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Superleague Play-offs

After another gruelling Super League season where the Warrington Wolves break a 37 year duck to top the table, , the top 8 play-off for the Grand Final Trophy has been finalised,

See if you can work it out, and who's your soft spot for.


WEEK ONE (16/17/18 SEPT)
QUALIFYING PLAY-OFFS
Friday, 16 September
Warrington v Huddersfield (Halliwell Jones, 2000 BST)
Sunday, 18 September
Wigan v St Helens(DW Stadium, 1445 BST)
ELIMINATION PLAY-OFFS
Saturday, 17 September
Catalan Dragons v Hull KR (Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan, 1845 BST)
Sunday, 18 September
Leeds v Hull (Headingley, 1715 BST)
WEEK TWO (24/25 SEPT)
PRELIMINARY SEMI-FINALS
Friday, 24 September
Highest-ranked Qualifying Play-offs loser v Lowest-ranked Elimination Play-offs winner
Saturday, 25 September
Lowest-ranked Qualifying Play-offs loser v Highest-ranked Elimination Play-offs winner
WEEK THREE (1/2 OCT)
QUALIFYING SEMI-FINALS
Friday, 1 October
First semi-final. Highest-ranked Qualifying Play-off winner v Club Call selected Preliminary Semi-final winner.
Saturday, 2 October
Second semi-final. Lowest-ranked Qualifying Play-off winner v other Preliminary Semi-final winner.
Winners advance to Grand Final. Losers eliminated
WEEK FOUR
GRAND FINAL
Saturday, 8 October: Old Trafford (1800 BST)
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OK so here's the results from WEEK ONE (16/17/18 SEPT)
QUALIFYING PLAY-OFFS
Friday, 16 September
Warrington 47 v 0 Huddersfield
Sunday, 18 September
Wigan 18 v 26 St Helens
ELIMINATION PLAY-OFFS
Saturday, 17 September
Catalan Dragons 56 v 6 Hull KR
Sunday, 18 September
Leeds 42 v 10 Hull

Hull KR and Hull eliminated.

WEEK TWO (24/25 SEPT)
PRELIMINARY SEMI-FINALS
Friday, 24 September
Huddersfield v Leeds
Saturday, 25 September
Wigan v Catalan Dragons

Week off for semi-final qualifiers Warrington and St Helens
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***** BREAKING NEWS *****

LEAGUE LEADERS WIRES PICK LEEDS AS OPPONENTS IN QUALIFYING SEMI FINAL

After the results of this weekend's Preliminary Semi Finals:

Huddersfield Giants 28 Leeds Rhinos 34
Wigan Warriors 44 Catalan Dragons 0


So Warrington got the clubcall of

Wigan Warriors
St Helens
Leeds Rhinos

and plumped to face the Rhinos at the Halliwel Jones Stadium next Friday 1st October .

That leaves St Helens to play Wigan Warriors at the Stobart Stadium on Saturday 2nd October

Winners to meet in the Grand Final on Saturday 8th October at Old Trafford.
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***** BREAKING NEWS *****

WIRES GOAL KICKING ENGLAND SECOND ROW FORWARD BENNY WESTWOOD FIT TO FACE LEEDS RHINOS IN QUALIFYING SEMI FINAL.

Timely boost for Warrington Wolves, who also have Prop Adrian Morley back available, ahead of tomorrow nights showdown at the Halliwell Jones .

Coaches Smith and McDermott prepare for epic battle
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Oh FFS not again

Saints make it 6 grand Final appearances in a row, as ref choses Leeds Rhinos to join them.

Unfancied Saints overcame Challenge Cup winners Wigan Warriors 26-18 at the Stobart Stadium to book their sixth consecutive Grand Final appearence.

And this on the back of playing all their home games " away" at the nearby Stobart Stadium, home of the Widnes Vikings.
Having moved from their traditional, knowsley Road ground, which has been bulldozed for development, and awaiting the completion of their new ground.

Meanwhile over at the Halliwell Jones another see-saw nail-biter saw the wolves and the rhinos dead locked at 24-24 with 1 minute remaining and everybody readying for the golden point extra time period.

Inexplicably referee Ganson chose the rhinos for the final when awarding Leeds the last minute penalty for an "off-side" of the type he had ignored all night.

So there you go its a saints v rhinos grand final at Old Trafford next weekend

Its the first time one of the top two finishers aint in the grand final, and the rhinos could become the first No 5 finisherer to win it.

Irony is controversial referee Ganson is from St Helens, draw your own conclusions.
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Rhinos late surge grabs Grand Final glory.

For the fourth time in 5 yearrs the Leeds Rhinos win Grand Final at a rain soaked Old Trafford Manchester, overcomming St Helens 32-16 , who themselves have appeared in the last 6 Grand Finals.

A see saw contest saw the lead change hands several times before Leeds scored 3 late tries following injury to Saints right centre and fullback .

Top performance from the Rhinos following back to back challenge cup final lossess, and especially taking the competition from a lowly 5th place finish.

Nowt like setting your stall out while the rest of em knock 7 bells out of each other .

So another season over with

League Champions - Warrington Wolves
Grand Final - Leeds Rhinos
Challenge Cup - Wigan Warriors.

With the world club championship between Leeds Rhinos and the Manly Sea eagles
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