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Live Reporting

By Jay Freeman

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    FT: Warrington 10-21 St Helens

    St Helens celebrate

    And with that, we end another stellar night of action in Super League.

    And what have we learned? St Helens are indeed a force to be reckoned with and in this battle of the top two, Justin Holbrook's side padded their lead at the top to a whopping eight points. Does the League Leaders' Shield await?

    Wakefield and Wigan picked up wins elsewhere in Super League this evening, but the story of the season could have been written at the Halliwell Jones Stadium tonight.

    And that's where we leave you for now. Thank you for joining us.

  2. 'You win some, you lose some'

    FT: Warrington 10-21 St Helens

    Warrington head coach Steve Price told Sky Sports:

    "I'm proud of the guys. It was a tough game of football and you get limited opportunities against quality opposition.

    "We didn't get a lot of opportunities to execute our plays.

    "Sometimes you win some, sometimes you don't. Credit where it's due I thought they were fantastic tonight, as were a lot of our players."

  3. 'You have to take your chances'

    FT: Warrington 10-21 St Helens

    St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook told Sky Sports:

    "What a tough game. That's the toughest game I've been involved in, two quality sides not wanting to give an inch.

    "We were in some dark places towards the end of that game and we kept turning up tries to win the game.

    "You have to take your chances, you don't get many especially against a quality side like Warrington."

  4. 'We found a little more energy'

    FT: Warrington 10-21 St Helens

    St Helens half-back Jonny Lomax told Sky Sports:

    "They were definitely on top for the first 20-25 and we had to dig deep as they started with intensity.

    "We kept hanging in there and we got our rewards for it. As a team collectively it was the togetherness there wasn't an individual who stood out.

    "In close games there's not much between two teams, it's the intensity it comes down to and in moments we found a little more energy."

  5. Full time: Warrington 10-21 St Helens

    All over at the Halliwell Jones and, right as the full-time hooter sounds, Lachlan Coote kicks over a penalty to add another two points to their tally.

    That was some advert for rugby league, alright. St Helens extend their lead at the Super League summit to eight points.

    Warrington put up a fight but they were undone in a frantic finale after an edgy 70 or so minutes.

  6. Full time: Wakefield 36-10 Huddersfield

    Wakefield's five-match losing run in Super League is at an end, with Tyler Randell's hat-trick helping them to victory over Huddersfield.

    A late drop-goal from Jacob Miller completed the scoring for Trinity.

  7. TRY: Warrington 10-19 St Helens

    Alex Walmsley, con Coote

    My word what an end to this match.

    Alex Walmsley turns and dives over for St Helens, thwarting the efforts of four Warrington players attempting to hold him up.

    Lachlan Coote makes no mistake with the boot to add the extras.

  8. TRY: Warrington 10-13 St Helens

    Jake Mamo

    What a game!

    Jake Mamo, take a bow. What a way to redeem yourself! St Helens fall asleep moments after Lachlan Coote's drop goal, Mamo picks the ball up on the sidelines and runs in with ease.

    However, Dec Patton somehow misses an easy conversion and Saints maintain a three-point lead.

    A fun final five minutes awaits..


    Warrington 6-13 St Helens

    Lachlan Coote kicks a late drop goal for the extra point much to the joy of the St Helens supporters in atttendance.

  10. Full time: Wigan 28-12 Salford

    All over at the DW Stadium as Wigan go fourth in Super League with that win over Salford.

    Liam Marshall scored twice for Warriors, while Joe Greenwood, Zak Hardaker and Oliver Partington also crossed.

  11. TRY: Warrington 6-12 St Helens

    Luke Thompson

    My my, this could be the clincher! A huge Jake Mamo mistake, after he spills a high ball from a huge Jonny Lomax tackle, and allows Luke Thompson to pick up possession and waltz on over the line.

    Lachlan Coote adds the two and Justin Holbrook's side have overturned Warrington's lead heading into the final 10 minutes.

  12. TRY: Wigan 28-12 Salford

    Oliver Partington, con Chris Hankinson

    Wigan have wrapped up victory too as Oliver Partington powers over from close range.

  13. Post update

    Warrington 6-6 St Helens

    There's barely anything to separate these two sides on what's been a boiling hot, draining evening in Warrington.

    Have the conditions contributed to how tight this game is? You be the judge, but we've seen some superb defensive rugby being played this evening.

  14. TRY: Wakefield 35-10 Huddersfield

    Tyler Randell, con Ryan Hampshire

    And if it wasn't all over, it is now as straight from the restart Wakefield's Tyler Randell races in from 40m to complete his hat-trick.

  15. TRY: Wakefield 29-10 Huddersfield

    Jacob Miller, con Ryan Hampshire

    Surely all over at Wakefield now as Jacob Miller pounces on a loose ball to score for Trinity, who will move six points clear of bottom-of-the-table Leeds with victory.

  16. TRY: Wigan 22-12 Salford

    Kris Welham, con Krisnan Inu

    Too little, too late for Salford?

    Kris Welham finds a gap to cut through the Wigan defence and score for the Red Devils but there are only three minutes left.

    Meanwhile, Ryan Hampshire has kicked a penalty for Wakefield as they now lead Huddersfield 23-10.

  17. TRY: Warrington 6-6 St Helens

    Mark Percival, con Lachlan Coote

    St Helens are off the mark and in controversial circumstances!

    Mark Percival goes over after an incredible run from Jonny Lomax but shouts go up around the ground for a forward pass in the build up but referee Ben Thaler gives it straight away.

    Lachlan Coote follows it up by scoring his 71st goal of the season.

  18. Post update

    Warrington 6-0 St Helens

    St Helens once again camp deep in the Warrington half and their latest attempt to work a try results in them losing possession at a frantic pace before the turnover.

    As the clock ticks down to the hour mark, Saints could do with a try and soon.

  19. Post update

    Warrington 6-0 St Helens

    St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook watched from the stands for the first half but he's down on the touchline now.

    It's a nail biter and Morgan Knowles dives at the line and looks to have finally got Saints off the mark but he's judged to have knocked on in the build up.

  20. Post update

    Warrington 6-0 St Helens

    Paul Rowley

    Ex-Leigh coach on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    I think Jack Hughes is a lucky boy. It's more of a shoulder charge, but there is some elbow contact.

    I think the fact he's not hit Tommy Makinson flush with the elbow has saved him.