The final round of the Super League season was billed as a 'Frantic Finale' and it did not fail to deliver. Let's relive all the best moments here...
Round 27 of the Super League season saw Wigan Warriors edge out the Catalans Dragons and St Helens to claim the League Leaders' Shield...
Relive all the updates from all six matches as the Super League regular season reached its climax!
We take a look at what is still to play for as the 2023 Betfred Super League regular season reaches its conclusion.
Ahead of a "frantic finale" to the regular Super League season on Friday, Sky Sports Rugby League give their predictions on how the top six will look for the play-offs...
Wakefield went down fighting as Gareth O'Brien's dramatic golden point drop goal signalled a heart-breaking end to their 24-year-stay in the Super League.
Sky Rugby League analyst Jon Wilkin has labelled Leeds Rhinos "the biggest flops" of the Super League season.
Leeds Rhinos' hopes of muscling in on the post-season play-offs are effectively over after Wigan dealt a 50-0 humiliation at Headingley to move top of Super League.
Wigan made it six Betfred Super League wins in succession to move top of the league thanks to a comfortable 26-8 win over Salford.
Wigan Warriors are in prime position for a shot at the Super League title after a shock 34-0 win over Catalans Dragons.
Harry Smith kicked Wigan to golden-point glory, while Salford and St Helens also triumphed in Super League on Friday.
Matt Peet praised 'flawless' Abbas Miski after he scored four tries in Wigan's 64-6 thrashing of a much-rotated Hull KR.
Jake Wardle's player-of-the-match display against Warrington helped condemn them to a 26-12 defeat to Wigan.
There were big wins for St Helens, Wakefield Trinity and Leigh Leopards in the latest round of Super League action on Friday night...
Catch up on the rest of Friday night's Super League action as round 17 reached its climax....
Liam Farrell scored two tries as Wigan climbed to third in Betfred Super League with a hard-earned 26-6 win over Salford at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Wigan beat Warrington 14-12 in their Challenge Cup quarter-final, despite having a player sent off after only seven minutes.