Super League Round 2: Albert Goldthorpe Medal points

Here’s who got the Albert Goldthorpe Medal points this week as the best performers in each Super League match…

Warrington Wolves 34-10 Castleford Tigers

Peter Mata’utia was a constant handful with ball in hand, earning several repeat sets and scoring a well-taken try in the second half.

3 pts – Peter Mata’utia (Warrington Wolves)
2 pts – Robbie Mulhern (Warrington Wolves)
1 pt – George Williams (Warrington Wolves)

Wigan Warriors 34-12 Leeds Rhinos

Jai Field did not put a foot wrong all night. He was dangerous with ball in hand and pulled off a try saver that ultimately changed the game.

3 pts – Jai Field (Wigan Warriors)
2 pts – John Bateman (Wigan Warriors)
1 pt – Cade Cust (Wigan Warriors)

Hull FC 6-38 St Helens

Sione Mata’utia was exceptional for St Helens amidst an all-round dominant pack, with his try simply encapsulating a determined performance.

3 pts – Sione Mata’utia (St Helens)
2 pts – Alex Walmsley (St Helens)
1 pt – Jack Welsby (St Helens)

Huddersfield Giants 26-12 Hull Kingston Rovers

Luke Yates inspired Huddersfield to victory with a true captain’s knock.

3 pts – Luke Yates (Huddersfield Giants)
2 pts – Chris McQueen (Huddersfield Giants)
1 pt – Josh Jones (Huddersfield Giants)

Catalans Dragons 24-22 Wakefield Trinity

Sam Tomkins has started this season where he finished the last one, on top of his game. His energy and enterprise carried Catalans to victory – just.

3 pts – Sam Tomkins (Catalans Dragons)
2 pts – Max Jowitt (Wakefield Trinity)
1 pt – Benjamin Garcia (Catalans Dragons)

Salford Red Devils 38-12 Toulouse Olympique

Ken Sio once again proved his worth with a four-try haul which helped Salford past Toulouse. He and Brodie Croft are proving to be a dangerous proposition on that right edge.

3 pts – Ken Sio (Salford Red Devils)
2 pts – Brodie Croft (Salford Red Devils)
1 pt – Marc Sneyd (Salford Red Devils)

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