As a classy performance saw at Old Trafford st Helens clinched their first Super League Grand success on Saturday since 2014.??
Figure out how every participant rated from the occasion below…
Lachlan Coote 8/10: Defensively sound, faultless, and amassing a number of bombs kicking, splitting the articles together with five attempts.
Tommy Makinson 7/10: Seemed inhibited after landing awkwardly on his left arm in the second half but split the articles using a drop objective.
Kevin Naiqama 7/10: Set the tone Saints dominance in the first quarter using a hefty hit Lee Mossop and never let up in intensity.
Mark Percival 7/10: Produced a moment of magic from racing to his grubber for the telling third try.
Regan Grace 6/10: The winger though he had been a digital pedestrian for the next half, bothered Salford with his pace and his slipperiness.
Jonny Lomax 6/10: A couple of breaks apart, a night to the Saints stand-off.
Theo Fages 6/10: Like Lomax, the scrum-half performed but failed to set the pulses racing.
Alex Walmsley 8/10: pass that is astute along with Driving run led to the opening try of the game. Difficult to halt when he gets on a roster, the powerhouse .
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 tireless screen from the England international, always maintaining Salford on the foot.
Zeb Taia 7/10: Another performance from the rower, who capped a display.
Dominique Peyroux 6/10: Industrious enough without creating a lasting impression.
Morgan Knowles 7/10: Took advantage of a gap following collecting Walmsley pass to break the deadlock following a quarter of an 30, in Salfords defence.
Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook 7/10: Made an impact off the bench Saints on the foot.
Kyle Amor 7/10: The veteran might not be first choice but he did not let anybody down here.
Jack Ashworth 6/10: Maybe blessed after looking to make contact Krisnan Inu to avoid punishment.
Blessed when forcing a key to prevent giving away a penalty on his Gil Dudson and aaron Smith 6/10 knock .
Niall Evalds 6/10: Not much of a risk going.
Ken Sio 5/10: his inability to gather a ball that is high , albeit under certain pressure, directed to Saints second try of the evening.
Kris Welham 6/10: Showed lots of endeavour but faded as the game wore on.
Jake Bibby 7/10: Coolly gathered Hastings pass get back Salford to the competition and to dive .
Krisnan Inu 6/10: Bore the brunt of a couple of heavy tackles but refused to wilt.
Tuimoala Lolohea 7/10: Provided the impetus for the first-half fightback of Salford, after an ingenious jinking run was chalked off, even though his try.
Jackson Hastings 7/10: Super Leagues Man of Steel supplied an inch-perfect overhaul for Bibbys try however his balls lacked penetration.
Lee Mossop 6/10: Dropped the ball deep in his own half minutes after kick-off, enticing some early pressure.
Logan Tomkins 6/10: his obstruction headed to Loloheas attempt while he uttered the inventiveness of Saints counterpart Roby since Salford subsided after the 28, being scrubbed.
Gil Dudson 6/10: Unnecessarily captured Thompson high, leading to a punishment that moved Saints 14 points ahead.
Josh Jones 7/10: Enthusiastic and prepared, this was not the way the next rower could have desired to sign off by the Red Devils.
George Griffin 6/10: Gave away a clumsy penalty early on but enhanced.
Tyrone McCarthy 6/10: Drove Salford at every chance.
Joey Lussick 7/10: Sensational 40/20 with a quarter of an hour Salford hope but they werent able to capitalise.
Mark Flanagan 5/10: Struggling to make a belief.
Adam Walker 6/10: Unfortunate to be penalised in the second half with Salford at a decent position.
Greg Burke 6/10 lots of heart as the match gained from Salford.
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