Wakefield Trinity recovered from an 18-6 half-time deficit by way of tries from Corey Corridor and Lee Gaskell, with Jacob Miller’s drop-goal clinching a dramatic 19-18 victory in extra-time; Hull KR had been additionally victorious, overcoming Salford Pink Devils 43-16
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Wakefield captain Jacob Miller capped a stirring fightback with a golden objective drop-goal to clinch a 19-18 victory over Hull and ease his facet’s relegation fears.
There appeared no method again for Trinity after they trailed 18-6 at half-time – however they clawed their method again and full-back Lee Gaskell’s transformed 78th-minute attempt despatched the sport into extra-time.
Hull skipper Luke Gale might have received it, however despatched two drop-goal makes an attempt broad and Miller had the ultimate say as Wakefield snatched a vital victory to maneuver 4 factors away from bottom-club Toulouse.
The turning level got here seven minutes into the second half when Hull full-back Jake Connor – who had earlier supplied the cut-out passes for tries by wingers Adam Swift and Darnell McIntosh – limped off injured.
Wakefield additionally suffered a serious damage blow as centre Reece Lyne hobbled off after solely 4 minutes they usually quickly fell behind when winger Swift scored the primary of his two tries.
The guests prolonged their lead on 28 minutes, with Connor once more the supplier for McIntosh and Gale kicked his second conversion from the touchline earlier than including a penalty to make it 14-0.
Trinity not often threatened the Hull line till Matty Ashurst pulled out of Connor’s deal with to attain a attempt which Mason Lino transformed – just for Swift to gather a bouncing ball from Gale’s kick to the nook on the stroke of half-time.
However Wakefield got here extra into the sport within the second half and centre Corey Corridor discovered a transparent path to the road on 67 minutes, pouncing on a dealing with error by McIntosh.
Lino’s second conversion lower the hole to 6 factors earlier than Gaskell dummied his method over for his or her third attempt to arrange extra-time and Miller’s priceless one-pointer.
Coote brings up century as Hull KR snap shedding streak
Lachlan Coote joined the 100-try membership as Hull KR ended a run of 4 defeats in all competitions with a 43-16 victory over Salford Pink Devils.
The previous St Helens star notched his 100th and 101st profession touchdowns in a private haul of 23 factors, whereas evergreen winger Ryan Corridor and centre Ben Crooks additionally added attempt doubles.
Rovers’ different landing got here from fellow winger Ethan Ryan, whereas Kallum Watkins, Deon Cross and Joe Burgess all crossed the road for Salford.
Full-back Coote put Rovers forward after 12 minutes, following up his personal last-tackle kick to pluck the ball from Ken Sio’s grasp and contact down.
Three minutes later Coote struck once more, ending off Matt Parcell’s break and goaling each tries to place Rovers in management earlier than Rowan Milnes’ superbly-flighted go gave Corridor a walk-in rating.
Watkins swooped on a free ball by Parcell to get Salford on the scoresheet, however Coote added a drop-goal on the interval hooter and Corridor cemented his facet’s benefit by going over within the nook quickly after the restart.
Salford’s Tyler Dupree was sin-binned after a midfield skirmish and Ryan capitalised to attain his facet’s fifth attempt earlier than Cross and Burgess replied late on.