Rugby League 9s round-up

Wigan and Castleford are the only unbeaten teams left in the competition after the Rugby League Nines got underway last night.

The West Conference got underway at Huddersfield and Derwent Park in Workington, with a strong Wigan side winning all three of their games, against Widnes, Salford and Huddersfield.

Castleford pulled off wins over Hull KR, Bradford and Hull in the East Conference to top the table after the first week of games.

Four teams – Huddersfield, Hull, Halifax and the British Police – all failed to win a game as the exciting concept got its first run out in front of an entertained audience.

The merged Cumbria side pulled off a surprise result, defeating Warrington 8-0 in the final game of the night in Workington, to deny the Wolves a 100% record on the evening.

Of the Championship sides involved, both Widnes and Featherstone managed two victories, with most clubs fielding youthful outfits.


Hull KR 19-24 Castleford
Bradford 25-12 Hull KR
Castleford 24-8 Hull
Hull KR 24-16 Bradford
Bradford 8-22 Castleford
Hull KR 14-6 Hull
Wakefield 19-4 Halifax
Featherstone 8-26 Leeds
Halifax 10-30 Leeds
Wakefield 12-16 Featherstone
Featherstone 22-20 Halifax
Wakefield 18-12 Leeds

1. Castleford W3 PTS6 PD+35
2. Leeds W2 PTS4 PD+32
3. Wakefield W2 PTS4 PD+17
4. Hull KR W2 PTS4 PD+11
5. Featherstone W2 PTS4 PD-12
6. Bradford W1 PTS2 PD-9
7. Hull PTS0 PD-37
8. Halifax PTS0 PD-37


Huddersfield 12-29 Salford
Widnes 16-34 Wigan
Salford 16-20 Wigan
Huddersfield 15-24 Widnes
Salford 15-18 Widnes
Huddersfield 26-33 Wigan
Cumbria 16-18 St Helens
British Police 4-32 Warrington
St Helens 12-26 Warrington
Cumbria 30-10 British Police
St Helens 28-15 British Police
Cumbria 8-0 Warrington

1. Wigan W3 PTS6 PD+29
2. Warrington W2 PTS4 PD+34
3. Cumbria W2 PTS4 PD+26
4. St Helens W2 PTS4 PD+1
5. Widnes W2 PTS4 PD-6
6. Salford W1 PTS2 PD+10
7. Huddersfield PTS0 PD-33
8. British Police PTS0 PD-61

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