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RugbyL: Collis, Sykes help Wakefield snatch draw

Dean Collis and Paul Sykes played the crucial roles as Wakefield Wildcats battled back to rescue a dramatic 23-23 draw at home to Salford City Reds on Sunday. Collis, a 2012 signing from Cronulla Sutherland-Sharks, crossed for the hosts and Sykes kicked the last-gasp drop goal to secure a share of the spoils. Salford, who had Jodie Broughton, Lee Jewitt, Theo Fages and Jack Murphy on the scoresheet, came within seconds of securing their second victory of the season but still climbed above London Broncos at the bottom of the standings.

RugbyL: Wane relieved as Wigan tough it out

Wigan head coach Shaun Wane admitted his relief as the Warriors ruined Rangi Chase's return to Super League action with a tight 28-22 victory over Castleford. Former St George stand-off Chase returned to the Tigers starting line up after a two-match ban for a reckless shoulder charge and could have easily been toasting victory. With the score locked at 22-22, Chase sent a drop goal against the post before Chris Tuson scored the more important of his two tries at the death to hand Wigan the win.

RugbyL: Warne relieved as Wigan tough it out

Wigan head coach Shaun Wane admitted his relief as the Warriors ruined Rangi Chase's return to Super League action with a tight 28-22 victory over Castleford. Former St George stand-off Chase returned to the Tigers starting line up after a two-match ban for a reckless shoulder charge and could have easily been toasting victory. With the score locked at 22-22, Chase sent a drop goal against the post before Chris Tuson scored the more important of his two tries at the death to hand Wigan the win.
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