The League. Wigan, Bradford and Warrington all ended up on 46 points but there can only be one winner and that was the team with the best points differential. That was Wigan who took their 5th consecutive title. Castleford, Halifax and Sheffield were the next three. Hull KR and Leigh were relegated. Ironically they were the two relegated teams in the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
The Challenge Cup. The quarter final went as follows: Wigan 32-14 Featherstone, Castleford 30-6 Widnes, Leeds 33-10 Bradford, St Helens 40-9 Doncaster. Into the semis and Wigan got past Cas' 30-6 and Leeds were too good for Saints 20-8.
The final was at Wembley Stadium with 78,000 in attendance. Unsurprisingly Wigan were victors 26-16.
The League Cup. The last eight got together and the results were: Warrington 10-27 Wigan, Castleford 44-4 Carlisle, London 10-22 Bradford, Salford 26-6 Hull FC. Down to four with Bradford losing out to Cas' 10-23 and Wigan also won away 18-12 against Salford.
15,600 came along to Headingly, Leeds to see Castleford upset Wigan 33-2.
The Premiership Finals. The quarter finals went as follows: Cas' 28-23 Halifax, Bradford 42-16 Leeds, Warrington 16-32 Sheffield and Wigan 34-16 Saints. Then Wogan dealt to Sheffiels 52-18 and Bradford went down to Castleford 16-24.
The near 36,000 that went along to Old Trafford saw a predicted but close win to Wigan, 24-20 over Cas'.
Summary: It was Wigan's year again with the league and three finals berths, two of which they won. My scoring system gives them a whopping 72 points. Castleford tried hard to stay with them and two finals - one won - gave them an impressive 58 point haul. Bradford came on next with 44 points.
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