Wolves Dismantle Hull In 80 Point Routing

This was nothing more than a total disaster for Hull. There is little doubt that the Airlie Birds have had injuries to key players, but this was a woeful performance in anyone’s book.

Coach Lee Radford will surely be questioning himself and his players in this truly abysmal display. Hull have nose dived faster than a Japanese kamikaze pilot and their lack of interest was spectacular . 

80 points to 10 sounds like a landslide and indeed it was. kiwi centre Bryce Goodwin scored an audacious 5 tries and he must have thought all his Christmas ‘s had come at once .

Six tries in the first half from the Wolves demonstrated their hunger after the Wembley defeat by Catalans. This was a spectacular response in all its glory.
Bryce Goodwin, and the ever improving Toby King each scored a double and Josh Charnley and Jack Hughes also went over.
Charnley has been a revelation since his return from the obscurity of the Sale Sharks Bench and he is very close to an international return .

The Wolves hit 80 points thanks to an additional treble from Goodwin, with Joe Philbin , Josh Charnley , Tyrone Roberts, Tom Lineham and Stefan Ratchford also going over with relative ease. This was an annihilation and Hull fans will be thinking their season is truly over.

Hull had little to offer but did score twice through Talonoa and Griffin but they were outplayed on a grand scale offering little from the halves and almost none existent in the forwards . This was an embarrassing day for proud men like Danny Houghton .

Wolves coach Steve Price will be pleased with this response but Hull coach Radford will be looking over his shoulder for his P45. The decline of Hull in the last eight weeks has been traumatic and another failed season is one too many for the old faithful




Warrington
1 S Ratchford 2 T Lineham 3 B Goodwin 4 T King 5 J Charnley 6 K Brown 7 T Roberts 8 C Hill 9 D Clarke 10 M Cooper 11 B Murdock Masila 12 B Thompson 13 J Hughes

14 J Philbin 15 G King 16 D Patton 17 B Pomeroy

Hull
1 J Shaul 2 B Faraimo 3 J Griffin 4 C Tuimavave 5 F Talanoa 6 L Harris 7 J Abdull 8 M Paea 9 D Houghton 10 S Taylor 11 D Hadley 12 D Washbrook 13 S Manu
14 L Bienek 15 J Litten 16 J Lane 17 M Matongo

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Bailey, Taylor & Moi Moi "Sacked" By Wolfpack

Frank-Paul Set For Warriors Exit

Wigan's Veteran Hooker On The Move?