Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 29th Sep 2016 9:56 PM
Fresh from their win at Hull FC last weekend, securing the Minor Premiership, top of the table were at the Halliwell-Jones to take on their nemesis, St Helens, in the play-off semi-final. The Wolves home form against Saints is dreadful, losing their last seven encounters and with only two home wins against their near neighbours since the start of Super League.

Saints know what it takes to get to a Grand Final, having featured in ten of the eighteen finals, and they welcomed back James Roby into the form side in competition. Warrington also had a returnee in the shape of Kurt Gidley, adding strength and experience in the halves.

It would be the end of the season for one of these sides, the other would be starting preparations for a trip to Old Trafford and the Grand Final.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 25th Sep 2016 4:52 PM
The final weekend of the Qualifiers would determine the final automatic Super League 2017 position (either Huddersfield Giants or Hull KR), and also determine who would be playing in the million pound game next weekend.

The loser of the game between the Giants and KR would be the home team against either Salford Red Devils or, should Salford slip up against Batley Bulldogs, the London Broncos. If the Broncos could beat Featherstone by sixty points more than Salford beat Batley, then the Broncos would also make the million pound game.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 23rd Sep 2016 9:58 PM
It was a fitting end to the Super 8s as the top two met at the KCOM Stadium in Hull with the winners taking the Minor Premiership and the loser likely to be passed by Wigan and drop to third spot where they would be playing away in the semi-finals next weekend.

Tony Smith made a number of positional and personnel changes after last weekends loss to the Warriors, when they should have been sealing the minor premiership as he hoped his side would stop an unchanged FC completing the second leg of their intended 2016 treble.

A win tonight would make, or a loss could break, respective seasons.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 22nd Sep 2016 10:07 PM
With both the Rhinos and the Centurions already guaranteed Super League places for next season all that was to play for at Headingley was the pride of finishing at the top of the Super 8s Qualifiers table.

As an added incentive, the Bev Risman Trophy would be competed for for the first time in honour of the Leeds and Leigh legend.

Leigh brought a five month long unbeaten record to Headingley and we're taking on a Rhinos side who lost at Huddersfield last weekend and who were without a handful of regular first-teamers including McGuire, Burrow, and Garbutt.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 18th Sep 2016 5:04 PM
With the Leeds Rhinos and Leigh Centurions already confirmed for Super League in 2017 all attention turned to the third automatic promotion place and the intrigue of which sides would be involved in the Million Pound Game.

The Red Devils trip to London Broncos looked to be crucial, as did the Huddersfield Giants home game with Leeds Rhinos and Hull KR's trip to Featherstone Rovers.

It would be a crucial and surprising week in the Qualifiers.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 17th Sep 2016 6:41 PM
Fifth space was up for grabs as the Catalans Dragons entertained the Castleford Tigers at the Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan. The Tigers needed a win and hope that they won and that the Dragons would lose in the final round next weekend.

A win for the Dragons would seal fifth spot for the home side, and confirm that the Tigers would end the season in sixth.

The Tigers were without talisman Rangi Chase who was suspended as the Dragons looked to end their home fixtures for the season on a high.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 17th Sep 2016 4:54 PM
It was simply a 'must win' game for both Salford Red Devils and London Broncos as they met in the Saturday afternoon Super Eights Qualifier at the A.J. Bell Stadium.

A fifty-seven point win would see the Red Devils up into third spot ahead of tomorrow's games. This would see them in the final automatic promotion berth, but a loss would see them odds on for the Million Pound Game.

Anything but a win for the Broncos would signal the end of their promotion hopes and would rule them out of the Million Pound game.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 16th Sep 2016 10:09 PM
This was the night that Warrington Wolves should have been crowned minor premiers. A win would be enough to seal the deal and see the Wolves at the top of the pile for the first time since 2011. But Wigan had their own agenda, needing a win to maintain their chances of a top two finish and a home tie in the play offs.

The Wolves welcomed back Daryl Clark and Joe Westerman to the side who beat Widnes last round and the Warriors were unchanged from the side who beat Hull FC last weekend.

Hull FC fans were desperate for a Wigan win to give them a shot at the League Leaders Shield, but a packed Halliwell-Jones were there to create an electric atmosphere and cheer their side home.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 15th Sep 2016 9:55 PM
Hull FC travelled to Wakefield knowing that a loss would signal the end of their treble hopes, and be a third consecutive post-cup final defeat. Any continuation of their shocking downturn in form could see them finish the season in fourth spot.

For Wakefield, the only prize on offer was that of denying their opponents the title as they are already confirmed as finishing eighth, thanks to an awful points difference against the only side that they could catch on league points.

It was a hot and humid night in Wakefield as the sides took to the field.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 11th Sep 2016 4:52 PM
Round five of the Super Eights Qualifiers would conclude with us knowing two of the four sides who would be playing Super League in 2017 along with the one side who, barring a miracle, would be playing Championship rugby next year.

The Rhinos had a home game against the Bulldogs on Friday evening while Saturday afternoon saw the Giants travel to the Centurions. On Sunday Hull KR travelled south to take on the Broncos while the Red Devils hosted Featherstone Rovers.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 10th Sep 2016 4:51 PM
Into round five of the Super Eights Qualifiers and a crunch match at the Leigh Sports Village between the Centurions and the Giants. A win for Leigh would see them guaranteed Super League in 2017 but a loss would see the home side drop to third behind today's opponents.

Leigh were unchanged from the side who defeated Hull KR in round four, but the Giants were without Eorl Crabtree and Tom Symonds.

It was a large and expectant Leigh crowd hoping for a momentous game on a sunny afternoon.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Fri 9th Sep 2016 10:01 PM
It's all about the jostling for positions within the top four as second placed Hull FC welcomed fourth placed Wigan Warriors to the KCOM Stadium for tonight's tie of the round. Hull were keen on the two points in their quest for the minor premiership but Wigan needed them to keep their hopes of a home tie in the play-offs alive.

FC have won two of the three meeting so far this season but the last time that the two sides met in Hull it was the Warriors who took the points with a one point win.

The crucial Matty Smith was back for the Warriors after missing out in last weeks loss to the Vikings but Danny Washbrook was the only member of the cup winning side who missed out on selection for the Airlie Birds.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Thu 8th Sep 2016 9:50 PM
Langtree Park was the venue as St Helens looked to secure their top four spot and finally close the door on the chasing Catalans Dragons. A win by fifteen points or more would see them into third, ahead or arch rivals Wigan Warriors.

With no chance of a top four finish, the Castleford Tigers were playing mostly for pride, but a win tonight would see them climb into fifth spot ahead of the Dragons before of their trip to Wakefield on Friday night.

Saints have been victorious in both games between the two sides this season and were be looking to build upon last weekends big win over Challenge Cup winners, Hull FC.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sun 4th Sep 2016 4:45 PM
After round four of the Super Eights Qualifiers we are starting to get a clearer picture of which sides will be playing in the top flight next season and which sides will compete in the Championship in 2017.

This weekend the Rhinos met the Red Devils as they looked for a fourth consecutive win while the Giants were looking for a convincing home win against the Broncos. On Saturday afternoon the Centurions visited Hull KR, looking to maintain their own unbeaten record while the Bulldogs and Featherstone were both hoping for their first points of a disappointing campaign.
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Posted by RLFANS News Hound on Sat 3rd Sep 2016 6:55 PM
Last weeks beaten Challenge Cup finalists were on the road to Perpignan to take on a Catalans Dragons side with only a mathematical chance of making the play-offs.

With Hull FC and Wigan Warriora both slipping up earlier in the round, a win for the Wolves would see them top of Super League at the end of the round with three more games to play and would be some recompense for last weeks disappointment.

The Wolves were without several key players after last weeks brutal Wembley game including; Westerman, Sandow, Gidley and Westwood.
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