Wakefield Wildcats 14 - 32 Huddersfield Giants
Huddersfield won a scrappy derby thanks to tries from Jermaine McGillvary (2), Joe Wardle (2), Larne Patrick and Kevin Brown to take over from Warrington at the summit.
Wakefield winger Ben Cockayne scored all three of his side's tries to lead a brief revival but Huddersfield started and finished strongly to deserve the points without playing anywhere near their best.
Widnes Vikings 37 - 36 Wigan Warriors
Bottom club Widnes prevented Wigan going top thanks to a drop-goal from Lloyd White 10 minutes from time.
The Vikings looked down and out when they trailed 36-18 after 48 minutes, but hit back in style with tries from White, Shaun Briscoe and Frankie Winterstein - plus three kicks from Gareth O'Brien - bringing them level before White landed his dramatic one-pointer to seal a deserved victory.
Paddy Flynn and Stefan Marsh also crossed the whitewash for Widnes, while Briscoe also scored in the first half, while
Wigan's tries came courtesy of Matthew Russell (2), Gareth Hock, Harrison Hansen, Brett Finch and Joe Mellor.
Wigan had a late chance to win the match but Josh Charnley, who had booted six goals from six attempts, was off-target with a penalty.
London Broncos 42 - 16 Castleford Tigers
On Saturday, Craig Gower guided the London Broncos to their first win of the Super League season as they ran in eight tries to beat Castleford 42-16.
Gower grabbed a try and, with the game still in the balance during the second half, created a crucial late score for Jason Golden.
David Howell crossed twice for the Broncos with his opening score complimented by tries from Gower, Chris Bailey and Matt Cook in the first half.
Castleford remained in touch though with Nick Youngquest and Kirk Dixon going over and when Ryan McGoldrick dotted down early in the second half the game was up for grabs.
Dan Sarginson gave the hosts breathing space on the hour before Gower sent over Golden to break Castleford's resistance as late tries from Chris Melling and Howell blew out the winning margin.
Catalan Dragons 40 - 18 Salford City Reds
Catalan Dragons ended Salford's three-match winning run in emphatic style at the Stade Gilbert Brutus with a 40-18 win.
The Reds were aiming to secure their best run of games in Super League since 1997, whereas the home side were aiming to bounce back from a disappointing defeat at Wigan last weekend.
With seven first team regulars missing, the home side went into the game with 11 French players in their 17-man squad.
Yet Scott Dureau pulled the strings to create five of the Dragons' eight tries and run Salford ragged.
Hull KR 24 - 36 Bradford Bulls
Bradford Bulls stunned Hull KR 36-24 with a superb second-half comeback at Craven Park.
Jason Crookes scored a hat-trick as the Bulls pulled off an improbably win after they had trailed 24-8 with 25 minutes left to play.
Mick Potter's men then ran in five tries after that as Crookes dived in twice, to complete his treble, along with scores from Matt Diskin, Brett Kearney and Keith Lulia.
The stunned hosts had surged into their lead with Kris Welham, Mickey Paea and Josh Hodgson going over before the break and Craig Hall added a fourth soon after the re-start.
But from there things fell apart for Rovers to allow Bradford to jump ahead of them in the table.
Leeds Rhinos 26 - 18 Warrington Wolves
On Friday, man of the moment Liam Hood scored the match-winning try as Leeds ended Warrington's unbeaten start to the season with a 26-18 victory at Headingley.
The 20-year-old scored on his debut to put the gloss on the champions' 36-14 win at Castleford a week ago and was the hero again after pouncing for the all-important try that takes the Rhinos within a point of the leaders.
Warrington, who were without Brett Hodgson, Michael Monaghan and Chris Bridge, fought back from 12-0 down to draw level by the break and they trailed by just two points until Hood seized on a defensive blunder by Richie Myler on 67 minutes to seal their fate.
Young Leeds centres Zak Hardaker and Kallum Watkins both scored tries to celebrate their call-up into England coach Steve McNamara's elite training squad while captain Kevin Sinfield kicked five goals to move to within 15 points of becoming the highest scorer in the club's history.
St Helens 10 - 22 Hull FC
Hull came from behind to win 22-10 at Langtree Park and consign St Helens to their fourth game without a win.
The Black and Whites produced a resilient performance to keep chipping away at a Saints side low on confidence, if not commitment.
Saints had led 10-4 and appeared in control until the game turned when Jordan Turner raced the length of the field from a sloppy Josh Perry pass.
Three Danny Tickle penalties had more or less clinched it for Hull before Wade McKinnon nipped on to a Richard Horne grubber to twist the knife, and send the Saints fans in the 14,875 crowd home unhappy.
Widnes Vikings 16-44 Leeds Rhinos
Widnes' wait for their first win back in Super League continued as Leeds handed them a fourth straight defeat - 44-16 at the Stobart Stadium - on Sunday.
The newly-crowned world champions, who led 22-10 at the break, ran in eight tries including two each from Ben Jones-Bishop, Rob Burrow and Ryan Hall. Zak Hardaker and Kallum Watkins got the others.
But it was a gutsy display by the Vikings who have now lost their last five matches against Leeds since 2003.
Patrick Ah Van, Rhys Hanbury and Paddy Flynn all crossed the the hosts.
Castleford Tigers 4-46 Wigan Warriors
In-form Wigan racked up their third straight Super League win by running in eight tries to crush Castleford 46-4.
Sam Tomkins scored a hat-trick on his 100th Wigan appearance and Pat Richards contributed 22 points with a two tries and seven goals to wreck Castleford's hopes of a first home victory of the season.
The Tigers were 12-0 down after just eight minutes and never looked like winning an emotional game with their head coach Ian Millward on compassionate leave following the sudden death of his 19-year-old son Robbie.
A minute's applause was held before the game in Robbie's memory.
Warrington Wolves 42-10 Hull KR
Warrington Wolves withstood a Hull KR fightback at the Halliwell Jones Stadium before finally easing to victory 42-10 to move back to the top of the standings.
The Wolves had built an 18-0 lead at half-time but tries from Rhys Lovegrove and Craig Hall for the visitors had cut that lead to just eight points midway through the second half.
But winger Chris Riley grabbed his second try of the game on 63 minutes to ease any Warrington concerns.
And the home side made the game safe when Ben Westwood crashed over for two tries in two minutes and Ryan Atkin also crossed as the Wolves ran in three tries in the final six minutes.
London Broncos 16-30 Huddersfield Giants
Danny Brough guided Huddersfield Giants to a third win in four games as they enjoyed a 30-16 victory over London Broncos.
Brough scored one try, created two others and kept the visitors on the front foot for most of the contest with an intelligent kicking game.
For the Broncos, a fourth defeat in four games sees their new-look side stay close to the foot of the table.
Wakefield Wildcats 18-36 Bradford Bulls
Elliott Whitehead claimed a hat-trick of tries as Bradford bounced back from their 10-try mauling by Wigan to gain a handsome 36-18 victory over Wakefield in Saturday's sole Stobart Super League game.
The 22-year-old second-rower, in only his third game back from a five-match biting ban, grabbed an interception try just before half-time to edge the Bulls in front and completed his second treble for the club as they ran riot in the second half.
The real hero, however, was Australian half-back Ben Jeffries, now in his second spell at Bradford after two stints with Wakefield, who caused havoc for the Wildcats defence with his tactical kicking.
Brett Kearney (two) and Keith Lulia joined Whitehead in crossing the whitewash for the Bulls while Jarrod Sammut displayed expert marksmanship with six goals from as many attempts.
Ben Cockayne, Richie Mathers, Danny Kirmond and Steve Southern scored tries for the hosts, with Isaac John kicking a goal.
St Helens 32-34 Catalan Dragons
On Friday night, Catalan Dragons snatched a dramatic 34-32 victory over St Helens, coming from 26-8 down and scoring the winning try with the last move of the match, to go top for the first time in their history.
Saints were in complete command when they led by 22 points after 44 minutes but the French outfit roared back with three tries in eight minutes to cut the gap to just four points.
In a sensational finish, St Helens centre Gary Wheeler scored his second try to restore his side's eight-point lead but the never-say-die Dragons finished the stronger, scoring the all-important try after the final hooter through centre Daryl Millard with Scott Dureau keeping his nerve to land the touchline goal.
Salford City Reds 24-22 Hull FC
In Friday night's other game, Daniel Holdsworth kicked a late penalty to earn Salford City Reds their first win at their new home as edged out Hull FC 24-22.
But, after going 10-0 up thanks to two tries from winger Ashley Gibson, the Reds had to come from behind.
Two first-half tries on his debut from Hull scrum-half Brett Seymour and one for Wade McKinnion put the Black and Whites in front.
But tries from Matty Ashurst and Sean Gleeson after the break were converted by Holdsworth, who slotted the winning penalty two minutes from time.
Hull KR 36-36 St Helens
Jamie Foster's penalty after the final hooter rescued a point for St Helens in a thrilling 36-36 draw with Hull KR in the Stobart Super League on Sunday.
Foster, who had missed three attempts prior to his last kick, made no mistake at the death to deny Rovers a win in front of their home fans at Craven Park.
It had been a see-saw game, with Saints moving 14-0 up after 17 minutes through tries from Sia Soliola, Michael Shenton and James Roby.
However, the hosts stormed back and after Dave Hodgson Con Mika and Shannon McDonnell had all crossed the whitewash, Rovers found themselves 18-14 ahead.
The lead changed hands twice more before the break with first Chris Flannery and then Josh Hodgson going in.
The second half had a lot to live up to and Saints scored twice in the first nine minutes through Francis Meli and Paul Wellens.
Again Rovers responded wth Mika's second try of the game followed by a Craig Hall conversion - he was impeccable with the boot all day - to level at 30-30.
Kris Welham's try in the 65th minute broke that deadlock - Hall again converting - but Meli's second try reduced the deficit to two points heading into the final stages.
Seconds before the hooter sounded, Saints were awarded a penalty for Mickey Paea's high shot on Tony Puletua and Foster's right foot did the rest.
Bradford Bulls 16-54 Wigan Warriors
Wigan winger Pat Richards produced a 16-point haul to overtake Frano Botica on the club's all-time points-scoring chart as the Warriors cruised to a 54-16 victory over struggling Bradford at Odsal.
The 2010 Man of Steel scored one of his side's 10 tries and kicked six goals from eight attempts to take his points tally for the club to 1,943, edging him in front of Botica, with only Jim Sullivan and Andy Farrell now in front of him.
It was all too easy for the Warriors, with Darrell Goulding, Josh Charnley, Liam Farrell and Chris Tuson all taking advantage of a weak Bradford defence to score two tries piece.
Hull FC 22-14 London Broncos
Hull celebrated their first Super League win under new coach Peter Gentle with a comfortable 22-14 victory against London Broncos at the KC Stadium.
The victory, which leaves the Broncos still pointless, had not looked in doubt until London took advantage of Sam Moa's sending off for Hull.
Utilising the extra man London staged a late fightback in a scrappy game, but it was ultimately too little too late as the hosts held on to remain undefeated following their opening round draw against Warrington.
Hull led 16-4 at the break and Joe Westerman, Wade McKinnon, Tom Briscoe and Kirk Yeaman all went over for tries, with Danny Tickle adding three successful kicks.
London's repsonse came from Luke Dorn, Michael Robertson and Chris Melling, but it was not enough.
Widnes Vikings 18-38 Salford City Reds
Salford turned in a sizzling first-half show in their 38-18 victory over Widnes to break their duck for the season and leave the league's new boys still searching for their first win.
The Vikings - without Scott Moore, Hep Cahill and Simon Finnigan, all suspended for a breach of club discipline - trailed 32-6 at half time and lost
Ben Kavanagh and Anthony Watts through injury. They turned in an improved second-half show but stay rooted to the foot of the table.
Daniel Holdsworth and Luke Patten both crossed twice in the first half, while Jodie Broughton and Gareth Owen added further scores just before the break for the visitors. Iafeta Paleaaesina added a seventh after the interval.
To add to the hosts' worries, Ben Kavanagh was stretchered off after appearing to catch his studs in the controversial artificial 'iPitch'.
Their tries came via Patrick Ah Van (2) and Paddy Flynn.
Huddersfield Giants 22-32 Warrington Wolves
On Saturday, Adrian Morley celebrated his 400th club match by leading Warrington to the top of the table with a thrilling 32-22 victory over previous leaders Huddersfield.
Morley's opposite number Eorl Crabtree marked the 300th appearance of his career with a solo try from a marathon stint but it was not enough to maintain his side's impressive start to the season.
The Giants, who began the season with an away win over Wigan, threatened to avenge their 47-0 play-off defeat by the Wolves when they led 12-4 after 21 minutes but the visitors just about deserved the spoils.
Catalan Dragons 28-20 Castleford Tigers
Catalan Dragons finished strongly to record a 28-20 victory over Castleford.
The French side ran in five tries to take the sparkle off an impressive individual contribution from the visitors' Josh Griffin.
Griffin crossed the whitewash three times and Joe Arundel also scored a try - but Thomas Bosc, Vincent Dupport, Daryl Millard (2) and Jason Baitieri did likewise to make sure the points stayed at home.
Huddersfield Giants 66 Widnes Vikings 6
Four-try hero Leroy Cudjoe's length-of-the-field solo touchdown lit up Huddersfield's home 66-6 demolition of promoted Widnes.
Academy product Luke George also scored a hat-trick in a 12-try rout that featured nine goal kicks from the influential Danny Brough.
The Giants, already leading 18-0 thanks to three early converted scores, were defending near their own tryline when Cudjoe broke for a stunning solo try in the 25th minute.
He intercepted Rhys Hansbury's attempted pass and raced down the other end, leaving all trailing in his wake for his second touchdown of the afternoon.
Luke Robinson, Jason Chan, Greg Eden, Joe Wardle and Scott Grix also crossed, while Paddy Flynn claimed Widnes' only try.
Warrington Wolves 50 London Broncos 10
Warrington half-back Lee Briers returned to action to help the Wolves secure their first win of the new season - 50-10 against the London Broncos at the Halliwell Jones stadium.
The Wolves welcomed back Briers at stand-off after he was dropped for the opening day draw at Hull FC last weekend as a disciplinary measure by coach Tony Smith.
But the Warrington veteran responded in the best possible fashion and had a hand in all four of his side's first-half tries as the Wolves built a 22-10 interval lead.
And it was fitting that after being the chief creator for his team-mates for most of the afternoon that he also claimed two late second-half tries to put the seal on a fine individual performance.
Joel Monaghan, Chris Bridge and Ryan Atkins also claimed two tries each for the rampant Wolves as they started their home campaign with a convincing victory.
Wakefield Wildcats 10 Hull KR 22
Hull KR handed new coach Craig Sandercock his first competitive win since taking charge with a hard-fought 22-10 triumph away at Wakefield.
However, victory may have come at a price, with talismanic scrum-half Michael Dobson having to miss the majority of the game with a shoulder injury.
The pitch was only declared safe four hours prior to kick-off and, up until 30 minutes before the start, steel drums with burning wood inside them were scattered around the pitch in a bid to thaw it out.
Rhys Lovegrove, Mickey Paea, Josh Hodgson and Constantine Mika all crossed for Rovers who led 12-10 at the break, with the hosts having tries from Ben Cockayne and Andy Raleigh.
Castleford Tigers 12 Bradford Bulls 20
Battling Bradford recovered from their heavy home defeat against Catalan Dragons to bag their first win of the new season as they won 20-12 at neighbours Castleford.
The visitors defended magnificently throughout and took their limited chances to inflict Castleford's first defeat under new coach Ian Millward.
The Tigers, looking to build on their opening victory at Salford, dominated for long periods in heavy conditions but were unable to make it count.
Scrum-half Luke Gale was a key contributor for the Bulls. He impressed with his kicking game, set up an early try and landed four goals.
Brett Kearney, Tom Burgess and Jarrod Sammut crossed for the Bulls, while Cas' replay came from tries by Josh Griffin and Richard Owen, with Kirk Dixon adding two kicks.
Wigan Warriors 20 Leeds Rhinos 6
Winger Josh Charnley scored a hat-trick of tries as Wigan bounced back from their shock opening home defeat by Huddersfield with a clinical 20-6 destruction of champions Leeds.
It was the Rhinos' first defeat since they lost to the Warriors in the Challenge Cup final at Wembley last August and a setback ahead of next Friday's World Club Challenge against Manly Sea Eagles.
Charnley's two first-half tries were both converted by Pat Richards to make it 12-0 at the break and he extended the lead with a penalty nine minutes into the second half awarded for a high tackle on Chris Tuson.
Leeds reduced the deficit with a try from Darrell Griffin, converted by Kevin Sinfield, but Charnley had the last word.
Catalans Dragons - Hull FC
Catalan Dragons' match with Hull FC in Perpignan was postponed due to a frozen pitch.
Referee Phil Bentham and match commissioner Gerry Kershaw took the decision, in conjunction with the coaches and chief executives from both clubs, following an inspection of the playing surface at Stade Gilbert Brutus on Saturday afternoon.
"Referee Phil Bentham and match commissioner Gerry Kershaw, with both coaches Trent Robinson and Peter Gentle and both CEOs Christophe Jouffret and Tony Sutton, inspected the pitch and deemed the surface unplayable," said Catalan spokesman Yannick Rey.
St Helens 38 Salford City Reds 10
St Helens scored 38 unanswered points to stave off the threat of a shock defeat and start life at their new £30million Langtree Park home with a hard-fought 38-10 victory over a battling Salford.
A week after having their own stadium opening night ruined by Castleford, the Reds threatened to spoil Saints' party with a first away win for more than 30 years when they led 10-0 after 24 minutes.
But Saints came to life in the second half with a three-try burst in eight minutes to turn the game on its head and, although well below their best, they currently sit at the top of the Stobart Super League with two wins from their first two matches.
Widnes Vikings 14-32 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
A well drilled Wakefield side stifled Widnes' party on Friday night. Widnes coach Dennis Betts said that Friday was just the start, and that the team's focus would be beyond that. How quickly he will want to move on. Wakefield breezed through the Vikings with five second-half tries to completely ruin Widnes' Super League comeback.
Leeds Rhinos 34-16 Hull KR
The Rhinos began yet another Super League campaign as defending champions on a frosty night at Headingley. Tries from Watkins (3), Delaney, Webb and McGuire were enough to put The Robins to the sword. The visitors did enough to keep Leeds honest, but as they tired Leeds' confidence began to shine through.
London Broncos 24-34 St Helens
The artists formerly known as ‘Quins tested St Helens' resolve on Saturday afternoon. Leading at the break the London side caused more than a few problems for last season's grand finalists. The visitors ground out a win, but there will be much for Broncos coach Rob Powell to be happy with following their resolute performance.
Salford City Reds 10-24 Castleford Tigers
Tigers coach Ian Millward will be delighted with the performance of his charges in difficult conditions. The game was played in blizzard conditions, with Salford's new pitch covered in snow. Owen (2), Griffin and Milner grabbed the tries for the Tigers as they spoilt Salford's dreams of winning first time round at the Salford City Stadium.
Hull FC 20-20 Warrington Wolves
Hull pressed Warrington hard for a draw, but had it not been for the mis-placed conversion from Ben Westwood the The Wire would've taken all three points away from The KC Stadium. Yeaman, Tickle (2) and Briscoe crossed for the home side, and they will be disappointed not to walk away with the points themselves.
Wigan Warriors 16-20 Huddersfield Giants
The Giants sent out a message of intent to Super League as Larne Patrick scored two second-half tries to sink The Warriors. The Giants had seven first choice players missing from selection, but even that couldn't stop Nathan Brown's men from recording a famous opening day win at the DW stadium.
Bradford Bulls 12-34 Catalans Dragons
The Dragons, led by the talismanic Scott Dureau, got their campaign underway with a bang at Odsal. Tries from Baitieri, Greenshields, Bosc, Sa, Millard and Raguin were enough to see off a tepid performance by Bradford. The home side managed consolation efforts through Langley and Kear, but these were blips on an otherwise difficult afternoon for the home side.
Hull KR 24 St Helens 22
Hull KR brought St Helens' five-match winning run to an end with a thrilling 24-22 victory in a seesaw encounter at Craven Park to keep their engage Super League play-off hopes alive.
Australian stand-off Blake Green grabbed two first half tries as the Robins secured a fourth successive home win over Saints to remain just a point behind eighth-placed Hull FC with two matches left of the regular season.
St Helens, who twice held the lead, missed the chance to wrap up third place but they are still three points clear of Huddersfield and should have key forwards James Graham and Tony Puletua back to maintain their push for a sixth successive Grand Final appearance.
Crusaders 18 Hull FC 58
Crusaders signed off at home in the way they started - by losing to Hull.
This time, instead of a 28-20 defeat, Hull hammered the second bottom Welshmen 58-18 under a barrage of tries.
However, they will be waiting nervously on news of Danny Tickle who limped off the field in the first-half with an apparent hamstring injury.
Harlequins RL 32 Leeds Rhinos 22
Luke Dorn grabbed a hat-trick as Harlequins inflicted a shock 32-22 defeat on Leeds a week away from their Challenge Cup final date with Wigan.
Quins, who had won just once in their past 19 matches, dominated throughout as Leeds coach Brian McDermott endured a dreadful first return to the club he coached for four years.
McDermott left out key forwards Jamie Peacock, Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Ryan Bailey and the Rhinos were powder-puff throughout as the struggling Quins claimed a famous double - following their 36-26 win at Headingley in February.
Mark Calderwood and Jamie O'Callaghan added to Dorn's treble, while Luke Gale landed five goals.
Leeds' response came from Rob Burrow, Danny McGuire, Ryan Hall and Jay Pitts, plus three Kevin Sinfield kicks.
Catalans Dragons 12 Warrington Wolves 25
Warrington returned to within a point of Engage Super League leaders Wigan with an impressive 25-12 win over Catalan Dragons in the south of France.
With plenty at stake for both sides - Catalan would have gone fourth with a win - three unanswered tries in the second half helped Tony Smith's men overturn a 12-6 half-time deficit and take the win.
With Lee Briers, back after injury, pulling the strings for Warrington, the home side were locked out in the last 10 minutes and unable to get anything from the game.
Chris Bridge scored two tries and landed four goals for the Wolves, as Lee Briers and Ryan Atkins also crossed.
The hosts had tries from Steve Menzies and Damien Blanch, as well as two goals from Scott Dureau.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 30 Castleford Tigers 34
Castleford moved a step closer to securing a play-off place with a last-gasp 34-30 victory over derby rivals Wakefield.
Dean Widders burst over two minutes from the end to secure the Tigers a win that leaves them needing just one more success to ensure they will extend their season.
The Tigers endured a nervy 80 minutes, however, despite Willie Isa's double leading a six-try performance.
Bottom-placed Wakefield had stunned their rivals when they raced 12-0 ahead after just four minutes and still looked on course for an upset when Dale Morton's 70th-minute penalty put them 30-28 ahead.
But Widders proved the match-winner in the dying stages before Danny Orr converted for the fifth time.
Wigan Warriors 60 Bradford Bulls 12
Wigan ran in 11 tries as they destroyed Bradford 60-12 at the DW Stadium in engage Super League XVI on Friday night.
Pat Richards scored a hat-trick while George Carmont, Josh Charnley and Sam Tomkins all crossed for braces as the West Yorkshire side were swept away in the second period.
It was 18-12 at the break despite Wigan dominating possession but the Warriors turned up the heat in the second half to go three points clear of Warrington at the top.
Salford City Reds 24 Huddersfield Giants 18
Winger Danny Williams scored a hat-trick to keep his Salford side's flickering play-off hopes alive, after they beat Huddersfield 24-18.
Man of the match Williams has now scored five tries in only four games for the Reds, who responded to new coach Matt Parish's recent criticism with an impressive show.
Salford went into the clash after successive defeats by Hull KR, Leeds and Wigan and keen to avenge their 52-22 hammering at Huddersfield in April.
They emerged victorious, Parish's first success in charge, but will still need to win their last two games and hope for results of other fixtures to go their way if they are to make the eight.