St Helens and Wigan Warriors were big winners in Friday's Super League action as Leeds Rhinos and Salford Red Devils felt their force.
Tommy Makinson scored three tries before half-time as St Helens dominated Wakefield Trinity in Super League.
Wigan Warriors and St Helens were Super League winners at Headingley, while Catalans Dragons were also victorious on Friday.
England will not have James Graham in their squad for next year's World Cup after he retired from international rugby league.
Leeds Rhinos had to stand down seven players due to COVID-19 concerns on Friday but still came up with a win against Huddersfield Giants.
A dominant win over Huddersfield Giants sent St Helens to the top of Super League, while Warrington Wolves cruised despite missing key men.
Hull FC had 12 cases of coronavirus at the club in mid-August, but they returned to action with a handsome win on Sunday.
St Helens defeated Castleford 10-0 to briefly go top, but Wigan sit at the summit after a 28-10 triumph over Leeds.
St Helens showed just why they are defending Super League champions with an outstanding win at Leeds Rhinos, led by Regan Grace.
Huddersfield Giants led Leeds Rhinos 26-6 but lost an astonishing contest in extra time without adding another point.