Former Sea Eagles five-eighth Cade Cust in action for Wigan Warriors. Photo: @WiganWarriorsRL Twitter

Former Rabbitoh Chris McQueen continued his great start to the Super League season with another try. Find out how all the Aussies went in week four.

After week four in the Betfred Super League the season is starting to take shape, and more Aussies are starting to fire.

Leeds Rhinos kicked off round four with a comfortable 34-18 win over Wakefield Trinity on Thursday. Former Warriors winger David Fusitu’a scored his first try for the Rhinos, while former Bulldog Rhyse Martin kicked five goals.

The following night saw reigning premiers St Helens continue their winning start with a straightforward 42-8 win at Hull KR. Former Knight Sione Mata’utia scored a brace of tries for the Saints.

In Friday night’s other game a depleted Catalans Dragons overcame Warrington Wolves 24-18, although two late tries for the Wolves made the scoreline look closer than it was. Former NSW five-eight Mitchell Pearce scored his first try for the Dragons in the victory.

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On Saturday, Wigan Warriors scraped past winless Toulouse 29-28, with former Eel Jai Field scoring another two tries and Cade Cust getting one of his own.

Sunday afternoon saw Huddersfield Giants crush Salford Red Devils 34-2. Ex-Rabbitoh Chris McQueen continued his remarkable start to the year with his fifth try of the season, and former Wests Tigers and Warriors utility Tui Lolohea came in for special praise, with his coach describing him as the competition’s best full-back.

In Sunday’s other match, Castleford Tigers finally picked up their first win of 2022, with a 33-26 win over Hull FC. Former Melbourne man Cheyse Blair was among the try-scorers for Cas.


Wakefield Trinity 18-34 Leeds Rhinos

Hull KR 8-42 St Helens

Warrington Wolves 18-24 Catalans Dragons

Toulouse Olympique 28-29 Wigan Warriors

Huddersfield Giants 34-2 Salford Red Devils

Castleford Tigers 33-26 Hull FC

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