Keiron Knows Best; Cunningham a Saints Hero Right to the End ST HELENS.... 40 CASTLEFORD. 30

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Keiron Knows Best; Cunningham a Saints Hero Right to the End ST HELENS.... 40 CASTLEFORD. 30


A RELIEVED Saints coach Mick Potter was happy to secure runners-up spot and a home play off tie with Warrington this Friday night after a pulsating victory at Knowsley Road.

Skipper Keiron Cunningham scored a try in the last 20 seconds of the game to help Saints secure Engage Super League's second spot on points difference over Warrington after a hard-fought 40-30 win over the Tigers.

Potter said: "It was certainly entertaining to say the least. Watching from the sidelines it was a rollercoaster ride.

"The game shifted momentum and both sides came up with some great plays. To snatch it towards the end was fairytale stuff."

Of the late try scored by Cunningham, the Saints boss said: "For Keiron to score the winning try underneath the posts was fitting. A lot will be written about Keiron - he is a legend of the modern game and just wants to do that little bit more.

"There was going to be no easy way through at the end and Keiron had four guys hanging off him at the end but he still managed to get it down.

"Castleford were on a roll for the 10 minutes before that but it worked our way at the end."

Cunningham is desperate to end his St Helens career with another Grand Final winners ring.

Saints have beaten arch rivals Warrington home and away this season and the Challenge Cup holders' last win at Knowsley Road came in 1994. …

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