Super League roundup: Wins for London Broncos, Huddersfield Giants, Bradford Bulls

Tom Lineham of Hull FC scores a second half try during the Super League match between Hull FC and Catalans Dragons at KC Stadium on February 14, 2014
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Sports Mole rounds up all the action from Sunday's Super League matches.

London Broncos picked up their first win of the Super League season to deny Leeds Rhinos the opportunity to climb up to second in the league table.

Joe Keyes ran in a hat-trick at The Hive - including two tries in the final 10 minutes - to help the division's bottom side record a famous 40-36 victory.

Rhinos had one eye on next weekend's Challenge Cup final, but despite adding three tries in the opening 13 minutes the Loiners came undone.

Another of the relegated clubs, Bradford Bulls, also tasted victory in their match this afternoon against Hull FC at the Provident Stadium.

The Bulls have now won their last three games, while the Black and Whites have hit a rough patch with this their eighth winless game in a row.

Setaimata Sa and Tom Lineham crossed over in the final six minutes for the visitors, but it was not enough to overturn the 34-28 scoreline.

Huddersfield Giants kept alive their hopes of a top four finish with a 28-14 triumph against Widnes Vikings at the John Smith's Stadium.

Peter Aspinall touched down early on for the first of the Claret and Golds' seven tries of the afternoon to put his side on their way to a fourth-straight win.

The result means that there was to be no winning return to league action for Widnes following their Challenge Cup semi-final defeat last time out.

Results in full: Bradford Bulls 34-28 Hull FC, Huddersfield Giants 28-14 Widnes Vikings, London Broncos 40-36 Leeds Rhinos

General view of Odsal Stadium on March 28, 2012
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