With only a month to go until the play off positions are nailed down, the weekend brought with it another crucial round of action from Super League, with St Helens still leading the way.

We take a look at the winners and losers from Week 22.

Winner – St Helens (11/10 to win Grand Final

Other teams must be wondering just how to stop St Helens as they try and embark upon a fourth successive Grand Final title.

On Sunday, they overcame a stout Castleford Tigers to win 20-12 at the Totally Wicked Stadium, their 18th success of the season.

Curtis Sironen, Morgan Knowles, and Joe Batchleor were the try scorers with a hat trick from Tigers man Bureta Faraimo all in vain.

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Winner – Leeds Rhinos (14/1 to win Grand Final

Rohan Smith has certainly made an impact on Leeds Rhinos since taking over from Richard Agar with the Headingley side now in the top six.

They cruised past Salford Red Devils 34-14 and now look a genuine threat as the season heads towards the business end.

Rhyse Martin was the star with two tries and seven conversions as they secured their fifth win in six games.

Winner – Huddersfield Giants (10/1 to win Grand Final

Ian Watson’s Huddersfield continue to defy the odds as a late showing saw them overcome Hull FC 22-16.

The Giants are third in the table and are still in with an outside chance of the League Leaders’ Shield, while a play off place in edging closer.

Danny Levi’s late score, converted by Will Pryce saw them gain yet another invaluable victory.

Losers – Warrington Wolves

Warrington’s season of struggles continued at the weekend as they were comfortably seen off by second-place Wigan Warriors 32-6.

Liam Marshall scored a hat trick against the beleaguered Wire who are teetering close to an unthinkable relegation battle.

They have lost four in a row and face a potentially season-defining contest against Toulouse on Thursday.

Loser – Toulouse

The French side will go to Warrington on the back of a demoralising late loss at Hull KR by a 22-16 score.

The Super League newcomers have put up a good fight in their maiden campaign but were stung by a late try from Rowan Milnes.

Loser – Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield make up the third of the relegation battle trio as they are sandwiched in between Warrington and Toulouse.

Trinity were beaten narrowly at home by Catalans Dragons with Fouad Yaha’s hat trick proving decisive.

Games don’t get much easier as they prepare to welcome Wigan Warriors to West Yorkshire on Sunday.

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