange of

penalties. More point still to come

0:38:540:39:01

before them, Chris Atkins kick taken

in the air by George Lawler who

0:39:010:39:06

scored the resulting conversion

major it was all square at

0:39:060:39:10

half-time. Like the start of the

first half it was a story of

0:39:100:39:12

penalties being the only points at

the start of the second with

0:39:120:39:15

discipline having a growing impact.

First Ryan Shaw putting Rovers ahead

0:39:150:39:19

by two points. Then just three

minutes later Lucas Albert showed he

0:39:190:39:25

brought his kicking boots as well to

bring the scores level again. With

0:39:250:39:33

the game continued to be tight it

was a further penalty which

0:39:330:39:36

separated the sides just before the

hour mark, Alberta once again making

0:39:360:39:40

the chance countered that the home

side in front but still buy the

0:39:400:39:43

narrow margins. Eventually the first

try of the second half came and it

0:39:430:39:51

was the Dragons with the crucial

breakthrough, perfectly weighted

0:39:510:39:53

high kick to the corner taken and

daylight opened up. But Rovers were

0:39:530:39:59

not done yet. An awkward bounce from

Danny McGuire was mopped up by

0:39:590:40:03

Justin Carney. With a quarter of an

hour to go it was levelled again. In

0:40:030:40:11

the end the game was settled after

controversy. Michael McIlorum's pass

0:40:110:40:17

string to Maurice Blair who was on

his knees beside him. And angry

0:40:170:40:25

Rovers coach Tim Sheens felt it was

a deliberate act targeting a player

0:40:250:40:29

to earn a penalty. The referee

disagreed and Alberta made no

0:40:290:40:34

mistake with the conversion to give

cattle and their first win of the

0:40:340:40:36

season to the relief of the home

fans and no doubt the player and

0:40:360:40:40

coach Steve McNamara.

0:40:400:40:41

fans and no doubt the player and

coach Steve McNamara. Wasn't a

0:40:410:40:45

classic game, was that clever or

against the spirit of the game?

It's

0:40:450:40:50

just negative, I don't think it

should be in the rules. The rules

0:40:500:40:56

Digg page to get away but I think a

chilling negative.

Might it creep

0:40:560:41:04

back in? We saw one in the other

game.

I thought we had addressed it

0:41:040:41:10

last year when we said it would not

be accepted. I am sure he was not a

0:41:100:41:15

happy man after the weekend.

And

quickly how big a relief to get the

0:41:150:41:20

win for Catalan?

Especially at home,

they have made it a fortress for a

0:41:200:41:24

number of years so to get the win

and build momentum they will

0:41:240:41:28

definitely be happy.

Relief all

round. You could sense it at the

0:41:280:41:32

end. Everyone is a winner in 2018

and how his things stand in the

0:41:320:41:38

table.

0:41:380:41:39

That's it for now, my thanks to

Gareth and look for joining us, join

0:41:540:41:57

us next week if you can but until

then for all of us, goodbye.

0:41:570:42:03

Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from round five of the Super League.

Leeds meet Hull FC at Headingley. The teams met in the semi-finals of both competitions last season with one win apiece, as Hull progressed to win the Challenge Cup and Leeds went on to win the Super League title. They are once again amongst the favourites to be involved at the top of the table this season.

Warrington are at home to St Helens, with the visitors looking to continue their remarkable Super League record against the Wolves. The teams have met 60 times in the competition's history, and St Helens have won 45 of those matches. There was a win for Warrington though in their last meeting, with the Wolves running out winners by 40 points to 18 in May. Wakefield look for another win on the road when they go to Wigan, Widnes play Huddersfield, Catalans face Hull KR and Castleford are at home to Salford.