St. Helens will face fierce rivals and Wigan in next week’s Grand Final after beating the Catalans
Lachlan Cots St Helens produced an outstanding showing at full back to help book a major derby final with rivals Wigan.
Cotet scored two attempts, had a hand in two more, and scored eight goals while the champions ignored the physical challenge of the Dragon to conclude their journey to Hull on Friday.. .
The Catalans were already missing Mickey McClorum and Joel Tomkins, and they stopped James Maloney and Ben Garcia for sin during an often brawling confrontation..
Veteran Saints James Graham’s hopes of ending a fairy tale of his stellar career hinge upon his passing concussion protocols in sports this week after failing to assess a head injury.
Fellow striker Louis McCarthy Skarsbrook was initially reported – incorrectly – to have failed a head test as well, but returned to the field in the second half.
And with James Robbie usually indulging in excitement all the time, and Kevin Nykama scoring an impressive hat-trick, Christian Wolff’s team had too much for the Dragons to fail to reach their first Grand Final. .
The Saints led 14-2 after an often brutal first run that included a range of loud tackles.
Someone saw Maloney – who opened the scoring with an early penalty kick – showed a yellow card in the early stages..
Ruby showed all his experience attacking the blind side of the phantom half as most of the Saints’ attack lined up in the opposite direction, and Coote crashed at close range.
The full-back added a diversion and a penalty, before the Saints put their lead in half an hour with an impressive effort..
The clever handling of the right winger who was released from Tommy Mackinson in the middle of the road, and when he escaped from the coverage of Josh Drinkwater, he backed Kevin nod to record.
The Dragons blew up an opportunity to hit back directly in the first half when Tom Davis approached from within sight, and Naiqama’s second shortly after the restart effectively ended the competition..
The Fiji Center was relegated after kicks from Theo Fagis and Cote, who then boosted his contribution.
The Australian got a great pass from Zip Taya on his second attempt, then participated in preparing for another great attempt by Johnny Lomax, extending the difference to 28 points.
Other attempts by James Bentley and term notches made by Nqaymah and Reagan Grace completed the recording – and Wigan now awaits.
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