Wigan maintain lead at the top
Wigan re-established their three-point lead at the top of the Super League with a 36-14 win against a rugged Catalan Dragons side on Saturday.
However, the result was much closer than the scoreline suggests as time and time again the home side were on the wrong end of some baffling refereeing decisions.
The main contentious decision came just before half-time when Josh Charnley appeared to score a try despite his elbow being in touch. Despite a video referee being available to James Child, the referee opted to give the try without the assistance.
George Carmont scored a brace of tries for the visitors while Anthony Gelling, Jack Hughes, Sam Tomkins and Chris Tuson also crossed at the Stade Gilbert Butus.
Scott Dureau scored all of the home side's points but his efforts were in vain as Wigan claimed the win.
Meanwhile Antonio Kaufusi grabbed a last-gasp try as London Broncos snatched a dramatic 28-24 victory over Widnes in the basement battle at the Stoop.
Kaufusi burst over from close range as the hooter sounded to haul the Broncos off the foot of the table - at Widnes' expense.
It was a cruel blow for the visitors, who looked set to claim the two points after try braces from Cameron Phelps and Frank Winterstein.
Omari Caro, Daniel Sarginson, Tony Clubb and Craig Gower scored the Broncos' other four tries in this thrilling encounter.