Warriors and Rhinos lead the way
After the second round of the Rugby League 9s, Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos remain undefeated after continuing their six-match winning run to remain at the top of their respective West and East tables.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats recorded three victories on Tuesday night in the 9s festival hosted by Castleford Tigers at The PROBIZ Coliseum whilst Widnes Vikings secured their first 9s victory at their home festival, beating the University of Gloucestershire All Golds 24-8 at Stobart Stadium.
Cumbria won two out of their three matches in front of a home crowd at Derwent Park in Workington, whilst Warrington Wolves beat St Helens in an action-packed match at the Cumbria Festival.
Salford City Reds are the only team in the competition yet to record a win.
Leeds Rhinos Festival
Leeds Rhinos 24, Featherstone Rovers 8
Hull FC 14, Bradford Bulls 4
Leeds Rhinos 24, Hull FC 10
Featherstone Rovers 12, Bradford Bulls 24
Featherstone Rovers 26, Hull FC 8
Bradford Bulls 4, Leeds Rhinos 12
Castleford Tigers Festival
Castleford Tigers 4, Huddersfield Giants 18
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 12, Hull Kingston Rovers 8
Castleford Tigers 16, Hull Kingston Rovers 4
Huddersfield Giants 6, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 14
Hull Kingston Rovers 24, Huddersfield 12
Castleford Tigers 20, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 22
Salford City Reds 6, Cumbria 10
St Helens 10, Warrington Wolves 18
Cumbria 4, St Helens 14
Salford City Reds 12, Warrington Wolves 56
Salford City Reds 22, St Helens 28
Cumbria 22, Warrington Wolves 10
Widnes Vikings Festival
Widnes Vikings 0, London Broncos 16
Wigan Warriors 38, University of Gloucestershire All Golds 4
Widnes Vikings 24, University of Gloucestershire All Golds 8
London Broncos 4, Wigan Warriors 16
London Broncos 0, University of Gloucestershire All Golds 0
Widnes Vikings 8, Wigan Warriors 26