Sunday, September 5, 2010

Salford 16-12 Wakefield

Salford (0) 16
Tries: Tyrer, Cashmere, Littler Goals: Tyrer 2

Wakefield (0) 12
Tries: Leo-Latu, Gleeson Goals: Jeffries 2

Steve Tyrer
Tyrer went on to kick two goals after claiming his sixth try of the season

Salford ran in three second-half tries as they came from behind to earn a win that lifted them a place to 12th in the final Super League 2010 table.

Astonishingly, it was 0-0 at The Willows at half-time in a dour game.

But Tevita Leo-Latu's early second-half try livened it up, Salford responding with a try from winger Steve Tyrer.

The Reds then ran in two more through Ray Cashmere and Stuart Littler to seal Wakefield's sixth straight defeat, Sean Gleeson getting a late consolation try.

Tyrer ended up with an eight-point haul, after landing two conversions.

Salford: Ratchford, Broughton, Gibson, Talau, Tyrer, Sneyd, M Smith, Cashmere, J Smith, Neal, Sibbit, Littler, Swain.
Replacements: Parker, Leuluai, Jewitt, Owen.

Wakefield: Blaymire, Blanch, Gleeson, Millard, Murphy, Jeffries, Obst, King, Leo-Latu, Moore, Ferguson, Demetriou, Morrison.
Replacements: Korkidas, Henderson, Gledhill, Rinaldi.

Referee: Gareth Hewer (Whitehaven).

Attendance: 3,401.

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