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SAINTS have won their last three meetings with Wak

first_imgSAINTS have won their last three meetings with Wakefield, with the Wildcats’ last win against the Saints coming 33-32 at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium on August 12, 2012.St Helens have also won their last four home meetings with Wakefield, with the Wildcats’ last away win against the Saints coming 22-20 at Knowsley Road on 17 July, 2009.2014 Meeting:Wakefield 16, St Helens 24 (SLR6, 23/3/14)Super League Summary:St Helens won 27Wakefield won 7Highs and Lows:St Helens highest score: 64-16 (H, 2005) (Widest margin: 60-4, H, 2005)Wakefield highest score: 41-22 (H, 2004) (also widest margin)Super League Milestones:Paul Wellens needs one try to draw level with Keith Senior in second place in the list of all-time leading try-scorers.1 Danny McGuire (Leeds, 2001-present) 2142 Keith Senior (Leeds/Sheffield, 1996-2011) 1993 Paul Wellens (St Helens, 1998-present) 1984 David Hodgson (Hull KR/Huddersfield/Salford/Wigan/Halifax, 1999-present) 1685 Leon Pryce (Catalan Dragons/St Helens/Bradford, 1998-present) 1656 Ade Gardner (Hull KR/St Helens, 2002-present) 1537 Ryan Hall (Leeds, 2007-present) 1528 Kirk Yeaman (Hull FC, 2001-present) 1499 Rob Burrow (Leeds, 2001-present) 14810 Pat Richards (Wigan, 2006-2013) 147Paul Wellens – 2 tries away from 200 (198 for St Helens, 1998-2014)Consecutive Appearances:Hull FC’s Joe Westerman has the longest run of consecutive appearances amongst Super League players, with 40.Westerman last missed a Hull game on 25 May, 2013 – a 22-16 Magic Weekend win against Hull KR at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.His streak then started on 31 May, 2013 – an 18-6 home win against Leeds.1 Joe Westerman (Hull FC) 402 = Matt Cook (London Broncos), Sia Soliola (St Helens) 304 = Eorl Crabtree (Huddersfield Giants), Zeb Taia (Catalan Dragons) 27First Utility Super League Leading ScorersTries:1 Joel Monaghan (Warrington Wolves) 232 Tom Makinson (St Helens) 223 Morgan Escare (Catalan Dragons) 214 Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield Giants) 185 = Justin Carney (Castleford Tigers), Elliott Whitehead (Catalan Dragons) 177 = Michael Shenton (Castleford Tigers), Michael Oldfield (Catalan Dragons), Joe Wardle (Huddersfield Giants) 1610 = Ryan Hall (Leeds Rhinos), Mason Caton-Brown (Salford Red Devils), Josh Charnley (Wigan Warriors) 15Goals:1 Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 892 Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 883 Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 864 Travis Burns (Hull Kingston Rovers) 765 = Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos), Luke Walsh (St Helens) 667 Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 658 Chris Bridge (Warrington Wolves) 649 = Thomas Bosc (Catalan Dragons), Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 50Goals Percentage:1 Jamie Ellis (Castleford Tigers) 100.00 (10/10)2 Jordan Rankin (Hull FC) 88.46 (23/26)3 Luke Gale (Bradford Bulls) 88.23 (30/34)4 Sam Williams (Catalan Dragons) 84.00 (21/25)5 Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 81.96 (50/61)6 Jacob Miller (Hull FC) 81.81 (9/11)7 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 78.57 (66/84)8 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 76.74 (66/86)9 = Chris Bridge (Warrington Wolves) (64/84), Jamie Foster (Bradford Bulls) (32/42) 76.19Points:1 Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 2042 Matty Smith (Wigan Warriors) 1933 Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 1864 Chris Bridge (Warrington Wolves) 1685 Travis Burns (Hull Kingston Rovers) 1666 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 1537 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 1528 Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 1389 Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 13210 Thomas Bosc (Catalan Dragons) 105last_img read more

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