Super League Round 10 2019 Review

Here is our Super League Round 10 2019 Review. Don’t forget we preview every Super League game including team news and form guides.

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Huddersfield 20-18 Castleford Tigers

Huddersfield (6) 20
Tries: Mellor 3 Goals: McIntosh 4
Castleford (8) 18
Tries: Eden, Cook Goals: Mata’utia 5

We expected a close game in this one and that is exactly what we got as Huddersfield came away with the points in a game that could have gone either way.

Neither side built up a lead that you think would ever be enough, with the lead swapping sides on numerous occasions but in the end it was Huddersfield who finished with their noses out front.

Wakefield Trinity 30-20 Wigan Warriors

Wakefield (16) 30
Tries: Jones-Bishop 2, Kopczak, Arundel, Jowitt Goals: Brough 5
Wigan (4) 20
Tries: Burgess 3, Williams Goals: Escare 2

Wakefield one yet again and despite a late attempted comeback from the Warriors it never looked in doubt but it will be Wakey who are the more worried ahead of the Easter Period after their injury hit and already small squad was hit by another 4 further injuries.

St Helens 38-12 Warrington Wolves

St Helens (20) 38
Tries: Percival, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Lomax, Lees, Grace, Makinson Goals: Coote 7
Warrington Wolves (6) 12
Tries: Austin, D Clark Goals: Ratchford 2

Whilst this may not have quite lived up to the game of the season billing we all gave it, it was a still a very very good game of rugby and one that showed at this point of the season, it is Saints who are the team to beat.

Warrington showed in patches just how good they can be but they never manage to put Saint sunder pressure for any sustained spells whilst Saints showed there quality from minute 1 to minute 80 and looked very comfortable in the lead.

Catalans Dragons 30-31 Hull FC

Catalans Dragons (8) 30
Tries: Gigot, Baitieri, Garcia, Yaha, Kasiano Goals: Tomkins 5
Hull FC (18) 31
Tries: Brown, Wynne, Griffin 2, Faraimo Goals: Sneyd 5 Drop-Goal: Sneyd

This was a game that both teams tried to lose as much as they tried to win but in the end it was arguably the referee who won the game for Hull FC and lost it for Les Dracs.

The game was close throughout but before the break Hull FC managed to pull out a decent lead, only for the home side to pull it back quickly in the second half.

With the chance to get out to a match winning lead, the Dragons had a try ruled out in baffling circumstances by the video ref and that spurred Hull FC on to the win as the boos rained down on the field.

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