The Morning After looks at three talking points from the latest Super League action.
Red hot Hull
Hull will meet league leaders Wigan in the semi-finals after beating Warrington 27-14 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in the elimination play-offs.
The Black and Whites produced a professional display against the Wolves, with the likes of Jake Connor and Marc Sneyd being at the heart of everything they did in attack. Winger Bureta Faraimo is in fine form too, with the USA international scoring five tries in his last four games.
Hull are now just 80 minutes away from playing in Super League Grand Final at their home ground, the KCOM Stadium, on November 27.
What a signing Joe Cator has been for Hull. He gives 110% effort on the field and will never back away from a challenge.
✅ Four wins in a row…🔥
✅ Semi-Final place booked…👏
✅ Making up the numbers…👀
How's that #FridayFeeling, folks? 🎉
— Hull FC (@hullfcofficial) November 13, 2020
The 22-year-old has been one of the buys of the season in Super League. He was a standout forward in the Championship at Leigh last season and he has kicked on to another level for hometown club Hull.
Cator made more than 50 tackles in their play-off win over Warrington and even got on the scoresheet. The loose forward has a massive future ahead of him.
Warrington season over
Warrington will no doubt be disappointed their season has come to an end – and will be aiming to bounce back in 2021 with silverware.
The Wolves didn’t play as well as we’ve seen them this year against Hull and they will be hurting at the moment, but they’ve got the quality to come back stronger next season.
Warrington’s Joe Philbin made a big impact in the game, while Jack Hughes also impressed in the pack.
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