Here is our Super League Round 6 2020 Review. Don’t forget we preview every Super League game including team news and form guides.
Leeds Rhinos 66-12 Toronto Wolfpack
Leeds (36) 66
Tries: Dwyer, Myler, Gale 2, Lui 2, Handley, Smith, Oledzki, Cuthbertson, Hurrell Goals: Martin 11
Toronto (6) 12
Tries: McCrone, Wells Goals: O’Brien 2
As you would expect from the score line, this was a dominant display from start to finish by the Rhinos.
The game was every good and bad about the Wolfpack as they loved to throw the ball around in attack but had no interest in defending whilst the Rhinos never let up.
Wakefield Trinity 26-27 Hull FC
Wakefield (6) 26
Tries: Atkins 2, Pitts, Johnstone 2 Goals: Jowitt 3
Hull FC (20) 27
Tries: Fonua, Shaul, Buchanan, Kelly Goals: Sneyd 5 Drop-goal: Sneyd
Wakefield opened the soring but it was the away side who seemingly had the match wrapped up by half time but on a night of close matches, there was an exciting second half to come.
Wakefield just never gave up and with some great tries, including anther spectacular Tom Johnstone effort, the hosts got themselves back into the game and took things into extra time.
From there it was Hull FC who showed the sot composure and score the winner through Marc Sneyd but this was a game that both will take lots of positives and confidence from.
St Helens 10-12 Huddersfield Giants
St Helens (10) 10
Tries: Thompson, Knowles Goals: Makinson
Huddersfield (6) 12
Tries: O’Brien, Wardle Goals: Sezer 2
The Giants showed a great return to form and that they are a team to reckon with this year as they went to the home of the champions and came away with a win.
Huddersfield opened the scoring before Saints hit back but it was the away side who controlled the second half and impressed with a composed finish to come away with a narrow win.
Warrington Wolves 9-8 Castleford Tigers
Warrington (4) 9
Tries: Lineham Goals: Ratchford 2 Drop-goal: Austin
Castleford (2) 8
Tries: Penalty Goals: Richardson 2
Both teams showed a strong defence throughout this tight game but both also seemed to panic when attacking.
It was no surprise therefore that this was a low scoring game but it was also an entertaining game that sadly dropped off in the last 5 minutes as both teams went all out for the drop goal to win the game.
After miss after miss after miss, it was Blake Austin who finally got the ball through the H for the win.
Catalans Dragons 30-14 Salford Red Devils
Catalans (18) 30
Tries: Whitley 2, McIlorum, Yaha, Tierney
Goals: Maloney 4
Salford (0) 14
Tries: Sio 2, Evalds
Goals: Lolohea, Sio
This matched showed the best and worst of both teams as the Dragons raced out to an 18-0 lead to show there great attack this season and to highlight how poor Salford have started games.
Then Salford got themselves back into the game in the second half before to highlight the lapse in concentration that so often thwarts the hosts before there quality shone through once more to pick up the points in an entertaining game.
Wigan Warriors 30-16 Hull KR
Wigan (18) 30
Tries: Hastings 2, Farrell, Powell, Marshall Goals: Hardaker 3
Hull KR (12) 16
Tries: Ryan, Minikin, Brierley Goals: Brierley 2
The injury hit Robins put in a strong performance against a quality Wigan team but despite keeping themselves in the game for the first 45-50 minutes, in the end the extra quality of the Warriors came to the fore and the hosts ran out to an ultimately comfortable win.