Wakefield Close Gap On 4th

What a superb win this was for dark horses Wakefield trinity as they added to Hull’s miseries with a quite emphatic victory .

That’s five defeats on the run for Coach Lee Radford’s team, and whilst injuries have been heavy there is still an element of under performance.

If the half time score was anything to go by, this was a game which could have gone either way, or so you would have thought .At seven points all Hull took the lead in the second half when Jamie Shaul went in for a try. What a strong tactical runner of the ball Shaul is, deceptively quick and a superb reader of the game .

That is where the Hull team faded into oblivion as Wakefield were simply too quick, too fast and too motivated. The three quarter line for Trinity can at times be incredible and first burly centre Bill Tupou collided through the hull defence followed by the outstanding Pauli Pauli.

Wakefield have a number of strike weapons the most potent being international winger Tom Johnstone. He demonstrated that come the end of season Kiwi tests he should be in with a real shout of the number 2 shirt. His score sealed this fine Wakefield win as he waltzed with some style past helpless hull defenders.

With Ryan Hampshire’s seven goals and a drop goal from Jacob Miller this was a top class victory and coach Chris Chester will be very pleased with the performance and the conviction of his players .

Hull look like a pretty average team at the moment and Hull supporters will be concerned by the size of the loss.

Hull FC: Shaul, Faraimo, Griffin, Tuimavave, Talanoa, Abdull, Sneyd, Taylor, Hougton, Paea, Lane, Washbrook, Manu

Interchanges: Green, Fash, Downs, Bienek

Wakefield Trinity: Jowitt, Jones-Bishop, Lyne, Tupou, Johnstone, Miller, Hampshire, England, Randell, Fifita, Horo, Ashurst, Annakin

Interchanges: Wood, Pauli, Arona, Huby


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