Super League round-up: Wolves maul Tigers, Marshall on fire, Sneyd snatches win

There were a few dramatic games in Super League on Easter Monday.

Warrington Wolves put in a hard-working display to bring Castleford Tigers’ five-match winning run to an end in atrocious conditions at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle. The Wolves ran-out 18-6 winners.

Mark Percival and Tommy Makinson both scored two tries to help St Helens stay at the top of the table with a convincing 28-6 win at Widnes Vikings.

Four tries from Liam Marshall helped Wigan bounce back from defeat on Good Friday in style with a convincing 44-6 win over Hull Kingston Rovers at the DW Stadium.

Marc Sneyd kicked an incredible drop-goal with a minute left on the clock to snatch a 27-26 victory for Hull FC over Wakefield Trinity at the KCOM Stadium.

Ash Handley scored his seventh try in four games as Leeds Rhinos eased past Salford Red Devils 20-0 at the Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Two tries each from David Mead and Jodie Broughton helped Catalans Dragons record their second win of the season with a 27-6 win over Huddersfield Giants in Perpignan. Both teams are at the bottom of the Super League ladder with just four points each.

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  1. Wolves maul Tigers? Hardly a mauling, wolves score on 79mins to stretch lead to 12 points, also Webster try had nothing wrong at all with it.

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