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Sandow will suit Super League, insists Tony Smith

Sandow will suit Super League, insists Tony Smith

Ahead of his debut for Warrington in Super League tonight, the Wolves coach Tony Smith has thrown his weight behind the half-back, saying his style will suit that of Super League. Sandow has been backed to succeed in the English

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Hull KR shock Wolves to reach Wembley

Hull KR shock Wolves to reach Wembley

Hull Kingston Rovers played with great spirit to defeat Warrington Wolves 26-18 at Headingley this afternoon in the Challenge Cup semi-final, despite going behind within just over a minute when they allowed the Warrington kick-off to go dead and then

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Turner snatches late victory for St Helens at Warrington

Turner snatches late victory for St Helens at Warrington

A try by Jordan Turner with just three minutes remaining broke the deadlock and gave St Helens a 14-20 victory tonight in a Super League thriller at the Halliwell Jones Stadium against Warrington Wolves. Turner’s try was converted by Luke

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Russell open to playing wherever for Warrington

Russell open to playing wherever for Warrington

Warrington Wolves star, Matty Russell has said that he doesn’t mind where he plays, so long as he is in the team. Earlier this season Russell played on the wing – a position he had played before, during the earlier

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Brothers in arms

Brothers in arms

Brothers Tony and Brian Smith complimented each others teams, after the Wolves overcame Wakefield by 40 points to 20. Tony’s Warrington were rarely scared but often tested by his elder bother’s Wildcats, who continue to improve. Brian, 13 years the

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Depleted Warrington overcome Wigan 17-6

Depleted Warrington overcome Wigan 17-6

Warrington Wolves had a rebranding operation this week, reverting to their traditional name of The Wire, and the 17 players on duty tonight at the Halliwell Jones Stadium followed suit, with a display that contrasted with what they had served

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We’re the underdogs, insists Tony Smith

We’re the underdogs, insists Tony Smith

Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith has insisted his team are the underdogs when they host Wigan Warriors on Thursday night. Smith’s Wolves team are massively down on numbers, and are likely to hand a debut out to youngster Sam Wilde

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Wolves hold off Leigh in Halliwell Jones thriller

Wolves hold off Leigh in Halliwell Jones thriller

Warrington Wolves came back from a 12-14 half-time deficit to beat Leigh Centurions 34-24 in today’s quarter-final of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. Warrington opened the scoring in the eighth minute when Ashton Sims touched down

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Currie had interest from “all parts of world”

Currie had interest from “all parts of world”

Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith has revealed that Ben Currie is attracting interest from “all parts of the world”, which makes the decision to tie him down long-term an even better move. The Wolves announced yesterday that Currie had signed

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Warrington sign Lineham from Hull FC

Warrington sign Lineham from Hull FC

Warrington Wolves have signed Hull FC winger Tom Lineham on a four-year contract starting in the 2016 season. With a transfer fee of £140,000, the news suggests that Warrington captain Joel Monaghan will leave the Wolves at the end of the season. Lineham, 22,

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