After a bye last week, Tigers begin both their Southern Conference League, and Eastern Premier Division season this weekend,with a visit to Hitchin.
Wigan welcomed London to the DW Stadium but the Broncos did not make it easy as both sides played below expectations in a 18-8 victory for the Warriors.
Life without Richard Marshall start brightly for Halifax as they pipped Sheffield Eagles 24-32 at the Olympic Legacy Park.
The newly-formed Southern Conference League kicked-off this weekend and there was certainly not a shortage of tries with over 200 points scored across five games, with plenty of players picking up a hat-trick of tries.
The high winds at the DW Stadium caused havoc when the ball was in the air but Wigan Warriors grabbed the victory against Castleford Tigers after a try-less first half.
The long-serving Fax coach was informed on Friday his contract will not be renewed beyond the end of the season.
With the Southern Conference League kicking off tomorrow afternoon. Here is a team-by-team guide to the teams in both the Western and Eastern Divisions.
St Helens took a four-point lead at the top of Super League, as they beat Wigan Warriors 10-36, with Regan Grace scoring a hat-trick.