QUIZ | Can you name every player who has played for Warrington under Tony Smith?

Saturday marks the end of an era at Warrington. After nine seasons, Tony Smith will take charge of his final game as the Wolves head coach as he steps away at the end of the season. Smith has enjoyed some wonderful times at Warrington, winning the Challenge Cup and League Leaders’ Shield. He’s had help from players however, 76 of…

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Smith slams Qualifiers – and calls for licensing to return

Outgoing Warrington head coach Tony Smith has called for a return to licensing after launching a tirade of abuse at the Qualifiers concept. Smith was speaking after his side’s 68-0 hammering of Featherstone on Sunday, his penultimate game in charge before leaving the club at the end of the season. Since his departure was confirmed, Smith has been increasingly vocal…

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Why Warrington should consider utilising the Championship coaching scene

Warrington’s hierarchy have wasted little time beginning their search for a new head coach with senior club figures travelling to Australia to open talks with potential applicants for the job. But perhaps they should look closer to home. The Super League coaching merry-go-round has seen a different type of applicant head through the revolving doors in recent years. More precisely,…

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Warrington safe from relegation after victory over Leigh

Warrington Wolves confirmed their place in the Super League for 2018 with a 32-30 win over Leigh Centurions. James Clare gave Leigh an early lead before Matty Russell and Ben Westwood turned the game on its head. Liam Hood and Antoni Maria put the Centurions eight points ahead however Kurt Gidley and Kevin Brown’s efforts gave Wire a narrow half…

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Tony Smith unconcerned by Michael Maguire rumours at Warrington

Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith has insisted that he’s unconcerned about rumours linking recently-sacked South Sydney coach Michael Maguire with his job for 2018. Reports in Australia had suggested that Maguire had fielded an offer from the Wolves to become their new coach next year – but sources at the club told League Express this week that those reports are…

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London push Warrington desperately close

Warrington Wolves overcame a massive scare at London Broncos to all-but secure their Super League status with a 40-38 win. Quickfire tries from Kieran Dixon, Andy Ackers and Jarrod Sammut saw London race into the lead in the opening 15 minutes. Tom Lineham got Warrington onto the board before George King brought them back to within a score on the…

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Talking points ahead of this weekend’s Super 8s Qualifiers

Is it must-win for London on Saturday night? Tipped by many to cause a few upsets in the Qualifiers, things haven’t quite gone to plan for London thus far. They have just one point from their first three games and need to start picking up wins quickly if they are to get in the mix for the Million Pound Game.…

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Warrington sign Penrith’s Sitaleki Akauola on two-year deal

Warrington Wolves have announced the signing of prop Sitaleki Akauola from NRL side Penrith Panthers on a two-year deal as of next season until the end of November 2019. The 25-year-old Tongan international made his club debut for the Panthers in 2016 having signed from Wests Tigers; for who he previously made his first-grade debut for in 2013. He’s made…

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WATCH: Five of the Best: Memorable Challenge Cup finals

We’ve already looked at six of the best Wembley final moments in the run-up to this weekend’s thriller between Warrington and Hull FC – now it’s time to look at some of the greatest finals in history in general. But instead of us talking about them – why not watch the highlights to get you in the mood for Saturday?…

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