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Warrington Wolves' coach Tony Smith names his squad ahead of Sunday's fourth round Carnegie Challenge Cup tie with Keighley Cougars.

Tony said: "The beauty of the Cup is that you need to take care of each and every game that you participate in and that starts on Sunday for us against Keighley.

"All Cup games are difficult for their own reasons. Coming up this week we won't know as much about our opponents as we normally do. They'll know more about us than we do about them. We've done our homework on them but we won't be as familiar of the players as those we come up against each week in Super League. The other aspect for them is they've got nothing to lose and they'll come here with that sort of attitude on Sunday and that can be dangerous."

Keighley Cougars player-coach Jason Demetriou is looking forward to the challenge of Sunday's clash with the current holders.

"It's a huge challenge for us and probably one of the biggest games in this club's history. We're going up against the defending champions so the games don't come much tougher than this. But there's not going to be any pressure on us. We can go out there and give it our all without having any weight on our shoulder and that helps free the guys up to play their best game. We can go out and enjoy the occasion and make the most of it."


Wolves 19-man Squad

Ryan Atkins
Matty Blythe
Chris Bridge
Lee Briers
Garreth Carvell
Jon Clarke
Mike Cooper
Simon Grix
Ben Harrison
Mickey Higham
Matt King
Joel Monaghan
Michael Monaghan
Adrian Morley
Gareth O'Brien
Chris Riley
David Solomona
Rhys Williams
Paul Wood


Warrington Wolves v Keighley Cougars, Sunday 8th May, kick-off 3pm

(Warrington Wolves, 2011)

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Would seem that wire are taking this game very seriously with the above mentioned squad. Very strong side which you would feel would easily brush aside the Cougars.
someone would want sacking if they dont philly.
true...but many a team (wire included) would probably be tempted to put a weakened team out against a lower tier opposition.
Come on keighley but its great to see smith not taking them lightly and putting out a strong squad
(05-07-2011 11:49 PM)Rhinojase Wrote: [ -> ]Come on keighley but its great to see smith not taking them lightly and putting out a strong squad

I don't think it is that great, as a neutral like you hoping for an upset, as all 'respect' aside, Wire should and probably will put 70-90 on them with little or no reply.
Come on the Cougs but sadly it could well be a ton for the Wire
(05-08-2011 08:09 AM)Saint Until I Die Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-07-2011 11:49 PM)Rhinojase Wrote: [ -> ]Come on keighley but its great to see smith not taking them lightly and putting out a strong squad

I don't think it is that great, as a neutral like you hoping for an upset, as all 'respect' aside, Wire should and probably will put 70-90 on them with little or no reply.

Fair point suid it will be very one sided and not great for the neutral as you said
eh up and good morning lovely sooooooperleaguefans.....

will be an easy win for t'Wire.....

but wi' that strong squad and taking it serious and wotnot.....think how much fun it would be if Keighley did t'business.....

for us neutrals like....


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us neutrals would be forgiven for having a bit of a titter at that.


happy sunday mrsr, happy sunday.
echo in here.

lol

rofl.
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