Match report: Warrington Wolves 41-24 St Helens

Joe Whitley
By Joe Whitley May 18, 2014 18:50

Match report: Warrington Wolves 41-24 St Helens

In a nusthell
In a somewhat anti-climactic conclusion to 2014’s Magic Weekend, Warrington dominated St Helens to avenge their defeat in the opening game of the season.

How it unfolded
8′ – Gene Ormsby try; Chris Bridge missed goal (0/1): 4-0
9′ – Rhys Evans try; Chris Bridge missed goal (0/2): 8-0
21′ – Chris Hill try; Chris Bridge goal (1/3): 14-0
24′ – Rhys Evans try (second); Chris Bridge missed goal (1/4): 18-0
34′ – Gene Ormsby sent to the sin bin for holding down Jonny Lomax
37′ – Alex Walmsley try; Luke Walsh goal (1/1): 18-6
40′ – Jonny Lomax lets Chris Bridge’s restart go over the line with a bounce
43′ – Ryan Atkins try; Chris Bridge goal (2/5): 24-6
45′ – Joel Monaghan try; Chris Bridge goal (3/6): 30-6
45′ – Josh Jones leaves the field with a head injury sustained tackling Trent Waterhouse
49′ – Matty Russell try; Chris Bridge goal (4/7): 36-6
52′ – Jordan Turner try; Luke Walsh goal (2/2): 36-12
60′ – Lance Hohaia try; Luke Walsh goal (3/3): 36-18
64′ – James Roby held up over the line
65′ – Matty Dawson try; Luke Walsh goal (4/4): 36-24
67′ – Stefan Ratchford field-goal (1/1): 37-24
70′ – Joel Monaghan try (second); Chris Bridge missed goal (4/8): 41-24
77′ – Matty Russell denies Tom Makinson with a superb try-saving tackle

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Joe Whitley
By Joe Whitley May 18, 2014 18:50

Great Rugby League Reads!


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