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Summary

  1. Listen: BBC Radio York coverage of Featherstone Rovers v York City (18:00 BST)
  2. FT: Wigan 10-36 St Helens
  3. Grace scores hat-trick as Saints go four points clear at Super League summit
  4. Salford win 36-12 at second-placed Warrington
  5. Leeds move off bottom with 38-18 win against Huddersfield
  6. Logan with hat-trick in record 56-12 win for Hull FC over Rovers

Live Reporting

By Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

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  1. Agony and ecstasy

    FT: Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    St Helens celebrate

    So Saints and Hull FC enjoy the derby spoils in our feature games, while there were also impressive wins for Salford and Leeds.

    Easter is always a tough period, and it will be interesting to see how many of the teams can back up their success when they go into Monday's games.

    Saints lead the way at the top... who can stop them?

    Don't forget, the rugby league continues on this page with commentary from Featherstone against York - a cracker from the Championship.

    Until next time, goodbye.

  2. 'Against the best you have to be squeaky clean'

    FT: Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Quote Message: Everyone has to deal with it. When you play the best team in the competition you have to be squeaky clean and I felt we made too many errors. But we have a chance to go again on Monday and fix it. from Wigan coach Adrian Lam told Sky Sports
    Wigan coach Adrian Lam told Sky Sports
  3. 'Everyone's doing their job'

    FT: Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Quote Message: It's great to win today, we've not won here in a while. I think everyone's doing their job and when you have a side where everyone knows what they are doing and it is working at the moment. from St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook told Sky Sports
    St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook told Sky Sports
    St Helens' Dominique Peyroux
  4. 'I'm made up with my first hat-trick'

    FT: Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Quote Message: I'm made up with my first hat-trick. We played the game right, we were clinical, we had chances and we took them. The middles made an outstanding effort, I was blowing on the wing. Both teams went all out, every break, everyone was on their hands and knees and sucking air in. from St Helens winger Regan Grace told Sky Sports
    St Helens winger Regan Grace told Sky Sports
  5. Full time

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    St Helens go marching on at the top of Super League with a thoroughly convincing success against bitter rivals Wigan.

    High-class rugby league produced three tries for Regan Grace to add to scores from Tommy Makinson, James Roby and Lachlan Coote.

    Wigan showed flickers of class, with Zak Hardaker and George Williams running in scores, but they were well-beaten.

    The only concerns are injuries to Tom Davies and Jake Shorrocks for Wigan, and Mark Percival for Saints.

    Good Friday has been a great one for the Saints.

    St Helens
  6. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    We've had plenty of reminders as to why we love rugby league, and also reminders of how brutal the sport can be.

    Full-contact.

    Saints hold out Ben Flower and Romain Navarrete from close-range raids, turning the ball over in front of their raucous support.

    Seconds to go.

  7. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    This is actually a very sad end to a day of high-quality rugby league.

    Adrian Lam's face is unwavering, his mind no doubt racing with thoughts of this defeat but most likely, the concern for his player.

    There's plenty of gentle care for Jake Shorrocks, who is eventually placed on the stretcher and withdrawn, to respectful applause.

    Sin-binning for Dom Peyroux, who heads off the park.

  8. Post update

    FT: Leeds 38-18 Huddersfield

    Leeds Rhinos move off the bottom of the table with victory over Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield.

  9. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    There are no whoops and hollers on the Saints bench, Justin Holbrook actually looks pretty concerned about the injury to Jake Shorrocks.

    He looks like he's got a neck brace being applied.

    Saints fans are in party mode, but there are a fair few empty seats among the Wigan contingent as some fancy spending their Good Friday in happier surroundings.

    There are a few Saints fans in Shaun Edwards masks. Cruel humour...

  10. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Zak Hardaker's shirt fibres are tested to the limit as he's scragged.

    Then Saints are pinged after a not-so-well-executed shoulder-led tackle from Dom Peyroux which leaves Jake Shorrocks strewn on the turf.

    Painful and there is concern for the medical staff.

    It's been a real bruiser this.

  11. Post update

    FT: Warrington 12-36 Salford

    Salford with a HUGE win at the Halliwell Jones Stadium!

    Its shaping up to be a not so good Good Friday for Warrington, as that defeat is about to leave them four points adrift of Super League leaders St Helens...

  12. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    It's fair to say, a few Wigan players look defeated.

    Luke Thompson looked to swoop on a loose kick but knocked on, so Wigan do get a scrum.

    Two-and-a-half to go. Game in the bag.

  13. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Lachlan Coote cut through with another line-break and had the options flooding in support. Picked Jonny Lomax, who was tackled. Saints so close to a 40-point score.

    If it weren't so comfortable, he might have copped some stick for that.

    Saints got a penalty for holding, but the subsequent set ends with a knock-on close to the line.

  14. Post update

    Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Seven and a half to go. The frustrations are getting to Wigan, as Jonny Lomax and Zak Hardaker engage in a bit of verbal and slappery on the far side.

    Wigan get to tackle five, a couple of metres out, and the ball is spilled. Sums up their afternoon. Taulima Tautai could not draw the pill in.

  15. TRY: Wigan 10-36 St Helens

    Lachlan Coote, con Coote

    St Helens try

    Wigan have not only been beaten here on home turf, but they've also had their pockets picked as well.

    Kick went up and Lachlan Coote chased down Zak Hardaker, swooped and pinched the ball from his opposite number.

    Try, and game over.

  16. PENALTY: Wigan 10-30 St Helens

    Lachlan Coote

    Lachlan Coote makes it a 20-point ball-game here. Eleven minutes to go...

  17. Elsewhere...

    Warrington 12-36 Salford

    Less than five minutes remain of this one and Salford are closing in on a very big win against second-placed Warrington.

  18. Post update

    Wigan 10-28 St Helens

    Aaron Smith tries to burrow in from close range. Held out. Saints do get the penalty instead.

    Was that a try though?

  19. Post update

    Wigan 10-28 St Helens

    Wigan Warriors' Joe Greenwood

    Whether it's tiredness, whether they have lost heart, Wigan are starting to struggle to cope with Saints' movement and angles.

    Saints fans singing about Wigan's plight - 'going down' the refrain from the away end.

    That said, Wigan still look dangerous with the ball in hand.

  20. TRY: Wigan 10-28 St Helens

    Regan Grace, con Lachlan Coote

    HAT-TRICK FOR REGAN GRACE.

    Once again, Wigan dish the ball up, and Saints take full advantage.

    Ball was whipped out to the left edge, Zeb Taia buccaneering forward, and he found a pass to Grace.

    He shrugged off a tackle, saw it open up and scored. Stunning finish.

    Wigan have a mountain to climb now.

    Regan Grace try