|2017Super League Grand Final|
|Date||7 October 2017|
|Harry Sunderland Trophy||Danny McGuire ( Leeds Rhinos)|
The 2017 Super League Grand Final was the 20th official Grand Final championship-deciding game of the Super League XXII. It was held at Old Trafford, Manchester on 7 October 2017, kick off 18.00. Leeds Rhinos became champions for a record 8th time after beating Castleford Tigers 24–6 in front of a sell out crowd of 72,827.
Finishing top of the table in the regular season, Castleford qualified directly to the play-off semi-final where they met St Helens at home. The game went to golden point extra time before a Luke Gale drop goal gave Castleford the win 23–22.
Leeds also had direct qualification to the semi-final where they hosted Hull F.C. at Headingley. In another close game it was Leeds who triumphed 18–16.
7 October 2017
|Castleford Tigers||6–24||Leeds Rhinos|
|Tries: Foster |
|Tries: Briscoe (2) McGuire (2) |
Goals: Watkins (3)
Drop Goals: McGuire (2)
|Castleford Tigers||Position||Leeds Rhinos|
|5||Greg Eden||Fullback||31||Jack Walker|
|2||Greg Minikin||Winger||2||Tom Briscoe|
|3||Jake Webster||Centre||3||Kallum Watkins|
|4||Michael Shenton||Centre||14||Liam Sutcliffe|
|25||Jy Hitchcox||Winger||5||Ryan Hall|
|16||Ben Roberts||Stand Off||4||Joel Moon|
|7||Luke Gale||Scrum Half||6||Danny McGuire|
|14||Nathan Massey||Prop||16||Brad Singleton|
|9||Paul McShane||Hooker||9||Matt Parcell|
|15||Jesse Sene-Lefao||Prop||17||Mitch Garbutt|
|11||Oliver Holmes||2nd Row||11||Jamie Jones Buchanan|
|12||Mike McMeeken||2nd Row||13||Stevie Ward|
|13||Adam Milner||Loose Forward||10||Adam Cuthbertson|
|10||Grant Millington||Interchange||7||Rob Burrow|
|17||Junior Moors||Interchange||12||Carl Ablett|
|18||Matt Cook||Interchange||19||Brett Ferres|
|34||Alex Foster||Interchange||20||Anthony Mullally|
|Darryl Powell||Coach||Brian McDermott|
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