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WATCH & VOTE: Phil Clarke's top five Super 8 tries of the week
Last Updated: 15/08/17 4:16pm
Phil Clarke has picked out his top five tries from the second round of the Super League Super 8s, and we want you to vote for your favourite.
The first of Phil's selections came from the Beaumont Legal Stadium where Wakefield ran out 38-6 winners over Leeds Rhinos on Friday, with Ben Jones-Bishop capitalising on a Scott Grix kick to score on the 26th minute.
Elsewhere on Friday evening, Marc Sneyd hit a 50-metre penalty to clinch an 8-6 win for Hull FC in a low-quality game at St Helens. It was Justin Holbrook's side who registered the first points of the evening as Regan Grace touched down in style out wide after Mark Percival had created the opening.
Shaun Lunt scored twice as Championship side Hull KR claimed a thrilling 20-16 win over Leigh Centurions, the team which replaced them in Super League this season.
The hooker went in for a try in each half to seal a memorable win for the Robins, but it was his second with just five minutes of the game remaining that has made it into Phil's try-of-the-week contenders.
He is joined in the shortlist by team-mate Ryan Shaw, who collected Jamie Ellis' high kick to the corner and touched down earlier in the match to level the scores at 10-10.
Castleford have one hand on the League Leaders' Shield after their 23-4 victory over Salford at the AJ Bell Stadium with Jy Hitchcox going over for the pick of their tries in the 63rd minute after two involvements from man-of-the-match Zak Hardaker.
Click on the video to see all the tries and vote for your favourite below...