This was a good weekend for Super League as there were some cracking results across the two rounds.
Friday saw top of the table Huddersfield Giants go down by a point to bottom of the table Salford City Reds and Widnes Vikings restored a comfortable surprise win at Warrington Wolves.
It all started however with a superb game at Headingley in the West Yorkshire derby. Champions Leeds Rhinos were pegged back by Bradford Bulls to draw 18-18.
Elsewhere, Wigan Warriors beat St Helen’s and Catalan came out on top in the ‘southern’ derby against the London Broncos.
If there were surprises on Friday, Bank Holiday Monday saw normality restored with some outstanding scores.
Wigan ran in a massive 15 tries against Hull KR and Huddersfield Giants scored 11 in a demolition of Widnes Vikings.
Warrington returned to winking ways convincingly too and Leeds picked up an impressive win away in Perpignan.
The results mean that five teams are separated by two points at the top, and Leeds, with two games in hand, are only four points back.
With ten rounds of this season gone, it already appears that this year will be the closest ever, and the competition has become one of the best in the world.