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Harlequins RL v Warrington Wolves

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Discuss the game here! (sorry about the late posting of the game threads ... I forgot!)

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With so many of the older (and best) Wire players being rested, and Quins with a great deal to play for, I think this will go the same way as Wire's away game against lowly Catalans after they exhausted themselves against Wigan, and be a home win to see Brian Mc on his way in style.

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With so many of the older (and best) Wire players being rested, and Quins with a great deal to play for, I think this will go the same way as Wire's away game against lowly Catalans after they exhausted themselves against Wigan, and be a home win to see Brian Mc on his way in style.

Young guns to steel the show ;)

Quins 10 Wires 64

Edited by 1976PMJwires

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Young guns to steel the show ;)

Quins 10 Wires 64

I've just looked at the squad that Warrington are putting out and it's not terrible and still enough quality to win but I think a 54 points difference is pushing it a bit.

Warrington by 10 - 16 points, with Harlequins giving a good account of themselves with what ever 'good' news is coming their way. Although I doubt it's going to be an announcement that will revolutionise the Quins, just one that will keep their survival intact until the next crisis.

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Cant see a cricket score being posted here by Wire as people have siad the Wembley win will have took it out of us and rested players will be missed.

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Will the wire support outnumber the Quinns fans as usual?

Two trips darn sarf in 6 days.

Will this be the very last game played at the Stoop?

Even without the big names that are being rested, Wire by 20.

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The game is fairly irrelevant compared with finding out about next season.

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Think we will sneak through in a high-scoring game, don't see us getting enough to get second. Not a big loss really, it's not like we gain much of a home advantage against St Helens.

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Will the wire support outnumber the Quinns fans as usual?

Two trips darn sarf in 6 days.

Will this be the very last game played at the Stoop?

Even without the big names that are being rested, Wire by 20.

I'll say, even without Wembley, the switch to Friday ruled me out, but after what I spent last weekend, there's an absolute no chance, Id need a lift to/from, free food/drink/freeticket.

The game is fairly irrelevant compared with finding out about next season.

That will be more interesting than the score, I'll admit.

Think we will sneak through in a high-scoring game, don't see us getting enough to get second. Not a big loss really, it's not like we gain much of a home advantage against St Helens.

I think we'd have a better chance at home, but Saints will take to the pitch the day after tomorrow knowing what they have to score to slam that door of hope shut bigstyle.

Still, we're in the play-offs after Wembley, and we get 2 goes at it, best we ever achieved so far, so it's all positive, even IF OT stay 1 step away this time.

Edited by goldcard

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The game is fairly irrelevant compared with finding out about next season.

Quite right, but it will be good to see a game as it seems an age since the

last home encounter. Being a glutton for punishment and all that. ;)

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Like people have said last weekend will have taken it out of them, however Tony Smith has recognised this and freshened the team up with people coming back in so that could lift the others too.

Wire by 16-20.

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Mathers

Hicks

Bridge

Atkins

Riley

Monaghan

Myler

Cooper

Clarke

Carvell

V. Anderson

Solomona

Harrison

That would be plenty good enough for Wire by 40+

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Quins 12 Wires 0, 10 mins.

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oooooooooooppppppppsss 12nil to quins.

Edited by 1976PMJwires

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Like people have said last weekend will have taken it out of them, however Tony Smith has recognised this and freshened the team up with people coming back in so that could lift the others too.

Wire by 16-20.

12 - 0 to the quins, at this rate Saints won't need the win for 2nd.

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Ht.

Quins 12 Wires 24, 2 quick tries in the last 2 mins of the half give us the edge.

Browny just beat me to it....

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Quins 12 Wires 24, 2 quick tries in the last 2 mins of the half give us the edge.

Browny just beat me to it....

Well normal service resumed, excitement of a shock over.

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Well normal service resumed, excitement of a shock over.

Shock.

Last time we played them there was Tony's second game assessing us when he took over.

Final score was 60-8 to Quins, game 10 in my siggy.

We might have a score to settle, but they have beaten us there before.

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How many tries has Luke Dorn scored against us now?

Add another.

16-24, kick to come.

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Solomona gets his second, kicks all good, 18-30

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Bridge intercepts and wins the footrace from 60 m out.

18-36, as Defoe makes the footy 2-0.

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