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Saints reclaim Super League top spot

06/09/2008 09:09:10 AM Comments (0)

Double-chasing St Helens came from 12-0 down to draw 16-16 against Wigan on Friday and clinch top spot in the Super League for a fourth year in a row.

Saints, who won the Challenge Cup last weekend, went in front for the first time with Matt Gidley's second try in the 56th minute but Wigan winger Pat Richards levelled the scores with a penalty 10 minutes from the end.

A draw brought Saints' 21-match winning run to an end but the point was enough to enable them to retain the League leaders' trophy.

Leeds took second place with a 30-12 win at Wakefield. A Kevin Sinfield try broke the deadlock and an Ali Lauitiiti double made the win safe.

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