12th July 2018, 22:16 | super_league
Warrington Wolves and Catalans Dragons fought out a draw in a thrilling 22-22 Betfred Super League encounter at the Halliwell Jones stadium.
In torrential rain for the majority of the game both sides scored three tries but it was the boots of respective scrum halves Tyrone Roberts and Josh Drinkwater which proved decisive.
Both scrum halves landed five conversions - but both were also wide of the target with late drop goal attempts in a frantic finale, while Josh Charnley's last-gasp effort three minutes from time was ruled out by the video referee for a knock on.
Warrington's tries came from Charnley, Bryson Goodwin and Harvey Livett, while Tony Gigot, Michael Mcllorum and Benjamin Jullien crossed over for the visitors.
Catalans were reduced to 12-men with 12 minutes remaining when Michael Simon was sin-binned after a flare up with Charnley, but Warrington failed to make their extra man tell and it was the Catalans and Drinkwater who kept his nerve to land a penalty and level it up again at 22-22 with 10 minutes remaining.