29th April 2019, 15:19 | englandrl

England Watch | Super League

England Watch | Super League

Warrington Wolves hammered Huddersfield Giants on Sunday with three England players getting on the scoresheet. 

Ben Currie scored his first try since returning from a lengthy injury and also provided a try assist in the Wolves’ 50-19 victory. Prop-forward Chris Hill also powered his way over for a try as well as racking up an impressive 144 metres. Daryl Clark claimed his 10thtry-assist of the season in addition to scoring himself.  

Josh Charnley didn’t manage to score but did run for 136 metres in Warrington’s win. Jack Hughes made 26 tackles and took 12 carries while Stefan Ratchford successfully converted nine goals.

Jermaine McGillvary earned two try-assists for Huddersfield who were ahead at the break. 

St Helens maintained their grasp on top spot with a 50-14 victory over Catalans Dragons. A large portion of their England contingent were absent, but Alex Walmsley was key to the win earning 161 metres and making three clean breaks. Sam Tomkins made 16 tackles for the Dragons.  

There were a host of England internationals on show on Saturday evening as Wigan Warriors edged out Castleford Tigers, 6-4. 

Joe Greenwood stood out making 32 defensive efforts as well as totalling 101 running metres. Sean O’Loughlin wasn’t far behind with 25 tackles and 92 metres to his name. George Williams and Oliver Gildart featured in Wigan’s back-line with the latter almost hitting the 100-metre mark with 97.

Liam Watts again impressed for the Tigers with a massive 140 metres and 33 tackles in a tough display. Adam Milner and Jake Trueman both featured but couldn’t break Wigan down. 

Scott Taylor put in a powerful display for Hull FC making 128 metres from only 12 carries in their 30-14 victory over Wakefield. Jake Connor also featured in the win.  

Trinity’s Reece Lyne racked up 131 metres. 

Leeds centre Kallum Watkins saw his team earn a hard-fought 28-24 win over Hull Kingston Rovers totalling 119 metres from just 11 carries. 

Robbie Mulhern made 49 tackles albeit in defeat.