Power Rankings: TotalRL’s in-form rankings for w/e April 29

1.Toronto (-)

The league leading Wolfpack stay on top of our Power Rankings for a third successive week! They continue to set the pace at the top of the Championship with victory over Halifax in London on Saturday – they return to Canada this week to play Swinton.

2. St Helens (-)

The Ben Barba-inspired Saints continue to lead the way at the top of Super League – and, as they prepare to host Catalans on Thursday night, they cement themselves inside our top two still.

3. Featherstone (-)

There’s very little change to the leading positions this week – which means in-form Featherstone Rovers remain third in our rankings. Rovers are now looking good value for a top four finish and a crack at the Qualifiers; they thumped Batley on Sunday.

4. Warrington (-)

It’s now eight wins in a row for Steve Price’s Warrington, who are arguably the form side in the entire country. They were comfortable winners over out-of-sorts Huddersfield at the weekend.

5. Leigh (-)

The Centurions continue to quietly put together a top-four bid after their disastrous start to the season.. and they comfortably saw off Barrow at the Leigh Sports Village on Sunday to keep the heat on London and Toulouse.

6. Whitehaven (-)

Carl Forster’s Haven are flying right now; and they continue to breathe down the neck of the leading trio in League 1 following another win on Sunday, this time when they edged past Keighley in West Yorkshire.

7. York (New entry)

How could we leave the record-breaking York City Knights out this week! They move into our rankings after hammering West Wales 144-0 and creating a touch of history in the process.

8. Wigan (+2)

Wigan continue to climb our rankings after another win at the weekend; this time, after coming from behind to secure an impressive victory at Widnes.


9. Castleford (New entry)

Daryl Powell’s Tigers are in the top four – and they’re in our rankings! They saw off local rivals Wakefield at the weekend.

10. Bradford (New entry)

The Bulls may not be top of League 1 following York’s record-breaking victory; but they did secure a huge result when they saw off title rivals Doncaster at the Keepmoat on Sunday afternoon.