Super League weekend round 11

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    Friday 9th April 2010


    Huddersfield v Castleford, 20:00 (SKY live)

    Saturday, 10 April 2010


    Catalans Dragons v Bradford, 17:30


    Harlequins v St Helens, 17:30 (SKY live)


    Sunday, 11 April 2010


    Leeds v Hull, 15:00
    Salford v Wigan, 15:00
    Wakefield v Crusaders, 15:30
    Hull KR v Warrington 15:00
     
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    Huddersfield won the game tonight 24-0, it wasn't a classic and Castleford were injury hit. I said to my Mrs that Castleford wouldn't score early in the second half and despite having one spell of 6 sets of 6 on the Huddersfield line never even came close to scoring. They've gone backwards this season.
     
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    Can't see it ending well for Quins on sat, same with the Dragons. Bulls will come out fighting after losing out to Leeds last week, though Catalans will have the home advantage,
    Think Crusaders should get a win as well, and Wigan.
    Not sure between Warrington and Hull KR, though i'm leaning towards Warrington
     
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    Finished up 34-26 to Saints, but I am not a happy bunny, we were falling off tackles left right and centre. I know it's been a tough few weeks and we've played 3 games in 8 days but you can't defend like we did at times last night. Another couple of tries for Eastmond and 100% with the boot, what a player he's going to be.

    Bradford won at Catalans in the day's other match - big result for them but already it looks like Les Cats are missing out on the playoffs.
     
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