|2011Super League Grand Final|
|Date||8 October 2011|
|Harry Sunderland Trophy||Rob Burrow (Leeds Rhinos)|
The 2011 Super League Grand Final was the 14th official Grand Final and the championship-deciding game of the Super League XVI season. It was held on Saturday, 8 October at Manchester, England's Old Trafford stadium. The match was contested by St. Helens and the Leeds Rhinos, who last faced each other in a grand final in 2009. British rock band Feeder were due to provide the pre-match music entertainment, only for their show to be called off due to the pitch being wet and Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson not allowing a stage to be built on the pitch. Leeds won the game by 32 points to 16.
St Helens had finished the regular season in 3rd place with 37 points while Leeds had finished 5th with 31 points.
|Qualifying Play-Off||Wigan Warriors (A)||26-18|
|Semi-Final||Wigan Warriors (H)||26-18|
|Key: (H) = Home venue; (A) = Away venue.|
|Qualifying Play-Off||Hull F.C. (H)||42-10|
|Preliminary Semi-Final||Huddersfield Giants (A)||34-28|
|Semi-Final||Warrington Wolves (A)||26-24|
|Key: (H) = Home venue; (A) = Away venue.|
8 October 2011
|St. Helens||16–32||Leeds Rhinos|
|Tries: Thomas Makinson, Michael Shenton |
Goals: Jamie Foster (4)
|Report||Tries: Rob Burrow, Brent Webb, Ryan Hall, Carl Ablett, Zak Hardaker |
Goals: Kevin Sinfield (6)
|St Helens||Position||Leeds Rhinos|
|Paul Wellens (c)||Fullback||1||Brent Webb|
|27||Thomas Makinson||Winger||23||Ben Jones-Bishop|
|3||Michael Shenton||Centre||27||Zak Hardaker|
|5||Francis Meli||Centre||12||Carl Ablett|
|22||Jamie Foster||Winger||5||Ryan Hall|
|25||Lee Gaskell||Stand-off||13||Kevin Sinfield (c)|
|20||Jonny Lomax||Scrum half||6||Danny McGuire|
|10||James Graham (c)||Prop||8||Kylie Leuluai|
|9||James Roby||Hooker||9||Danny Buderus|
|11||Tony Puletua||Prop||10||Jamie Peacock|
|12||Jon Wilkin||2nd Row||11||Jamie Jones-Buchanan|
|4||Iosia Soliola||2nd Row||3||Brett Delaney|
|16||Paul Clough||Loose Forward||21||Chris Clarkson|
|17||Gary Wheeler||Interchange||7||Rob Burrow|
|14||Scott Moore||Interchange||14||Ali Lauitiiti|
|15||Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook||Interchange||16||Ryan Bailey|
|19||Andrew Dixon||Interchange||17||Ian Kirke|
|Royce Simmons||Coach||Brian McDermott|
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