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2019年11月21日

As a performance saw in Old Trafford Salford 23-6 st Helens clinched their first Super League Grand success on Saturday since 2014.??
Find out how each participant rated in the event below…
Lachlan Coote 8/10: Defensively audio, collecting quite a few bombs and faultless kicking, dividing the articles together with five attempts.
Tommy Makinson 7/10: Seemed inhibited after landing awkwardly on his left arm but split the articles using a 40-metre drop goal.
Kevin Naiqama 7/10: Place the tone for Saints dominance in the first quarter and never let up in strength.
Mark Percival 7/10: Made a moment of magic by racing on to his grubber for its attempt that was telling.
Regan Grace 6/10: The wiry winger though he had been a pedestrian for its next half troubled Salford with his pace and his slipperiness.
Jonny Lomax 6/10: A couple of breaks apart, a quiet night for the Saints stand-off.
Theo Fages 6/10: As with Lomax, the scrum-half performed but failed to set the pulses racing.
Alex Walmsley 8/10: Driving run along with astute short pass led to the opening try of the match. Difficult to block the powerhouse when he puts on a roll.
James Roby 7/10: A few footwork allowed a deft interior pass to Zeb Taia to get Saints try. Remains the standout hooker of the league.
Luke Thompson 8/10: A screen from the England always keeping Salford on the foot.
Zeb Taia 7/10: Still another performance from the rower, who capped a screen with an attempt.
Dominique Peyroux 6/10: Industrious without creating a lasting impression sufficient.
Morgan Knowles 7/10: Use a little gap after amassing Walmsleys short pass to break the deadlock following a quarter of an 30, in Salfords defence.
Interchanges
Maintaining Saints on the front foot, louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook 7/10: Produced an impact from the bench.
Kyle Amor 7/10: The veteran may not be first choice but he didnt let anybody down here.
Jack Ashworth 6/10 blessed to avoid punishment after looking to create contact Krisnan Inu.
Aaron Smith 6/10 and fortunate when pushing a secret, to avoid giving away a penalty on his try-line Gil Dudson knock .
Niall Evalds 6/10: Not much of a risk going forward however defensively solid.
Ken Sio 5/10: His inability to collect a top ballunder a stress, led to Saints second try of the evening.
Kris Welham 6/10: Showed plenty of effort but faded as the match wore on.
Jake Bibby 7/10: Coolly gathered Hastings pass get Salford back to the competition and to dive .
Krisnan Inu 6/10: although the brunt of a few thick tackles but refused to wilt.
Tuimoala Lolohea 7/10: Considering that the impetus to get Salfords first-half fightback, after an jinking run was chalked off even if his try.
Jackson Hastings 7/10: the Man of Steel of Super League supplied an inch-perfect overhaul for Bibbys try however his large balls lacked penetration.
Lee Mossop 6/10: Dropped the ball deep in his own half minutes inviting some strain.
Logan Tomkins 6/10: his obstruction contributed to the try being scrubbed while he lacked the inventiveness of Saints counterpart Roby since Salford of Lolohea.
Gil Dudson 6/10: Unnecessarily caught Thompson large, causing a penalty which moved Saints.
Josh Jones 7/10: Enthusiastic and prepared, this was not the way the rower could have wanted to sign off by the Red Devils.
George Griffin 6/10: Gave away a clumsy penalty early on but improved.
Tyrone McCarthy 6/10: Drove Salford at every opportunity.
Interchanges
Joey Lussick 7/10: Sensational 40/20 with a quarter of the hour gave Salford trust but they werent able to capitalise.
Mark Flanagan 5/10: Struggling to make a belief.
Adam Walker 6/10: Unfortunate to be penalised with Salford in a place in the second half.
Greg Burke 6/10: Showed plenty of heart since the match got away from Salford.

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