WOLVES PROVE TO BE TOO MUCH FOR TRINITY

posted on 14 August 2016


Trinity stepped up their performance from last weekend; unfortunately it was not enough to stop a strong Warrington side who are fighting for the top spot.

The first half was a fairly even affair, Trinity got the opening try of the game however, the visitors bounced back to go into half time in the lead.

It was a great start to the game for Trinity opening the scoreline, the home side edged the possession in the first 20 minutes keeping the Wolves back in their own half. They showed a few bright spurts but nothing too dangerous.

A kick in towards the centre of the stick from Jacob Miller found Jonny Molloy who dived over, Finn added the extras to make it 6-0.

After a quiet 15 minute spell, Judah Mazive knocked on around his own 20m line giving the possession to the Wolves resulting Ben Currie going over in the corner, Gidley was unable to convert and the Wolves were two points behind.

Five minutes later the visitors came out back on top when Chris Hill barged over from close range to put the visitors into the lead on 10-6 after a Gidley conversion.

With two minutes of the first half remaining a reverse kick from Sandow bounced in front of Jowitt who was unable to punch it away and Atkins touched the ball down, Gidley added the extras and the visitors further their lead by 10 points going in at half time.

Matty Russell intercepted Craig Hall’s pass and raced 70m for the Try, Gidley added the extras and go further into the lead on 22-6.

Great defence from Joe Arundel as he forced Daryl Clark into touch resulting in a Trinity scrum 30m out. On the next play a lovely pass from Jonny Molloy to find Judah Mazive who got his first try in Trinity colours. Finn failed to convert, 10-22.

Three further tries came for the visitors which ended all hopes of getting back into the game. The first came when Daryl Clark sneaked over from dummy-half but Gidley failed to convert.

Another try for the Wolves came when Matty Russell was the first to react to his own kick and another successful conversion to further their lead with 13 minutes of the game remaining.

Wolves get their fourth of the second half when Joe Westerman spun out of a tackle to cross under the posts. Gidley added the extras to win the game 38-10.

Full Time: Wakefield Wildcats 10- 38 Warrington Wolves

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