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Sun 11 Apr: CC3: Swinton Lions v Warrington Wolves KO 12:30 (OuRLeague)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Swinton Lions
      7
    • Warrington Wolves
      27

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17 hours ago, MZH said:

Warrington by at least 30. Hopefully Swinton can give a good account of themselves though.

And then the hooter goes for half-time. As I have said, the last time we played Wolves was our biggest ever loss.

Where were you last Thursday?

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I was there the last time these two met. I believe it was 112-0 but it won’t be so many this time. Price will be focusing on defence 🙄

Seriously though I hope GI and Ashton get a run out. 

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Swinton 8 Wire 32.

Full time.

                                    "It started out in innocence, the way that most things do,
                                     a thousand people crammed in one place, but the only face was you"

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not a bad effort by the Lions looking at how the other Championship teams performed (or didn't this weekend).

160-26 aggregate score across the four games involving second tier outfits, obviously made worse by the Widnes debacle

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Fantastic effort by Swinton today, I'm sure Warrington under-estimated them and thought it would be an opportunity to get the backs clicking. 

Swinton had other ideas and played really solidly. They worked really hard for each other and made very few errors, while their kick returns were outstanding. Moreover, they didn't seem to tire as the game went on. 

Fair play to them, they should go well this year.

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1 hour ago, Leeds Wire said:

Fantastic effort by Swinton today, I'm sure Warrington under-estimated them and thought it would be an opportunity to get the backs clicking. 

Swinton had other ideas and played really solidly. They worked really hard for each other and made very few errors, while their kick returns were outstanding. Moreover, they didn't seem to tire as the game went on. 

Fair play to them, they should go well this year.

Plenty of SL teams will be beaten by that score or worse by Warrington this year great effort. 

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