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14/04/13 - Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Warrington Wolves - KO 3.30pm

Who will win?   11 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
      5
    • Warrington Wolves
      6
    • Draw
      0

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Referee: B Thaler

Touch Judge: A Martin

Touch Judge: J Roberts

Reserve: S Ansell

Match Commissioner: P Crashley

In Goal: A Smith

In Goal: P Graham

Time Keeper: R Tennant

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I've a sneaky feeling that Wakefield might not only win this one but may do so by a couple of scores

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Poore got in trouble for punching Farrell (one game suspension), Briers is set to return soon (though very doubtful he'll play this weekend!), and we already know about Mathers.

 

http://www.superleague.co.uk/article/27450/wakefield-player-suspended-for-one

 

http://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/sport/wolves/wolvesnews/

 

I like watching Sykes & Cockayne, but I have to root for my team :)

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I have a feeling that Wakey will miss their players more than we will miss ours

Wakey 14

Wire     40

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Trinity were very good in defeat last week. They can score points. I have a feeling they could win this, in a high scoring game. If their passes stick they are very watchable as well.

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I've been going to Belle Vue as a Wire fan for about 100 years now and I've never, ever entered the ground thinking we're going to win. Same applies on Sunday. Its a 50/50 call.

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I've a sneaky feeling that Wakefield might not only win this one but may do so by a couple of scores

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Warrington squad: Ryan Atkins, Chris Bridge, Danny Bridge, Garreth Carvell, Mike Cooper, Ben Currie, Simon Grix, Ben Harrison, Mickey Higham, Chris Hill, Brett Hodgson, Joel Monaghan, Michael Monaghan, Richie Myler, Stefan Ratchford, Chris Riley, Trent Waterhouse, Ben Westwood, Paul Wood.

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Wakefield squad: Peter Fox, Dean Collis, Lee Smith, Ben Cockayne, Paul Sykes, Tim Smith, Paul Aiton, Andy Raleigh, Ali Lauiti'iti, Danny Kirmond, Danny Washbrook, Kyle Wood, Kyle Amor, Oliver Wilkes, Frankie Mariano, Kyle Trout, Vince Mellars, Reece Lyne, Chris Annakin.

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Wakey 16 Wire 24, sounds like it could be an exciting finish.

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22-24. Reece Lyne over...or somebody in a Reece Lyne mask,

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Jeez - tight game!

it was...

 

Goal missed.

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Myler scores now, not looking good for Wakey.

 

22-40.

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"Come on Foxy, bloody hellfire", comments one particularly unhappy Wakey fan as his side's two try scoring winger makes an ar se of a kick through...

 

Wood scores for Wakey.

 

28-40.

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Sykes try and goal, 34-40.

 

GAME ON!

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