Here’s who got the Albert Goldthorpe Medal points at Magic Weekend as the best performers in each match…
Wakefield Trinity 26-38 Toulouse Olympique
Former Wakefield loan player Olly Ashall-Bott was one of Toulouse’s best players before the break and he had a sizzling second half.
3 pts – Olly Ashall-Bott (Toulouse Olympique)
2 pts – Corey Norman (Toulouse Olympique)
1 pt – Nathan Peats (Toulouse Olympique)
St Helens 20-18 Wigan Warriors
Joe Batchelor produced another excellent display, headlined by a delightful try and an equally brilliant match-winning assist.
3 pts – Joe Batchelor (St Helens)
2 pts – Jack Welsby (St Helens)
1 pt – Bevan French (Wigan Warriors)
Leeds Rhinos 34-20 Castleford Tigers
Now back to full fitness and increasingly influential, Aidan Sezer kept his side functioning throughout, whether running the ball directly or through his kicking game.
3 pts – Aidan Sezer (Leeds Rhinos)
2 pts – Cameron Smith (Leeds Rhinos)
1 pt – Joe Westerman (Castleford Tigers)
Huddersfield Giants 30-18 Salford Red Devils
Oliver Russell provided a masterclass of astute probing and immaculate kicking.
3 pts – Oliver Russell (Huddersfield Giants)
2 pts – Brodie Croft (Salford Red Devils)
1 pt – Tui Lolohea (Huddersfield Giants)
Catalans Dragons 10-36 Warrington Wolves
George Williams was back to his best and managed the game to perfection.
3 pts – George Williams (Warrington Wolves)
2 pts – Stefan Ratchford (Warrington Wolves)
1 pt – Matty Nicholson (Warrington Wolves)
Hull Kingston Rovers 28-34 Hull FC
Mikey Lewis registered three tries with some sensational individual scores.
3 pts – Mikey Lewis (Hull Kingston Rovers)
2 pts – Jack Walker (Hull FC)
1 pt – Luke Gale (Hull FC)
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