Giants 15:00 Tigers
Hull KR 15:00 Trinity
Rams 15:00 Bulls
Eagles 15:00 Raiders
Centurions 15:00 Vikings
Lions 15:00 Halifax
Knights 15:00 Rovers
Cougars 15:00 Whitehaven
Thunder 15:00 Bears
Oldham 15:00 Doncaster
26th May 2019, 19:00 | magic_weekend
Salford Red Devils 20-22 Hull Kingston Rovers
Ryan Shaw's late goal secured the points in a dramatic start to day two.
Rovers led 14-6 at half time thanks to tries from Kane Linnett and Our League Man of the Match Craig Hall, plus three Shaw goals.
Inu converted a Joey Lussick try in response for Salford.
Hall grabbed another soon after the restart, Shaw goaling, but the Red Devils truck back through a Ken Sio brace, Pauli Pauli and a Krisnan Inu goal which made it 20-all before Shaw's heroics.
Leeds Rhinos 24-22 London Broncos
The Rhinos claimed the spoils in what was dubbed a 'relegation four-pointer'.
Despite tries from Ryan Morgan, Jordan Abdull and Alex Walker, plus three Keiran Dixon goals for London, Leeds did enough.
Their points came through Liam Sutcliffe, who grabbed a try and kicked two goals, as well as scores for Ash Handley, Jack Walker, Harry Newman and Richiee Myler.
St Helens 36-16 Castleford Tigers
St Helens led 20-6 at half time never alwways looked like they would close out Magic Weekend with a win.
Tries from Tommy Makinson, Regan Grace, Jonny Lomax, Theo Fages, Jack Ashworth, Lachlan Coote, who kicked four goals, and Kevin Naiqama cancelled out tries from Grant Millington, Chris Clarkson and Greg Eden, with Jordan Rankin and Pater Mata'utia kicking a goal each.