Three Hull FC players have scored points in our squad after beating Leeds Rainos, with Huddersfield Giants, Wakefield Trinity, Catalans Dragons, Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves, also represented in Sky Sports Rugby League Last update: 05/24/21 1:29 PM Griffin starred in Hal FC’s win over Leeds. We’ve rounded up our thirteenth players who stood out during the six Premier League matches this weekend … 1. Jake Connor (Hal FC) the full-back was heavily involved with HAL FC as they managed to hold out for a tough 18-12 win. Away from home to Leeds Renos in the Premier League game Sunday night. Connor was on hand to deliver assists in two of three visitors’ attempts in the first half, breaking two streaks and breaking two steps, along with displaying his kicking ability in general play as well. Jermaine McGillivary (Huddersfield Giants) 2:08 Huddersfield scored seven attempts to defeat Table Bottom Lee 6-44 in Lee Sports Village and Huddersfield scored seven attempts to defeat Table Bottom Lee 6-44 in Lee Sports Village. He finished seventh in the Premier League’s all-time top goalscorer list when he crossed Huddersfield in their 44-6 away win over Lee Centurions on Sunday, the attempt came on the back of McGillivary who holds a total of 166 meters and 57 points. – Call counters, line break one time and break one address. He also came in with a 3. assist attempt. Ricky Lotelli (Huddersfield Giants) Two attempts from midfield helped put Huddersfield on his way to a three-game winning streak as he defeated Host Lee, in addition to his brace, Lottelli totaling 178m and 46m after the friction. Breaking six tackles, breaking the streak three times and helping one another break the streak. 4. Josh Griffin (Hal FC) 1:08 Match player Josh Griffin was full of praise from his team after his hard-fought victory over Leeds in what he described as tough conditions. Match player Josh Griffin was full of praise from his team after a tough victory over Leeds in what he described as difficult circumstances. Name the man of the match for his role in Hal’s victory over Leeds, and Griffin scored another attempt and making another during the first half. Lions and whites, too, carry 178m and 54m after contact on the back of two line dividers and three busts to tackle 5. Liam Kay (Wakefield Trinity) Kay led the way with two attempts as Wakefield scored his first win this year with a 28-12 home win over Hale Kingston Rovers on Sunday, the winger’s effort to score came on his back. Made 164 meters, 49 meters after contact, plus one line spacer and three counter busts. James Maloney (Catalans Dragons) 3:56 Highlights as the Catalans Dragons became the first team to defeat St. Helens in the Betfred Super League in 2021, with the Catalans Dragons becoming the first team to defeat St Helens in the Betfred Super League in 2021. Confirmed presence in the match To the Catalans as they handed Premier League champions St. Helen their first defeat of the season on Saturday night, Maloney scored an attempt and kicked four goals in the 20-16 win at Perpignan, in addition to his scoring. Some smart kicks. It also broke the streak once and broke one interference. Gareth Weedop (Warrington Wolves) first-attempt hat-trick helped Warrington-back on their way to a 38-14 win at home to Castleford Tigers on Saturday. 102 meters and overcome nine tackles, with two streak breaks. Brad Singleton (Wigan Warriors) 1:53 Jackson Hastings scored a late goal when Wigan defeated Salford in the Betfried Premier League on Saturday. Jackson Hastings scored a late goal as Wigan beat Salford in Betfried Premier League on Saturday. Two attempts as Wigan snatched a narrow 17-16 win away to Salford Red Devils on Saturday afternoon, Singleton’s goals came in the match that saw him carry the ball 83 meters, breaking the streak twice and stopping three tackles as well. Adam O’Brien (Huddersfield Giants) The hooker played a major role away from the bench for the Giants in Sunday afternoon’s win over Lee that saw Ian Watson’s team finish third in a row. Breaking and breaking one interference, as well as carrying 52 meters and the ball in hand 10. Tinirau Arona (Wakefield Trinity) interception attempt culminated in a strong performance from the Cook Islands International as Wakefield scored a win the seventh time he has been asked in the Premier League this season. 11.7 meters per pregnancy and also made 1 break. Benjamin Julian (Catalan Dragons) The second row was in good shape to help the Catalans win over St. Helens and maintain the strong start of the French team for the 2021 season in the Premier League, as Julian crossed in an attempt on the back of a load of a total of 120. meters and 50 meters after contact, As well as breaking the first streak and breaking one interference. Liam Farrell (Wigan Warriors) Another great second-row show that helped Wigan on their way to a one-point win over Salford at AJ Bell Stadium to remain unbeaten in the Super League, in addition to scoring an attempt, Farrell cut 172 meters with the ball in her hand and made 72 meters after the contact , And crossed four interventions and broke the first line. Joe Cator (Hal FC) forced Hull to defend large portions of his win over Leeds and Cator was a giant in that division at Headingley, making 52 tackles to help them win, as well as helping the loose striker also make some big forays with the team. Ball in hand, carrying a total distance of 105 meters and making 40 meters after contact with two interference spacers. .