Wigan Warriors have increased their lead at the top of the table following this evening's games in the Super League.
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It was a comfortable evening for the Warriors as they beat Salford City Reds 46-6 at the DW Stadium.
The home side were dominant from the start with four early tries, but Matty Smith struggled with the kicking duties, missing all four conversion attempts.
However, a late drop goal from Danny Craven helped the Vikings hold on for the win.
The visitors crossed the try line five times in the first half, helping Leeds to a 30-6 advantage at half time.
Elliot Kear scored twice for the home side after the break, but the Bulls could not stop Leeds from recording their eighth straight win in the Super League.
However, the visitors could not cope with their opponents' pace in the second half, allowing Hull to add six further tries, with Crooks and Tom Briscoe both securing braces.
Results in full: Bradford Bulls 22-42 Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC 48-12 London Broncos, St Helens 28-35 Widnes Vikings, Wigan Warriors 46-6 Salford City Reds