Toulouse 14-28 St Helens: Kristian Woolf’s aspect acquire revenge and transfer 4 factors clear as coach acknowledges hard-fought victory
- St Helens battled nicely to safe a 28-14 victory of their conflict with Toulouse
- The victory noticed St Helens transfer 4 factors clear on the high of the standings
- Tommy Makinson was closely concerned as St Helens managed to prevail
St Helens head coach Kristian Woolf admitted his aspect needed to work exhausting to avenge final month’s shock defeat by backside aspect Toulouse 28-14.
‘That was a extremely powerful sport, similar to the primary one,’ stated Woolf, after Saints moved 4 factors clear on the high with the win.
Morgan Knowles, Tommy Makinson and Konrad Hurrell all crossed to cancel out Chris Hankinson’s early objective for Toulouse as Saints constructed a 14-2 lead on the break.
Kristian Woolf’s St Helens secured a hard-fought 28-14 success in opposition to Toulouse
Harrison Hansen went over for Toulouse, however Jack Welsby’s rating and Regan Grace’s interception strive put the leaders out of sight.
‘There have been no surprises this time and we knew what to anticipate,’ Woolf added. ‘Toulouse are an excellent aspect and they’re going to be powerful to beat right here.’
Wigan head coach Matt Peet was ‘made up’ by his aspect’s six-try 32-12 comeback win at Castleford as they prevented a Problem Cup ultimate hangover.
Castleford seemed set to inflict a 3rd successive Tremendous League defeat on Wigan after they led 12-0 within the first half, following back-to-back defeats by Hull and Huddersfield.
Konrad Hurrell made a 40-metre run with Tommy Makinson making a easy conversion
However 32 unanswered factors, with man of the match Liam Marshall scoring his one centesimal and a hundred and first profession tries in his one centesimal Tremendous League look, sealed success.
‘I’m actually happy with that one,’ stated Peet, permitting himself a uncommon smile after Wigan’s tenth league win and their first since April 29.
‘I’m made up. It reveals the dedication within the group.’
Makinson was closely concerned as he helped St Helens to realize revenge on Toulouse