In numbers: Super League Round 19 attendances

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A total of 42,747 supporters attended a Super League fixture during Round 19.

That’s an average of 7,124 across the six Super League fixtures – a fall of 432 compared to Round 17 – that’s excluding Magic Weekend.

Wigan enjoyed the highest attendance of the round with 11,314 at the DW Stadium on Friday night. Bevan French broke the Super League record for most tries in a game as he went over seven times in their 60-0 win over Hull. Jai Field also scored a brace while Liam Marshall and Harry Smith also scored for a 60-0 victory.

St Helens were close behind in second with an attendance of 11,288 at the Totally Wicked Stadium for their televised match against Huddersfield.

Elsewhere in Super League

7,029 attended Craven Park for Hull KR’s home match against Wakefield Trinity. Danny McGuire’s side came from 4-0 behind at the break to claim a 15-10 victory and close in on the play-offs.

Toulouse Olympique boosted their Super League survival hopes with a 20-6 home victory over Leeds on Saturday. 4,230 attended the clash at the Stade Ernest Wallon. The hosts scoring through Latrell Schaumkel, Matty Russell and Joe Bretherton, while Chris Hankinson kicked four from four.

Mend-A-Hose Jungle saw an attendance of 6,279 for Castleford’s televised home match with Warrington. Daryl Powell returned to his former club for the first time. However, it was the Tigers who took the spoils with a 35-22 victory. Tries from Jason Qareqare, Niall Evalds, Alex Sutcliffe, Danny Richardson and a double for Derrell Olpherts.

Finally, Salford Red Devils recored an attendance of 2,607 at the AJ Bell Stadium for their home win over Catalans Dragons.

A total of 908,441 supporters have attended a top flight game of rugby league in 2022.

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About Josh McAllister 1723 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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