Round seven of the Super League season saw the teams at the top battling for supremacy but who will win the regular season this time around?
On a wet, muddy pitch London Broncos showed remarkable fight to score 20 second half points without reply to turn the game against Castleford Tigers on its head.
In the end it was a slip from Castleford scum-half Jamie Ellis that led to Broncos scoring one of four tries and allowing them to steamroller Castleford into submission.
Broncos showed plenty of fight to get back into the game after falling 12-6 behind but Castleford's defence seemed to wilt either through tiredness or lack of fight. Either would be worrying at this stage of the season.
The final make-up of the bottom of the table will rely on games like this and Broncos have shown, finally, to show they are capable of finishing the best of the rest.
Leeds Rhinos vs Wigan Warriors
Less can be read into Leeds Rhinos' tight win over Wigan in the game of the weekend. Leeds battled hard in an edgy opening to take control and snuck past the Warriors 18-14.
However, the sides were incredibly well-matched and it was only Leeds' creativity that put them ahead of their title rivals.
Much of that came from forward Jamie Jones-Buchanan who, after showing a lack of discipline early on in conceding penalties, focused to cross the line for the decisive try.
Wigan have now lost twice to Leeds when influential full-back Sam Tompkins was not in the team and amid constant speculation about his future at the club and even a potential move to the NRL in Australia, this year could be his last chance to push Wigan towards the title.
Can he do it? On this performance the rest of the team is good enough but keeping Tomkins fit will be essential for the return fixture.
Any return fixture could be academical if Huddersfield Giants actually find a bit of form. The Giants have won six out of seven this season with only a blip against neighbours Bradford to blot the form book.
However, coach Paul Anderson seems to be stuck on repeat after another close victory against Hull FC. The 24-10 scoreline flattered Giants and once again saw Anderson arguing his team did not look cohesive enough.
This time a strong defence, helped along by two disallowed Hull FC tries, was enough to secure victory and stretch the team's lead at the top.
If they actually begin to play well it would be difficult to see any team catch them.
"There were times when it felt like I might never get back."
Adrian Purtell could rightly think his Rugby League carrier was over when he suffered a heart attack just ten months ago.
The fact he played 55 minutes for Bradford Bulls in their 34-12 win over Hull KR is testament to his hard work and dedication.
There will not be many in Super League who were not pleased to see him back on the pitch again - except maybe his opponents.
Heart issues within sport is a major story at the moment and while more heart monitoring is needed at all levels, it is great to see a good luck story in Purtell.
Super League odds
Who will win the regular Super League season? After seven rounds the teams are beginning to separate and the bookies are beginning to tweak their odds.
Warrington Wolves remain the bookies' favourite for the title while leaders Huddersfield are fifth favourites with offs of 8-1 to be found.
Between them lie Wigan Warriors, St Helens and Leeds Rhinos in the that order - which could highlight some value for punters who believe this trio will be much closer to the title than Warrington at the end of the year.