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Ratchford hoping to quieten rival fans in Magic clash with Wigan

Ratchford hoping to quieten rival fans in Magic clash with Wigan

Stefan Ratchford is a big fan of Magic Weekend: and he’s got an extra reason to like one of rugby league’s most innovative concepts this weekend. The Warrington fullback will feature prominently in arguably the biggest game of the entire

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Challenge Cup quarter-final draw

Challenge Cup quarter-final draw

Defending champions Hull FC will host Super League table-toppers Castleford Tigers in the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup. Cas’ put over half a century of points past St Helens to book their place in the last eight while Hull FC’s

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Brown downs former club Widnes

Brown downs former club Widnes

Kevin Brown scored a hat-trick as Warrington Wolves edged out his former club Widnes Vikings 34-20 to reach the Challenge Cup quarter-finals Greg Burke went over to give the visitors a lead on 15 minutes but Warrington responded through Ryan

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Warrington too hot for Saints

Warrington too hot for Saints

Warrington Wolves overcame a slow start tonight, going down 0-14 after 26 minutes before roaring back to beat St Helens 40-18 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, without three of their players who are with England in Australia. The game began

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Atkins says both sides will be desperate for victory on Friday night

Atkins says both sides will be desperate for victory on Friday night

Warrington centre Ryan Atkins believes both the Wolves and Friday’s opponents St Helens will be desperate for two priceless points in their Super League meeting tonight. The Wolves know they can move level on points with seventh-placed Saints with a

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Smith believes St Helens are not too different since Cunningham departure

Smith believes St Helens are not too different since Cunningham departure

Warrington coach Tony Smith admits that while he’s seen some “subtle differences” in the way Friday’s opponents St Helens play, he still believes they are a very similar side to how they operated under Keiron Cunningham. The Wolves will move

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Grading every Super League club’s first half of the regular season

Grading every Super League club’s first half of the regular season

Castleford Tigers (1st): A It’s been a season to remember for Castleford so far – and although they go into this weekend’s game with Wigan on the back of two consecutive defeats, they remain top of Super League. The Tigers

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Wolves get out of jail against Wakefield

Wolves get out of jail against Wakefield

Warrington Wolves gained a last-gasp 22-20 victory against Wakefield Trinity at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday afternoon, coming from behind virtually from the start of the game to snatch victory with 90 seconds remaining with a try from winger

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Five talking points ahead of this weekend’s Super League

Five talking points ahead of this weekend’s Super League

Can Chris Houston’s availability give Widnes a much-needed boost? It’s probably fair to say Widnes weren’t expecting to have co-captain Chris Houston available on Friday night. He wasn’t even named in their squad after being charged with a Grade D

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Smith wary of “very good Wakefield” on Saturday

Smith wary of “very good Wakefield” on Saturday

Warrington Wolves coach Tony Smith has admitted he’s a fan of Saturday’s opponents Wakefield: admitting he thinks Chris Chester’s side are a “very good team”. The Wolves are currently on a four-game unbeaten run in Super League, and can move

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