21st July 2019, 19:23 | londonbroncos
St Helens were dealt a blow as they went down 32- 12 but Warrington could not take advantage as they were beaten 27-18 at Castleford Tigers.
Salford Red Devils won 40-14 over Catalans Dragons and Hull FC enjoyed a rare 26-24 win at Headingley which leaves Leeds Rhinos still in the thick of the relegation fight.
The Rhinos are level on points with London and Hull Kingston Rovers who were beaten 18-12 at home by Huddersfield Giants on Friday. Wigan Warriors beat Wakefield Trinity 46-16 on Thursday.
Matthew Fleming scored two tries as St Helens slipped to defeat in Ealing. Luke Yates, Alex Walker and Matty Gee also crossed. Kieran Dixon kicked all five conversions and added a penalty.
St Helens' tries came from Aaron Smith and Danny Richardson, with the latter converting both.
Peter Mata'utia kicked 10 points and tries from James Clare, Greg Minikin, Jacob Trueman and Tuoyo Egodo, plus a Trueman drop goal, saw Castleford beat Warrington.
The Wolves' tries came through Jake Mamo, Tom Lineham and Toby King. Dec Patton kicked six points.
Ten points from the boot of Marc Sneyd, as he converted tries by Sika Manu, Bureta Faraimo, Jamie Shaul and Ratu Naulago and also kicked a penalty, saw Hull FC home against Leeds.
Tom Briscoe crossed twice for the Rhinos and Konrad Hurrell and Ash Handley also touched down. Rhyse Martin converted all four Leeds tries but the home side were just edged out.
Salford hit top form against Catalans as Kris Welham touched down twice and there were also tries from Josh Johnson, Derrell Olpherts, Tui Lolohea, Niall Evalds and Mark Flanagan. Lolohea and Krisnan Inu kicked three conversions apiece.
Huddersfield edged out Hull KR in a tense battle on Friday which saw the Giants ease their relegation worries with a late try from winger Jermaine McGillvary.
Huddersfield's other tries came from Matty English and Alex Mellor, with Darnell McIntosh adding six points with the boot, including two penalties.
Craig Hall converted both his own try and that of Kane Linnett but that proved not enough for Rovers who are involved in a three-way fight to beat the drop.
Liam Farrell claimed three tries as the Warriors romped to a fine win which saw them lead Wakefield 34-0 at half-time.
Zak Hardaker converted seven of his side's eight tries, including his own, and there were also scores for Willie Isa, Jake Shorrocks, Jarrod Sammut and Oliver Gildart.
Ryan Hampshire scored two tries for Wakefield with Max Jowitt also touching down. Danny Brough kicked two conversions for Trinity.
Wigan Warriors 46-16 Wakefield Trinity
Hull KR 12-18 Huddersfield Giants
Leeds Rhinos 24-26 Hull FC
London Broncos 32-12 St Helens
Salford Red Devils 40-14 Catalans Dragons
Castleford Tigers 27-18 Warrington Wolves