THIRD place is Warrington Wolves' best finish in the Super League table under Steve Price.

The Wire ended fourth in each of the two previous seasons, Price having taken over from Tony Smith in 2017 when Warrington finished ninth.

This year's placing is the best since they won the League Leaders' Shield in 2016.

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Of course, this has not been a 'normal' season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so Wire's table performance in 2020 comes from 17 matches played compared to 29 last year and 30 in 2018.

And one of their wins came as a result of Salford forfeiting the teams' second scheduled meeting of the season last month.

Here's how the final Super League table ended following last night's two matches, with Wigan's win against Huddersfield Giants confirming them as League Leaders' Shield winners for the first time since 2012 and ending St Helens' two-year run.