|17 May 19||Huddersfield Gian ||30 - 22|| ||Hull Kingston Rov|
|17 May 19||St Helens ||32 - 30|| ||Salford Red Devil|
|16 May 19||Leeds Rhinos ||8 - 30|| ||Castleford Tigers|
|05 May 19||Hull Kingston Rov ||26 - 42|| ||St Helens|
|03 May 19||Salford Red Devil ||28 - 16|| ||Leeds Rhinos|
|03 May 19||Hull F.C. ||6 - 37|| ||Catalans Dragons|
|03 May 19||Huddersfield Gian ||25 - 26|| ||Wakefield Trinity|
|03 May 19||Castleford Tigers ||14 - 26|| ||Warrington Wolves|
|02 May 19||Wigan Warriors ||18 - 8|| ||London Broncos|
|28 Apr 19||Warrington Wolves ||50 - 19|| ||Huddersfield Gian|
The First Utility Super League (sponsored by utility supplier First Utility from 2014) is the top-level professional rugby league club competition in Europe. The league has twelve teams: eleven from England and one from France. The current champions are St Helens RFC.
Super League began in 1996, replacing the RFL Championship and switching from a winter to a summer season. Each team plays 23 games between February and July: 11 home games, 11 away games and a Magic Weekend game at a neutral venue. At the end of the season, the top eight teams enter a Super 8 stage, playing each other once more. The top four then enter the play-off series leading to the Grand Final which determines the champions.
The Super League champions play against the National Rugby League (NRL) champions (from Australia/New Zealand) in the Probiz World Club Challenge.
Hull Kingston Rov
London Broncos -11
Salford Red Dev -11
St Helens -10
Wakefield Trini -11
Warrington Wolv -11
Wigan Warriors -11
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