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Wolves and Vikings do battle for second time in two months

Bitter Cheshire rivals Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings will lock horns again at the Haliwell Jones Stadium on Good Friday.

Warrington won a hard fought game 34-24 over Wakefield Trinity last Friday and Widnes won 24-16 at home to Salford Red Devils. 66 more words

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Mo to perform at Wolves' Good Friday match

The Voice 2017 winner Mo Jamil will return to the Halliwell Jones Stadium to perform his latest single ‘That Feeling’ live on the pitch at half time during the Warrington Wolves/ Widnes Vikings game this Good Friday. 146 more words


Wolves heading in right direction after Trinity win

Warrington are heading in the right direction, those were the words of head coach Steve Price following their 34-24 victory over Wakefield Trinity.

The Wolves have had a nervous start to the season, but put in a average performance against a Wakefield side battling for a place in the top four. 386 more words

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Warrington Wolves 34-24 Wakefield Trinity

Tom Lineham scored a hat-trick as Warrington beat Wakefield 34-24 in a thrilling Super League game.

Lineham got his first just two minutes in, before rounding off the win for the Wolves with three left to go with a stunning 80m sprint to the line. 598 more words

Warrington Wolves v Wakefield Trinity preview


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Warrington have had a mixed start to the season with three wins and four defeats from their first seven matches. They bounced back from back-to-back defeats against Hull FC and St Helens with an impressive win in Perpignan last weekend, as Catalans were nilled at home for the first ever time in Super League. 415 more words

Josh Charnley back in rugby league with Warrington

England international winger Josh Charnley has returned to rugby league after an 18 month absence to sign for Warrington Wolves.

The England international spent six years at Wigan Warriors before signing for Sale Sharks in 2016. 116 more words

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Steve Price urges players to show consistency.

Warrington head coach Steve Price was left proud of the improvements his side made when they defeated Catalans 26-0 in Perpignan.

Catalans poor start to the season still remains with head coach Steve McNamara’s future at the club hanging by a thread. 262 more words