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Bears v Raiders RL

KO: 19:45     Betfred Super League - Round: 21
VENUE: KCOM Stadium     OFFICIAL: L Moore     MATCH STATUS: Result

Home Team

18
(8)

TRIES

Bureta Faraimo 2, Jansin Turgut, Albert Kelly

GOALS

Hakim Miloudi

34
(10)

Away Team

TRIES

Tommy Makinson, Ben Barba 2, Jonny Lomax 2, Adam Swift, Luke Thompson

GOALS

Danny Richardson 3

Official Match Report

St Helens took full advantage of Wigan Warriors’s slip-up to move eight points clear at the top of Betfred Super League following a hard-fought victory at Hull FC.

The Warriors fell to a 20-12 defeat at in-form Huddersfield Giants on Thursday evening and Justin Holbrook’s men took the opportunity to extend their lead at the summit with a 34-18 win at the KCOM Stadium.

Bureta Faraimo put Hull ahead with the opening set but the league leaders worked their way back into the match through Tommy Makinson and Ben Barba to move 10-8 ahead at the break, despite the home winger’s second score. 

The Black and Whites regained the lead when Jansin Turgut and Albert Kelly crossed to move Hull 18-10 but Saints came roaring back with 24 unanswered points as Jonny Lomax (two), Barba, Adam Swift and Luke Thompson all scored to seal a great comeback victory. 

Defeat leaves Hull’s top-four ambitions in doubt as they slipped seven points behind fourth-placed Castleford (If Cas win tonight**) ahead of the Super 8’s next month.

Hull head coach Lee Radford said: “I’m proud of the energy we put into the game for 60 minutes but we ran out of petrol in the end. There are three or four players who really need a rest but there’s nothing we can do about it with the injury situation. They’re making errors because of their fatigue.

“We got out of the blocks in the first-half really well, and the second-half in fact, but we have to show more resilience. It became too easy for Saints when we were faced with a little bit of adversity.”

St Helens boss Justin Holbrook said: "We were in a tough spot for a bit there but we managed to get some opportunities and when we did, we were good enough to take them. It was great to watch.

“We didn’t play our best in the first half but still good enough to lead, which was a real positive out of the half. Hull came out and played really well so I’m really pleased with that win. We have a tough game next week but looking forward to that one."

Other News

Min   Event Action Score
1 try Try scored for Hull by Bureta Faraimo 4-0
16 try Try scored for St Helens by Tommy Makinson 4-4
28 try Try scored for St Helens by Ben Barba 4-8
29 goal Goal scored for St Helens by Danny Richardson 4-10
37 try Try scored for Hull by Bureta Faraimo 8-10
50 try Try scored for Hull by Jansin Turgut 12-10
52 try Try scored for Hull by Albert Kelly 16-10
53 goal Goal scored for Hull by Hakim Miloudi 18-10
56 try Try scored for St Helens by Ben Barba 18-14
59 try Try scored for St Helens by Jonny Lomax 18-18
60 goal Goal scored for St Helens by Danny Richardson 18-20
66 try Try scored for St Helens by Jonny Lomax 18-24
67 goal Goal scored for St Helens by Danny Richardson 18-26
71 try Try scored for St Helens by Adam Swift 18-30
77 try Try scored for St Helens by Luke Thompson 18-34

Bench

Jordan
Lane
Jack
Downs
Masimbaashe
Matongo
Mickey
Paea
Dean
Hadley
Jansin
Turgut
Mark
Minichiello
Chris
Green
Danny
Houghton
Scott
Taylor
Jack
Logan
Albert
Kelly
Jordan
Abdull
Carlos
Tuimavave
Jake
Connor
Bureta
Faraimo
Hakim
Miloudi

Bench

Louie
McCarthy-Scarsbrook
Luke
Douglas
Morgan
Knowles
Theo
Fages
Jon
Wilkin
Dominique
Peyroux
Zeb
Taia
Luke
Thompson
James
Roby
Kyle
Amor
Jonny
Lomax
Danny
Richardson
Regan
Grace
Mark
Percival
Tommy
Makinson
Adam
Swift
Ben
Barba
Pos   Player Tries Goals D Goals
1 Jordan Lane - - -
2 Jack Downs - - -
3 Masimbaashe Matongo - - -
4 Mickey Paea - - -
5 Dean Hadley - - -
6 Jansin Turgut 1 - -
7 Mark Minichiello - - -
8 Chris Green - - -
9 Danny Houghton - - -
10 Scott Taylor - - -
11 Jack Logan - - -
12 Albert Kelly 1 - -
13 Jordan Abdull - - -
14 Carlos Tuimavave - - -
15 Jake Connor - - -
16 Bureta Faraimo 2 - -
17 Hakim Miloudi - 1 -
Pos   Player Tries Goals D Goals
1 Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook - - -
2 Luke Douglas - - -
3 Morgan Knowles - - -
4 Theo Fages - - -
5 Jon Wilkin - - -
6 Dominique Peyroux - - -
7 Zeb Taia - - -
8 Luke Thompson 1 - -
9 James Roby - - -
10 Kyle Amor - - -
11 Jonny Lomax 2 - -
12 Danny Richardson - 3 -
13 Regan Grace - - -
14 Mark Percival - - -
15 Tommy Makinson 1 - -
16 Adam Swift 1 - -
17 Ben Barba 2 - -