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Super League Match Preview: Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves

Date: 16/04/2015

Venue: DW Stadium

Kick-off: 20:00

Referee: Richard Silverwood


Wigan Warriors: John Bateman, Matty Bowen, Joe Burgess, Tony Clubb, Dom Crosby, Liam Farrell, Ben Flower, Anthony Gelling, Ryan Hampshire, Dom Manfredi, Michael McIlorum, Lee Mossop, Larne Patrick, Dan Sarginson, Matty Smith, Taulima Tautai, Joel Tomkins , Logan Tomkins, George Williams. 507 more words


St Helens 32-24 Warrington Wolves - Match Report

St Helens go four points clear at the summit of Super League with a hard fought victory over Warrington. Their first victory against the Wolves at Langtree Park. 701 more words

Rugby League


Zak Hardaker landed himself in hot water again this week and Leeds Rhinos could be losing patience with the England full-back.

He and club-mate Elliot Minchella admitted to assaulting a 22 year-old male in university accommodation in Leeds in February. 452 more words


Super League round five: WARRINGTON 18 LEEDS 6 at Hallwell Jones Stadium


A VIRTUALLY perfect and determined defensive display by the Wolves from one to 17 kept the Rhinos, when in possession, mostly in their own half and laid the platform for this tremendous victory. 94 more words

Super League

A year in one week - Liverpool, classical music and rugby league

First, welcome to my new blog! In this new site, using WordPress, I am hoping to post more often, but at MUCH less length. Comments, brickbats and bouquets as ever welcome (probably). 638 more words

Classic FM

Warrington v Leeds: Pre-match interviews

Tonight Leeds face the biggest test of their 100% start to the 2015 Super League season.

The Rhinos are away at third-place Warrington.

I’ve been talking to Leeds head coach Brian McDermott ahead of the game. 56 more words


Catalan Dragons 38-18 Warrington Wolves - Match Report

A debuting Todd Carney inspired Catalans to their first win over Warrington in six attempts and in emphatic fashion.

Catalans managed a relatively easy 38-18 victory. 604 more words

Rugby League