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Wire-Bradford
06-28-2014, 07:46 AM
Post: #11
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The wolves to piss it jimmy lowes to take pissatives from the game The chairman to reiterate the points appeal of the latest appeal that goes back to the former appeal that was made just after the very 1st appeal meanwhile rather than making a fist of it on the field the bulls would rather fight in a courtroom "boring boring bradford"

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06-29-2014, 02:16 PM (This post was last modified: 06-29-2014 02:44 PM by Gateaux.)
Post: #12
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14 - 0 after 13 mins

make that 16 - 0 they have converted now.

16 - 6 half time. Seems like Wire eased up after a good start.
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06-29-2014, 03:10 PM
Post: #13
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34-6. The sodomy it continueth.

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06-29-2014, 04:40 PM
Post: #14
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Still let a few in did wire - but Bradford should save their cash and forget the appeal.
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06-29-2014, 05:04 PM
Post: #15
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Any danger on the wire fans commenting on todays game instead of the correct way to do anal?
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06-29-2014, 05:06 PM (This post was last modified: 06-29-2014 05:09 PM by Mr-P.)
Post: #16
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There's a correct way..?


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Warrington extended their winning run to eight matches as James Lowes' return to the Halliwell Jones Stadium as Bradford boss ended in heavy defeat.

Ben Harrison, Ryan Atkins and Gareth O'Brien crossed before Brett Kearney replied to make it 16-6 at the break.
Joel Monaghan then grabbed two tries with Ben Westwood, Gene Ormsby and Rhys Evans also going over.
O'Brien scored his second while Adrian Purtell, Tom Olbison and Jay Pitts went over for the Bulls.

Lowes, who had a nine-month spell in charge of Warrington from June 2008, left his role as boss of Championship rugby union side Leeds Carnegie last week to replace Francis Cummins at the relegation-threatened Bulls.

Bradford's third successive Super League loss leaves them nine points behind third-from-bottom Salford with only nine league remaining.

However, they confirmed this week that they are appealing against their six-point deduction in the High Court.
Warrington were 16-0 up after 13 minutes, with Harrison muscling for the first score of the game.

O'Brien then put Atkins over with a kick before then linking up with Stefan Ratchford to touch down himself.
Kearney teamed up with Lee Gaskell to round Matty Russell and reply for Bradford five minutes before the break.
Joel Monaghan then beat Kearney to a Ratchford kick to extend the hosts' lead to 22-6 early in the second half.
Wolves captain Westwood took Mickey Higham's pass to stretch over from short range and Monaghan grabbed his second courtesy of O'Brien's unselfishness from a Ratchford break.

O'Brien was again involved in the build up to Ormsby's 50th minute effort with Purtell eventually responding for Bradford with a solo try on the hour.

Adam Sidlow and Luke Gale wasted chances either side of O'Brien's second try after 65 minutes, as Ratchford and Atkins combined to put Evans through.

Warrington registered their biggest Super League score of the season before Olbison and Pitts grabbed late consolation efforts.

Sunday's squads

Warrington Wolves: A Russell, Ormsby, J Monaghan, Atkins, R Evans, Ratchford, O'Brien, Asotasi, Higham, Westwood, Grix, Currie, Harrison.
Replacements: Riley, England, Dwyer, King.

Bradford Bulls: Kearney, Kear, Purtell, Henry, Blythe, Gaskell, Gale, Manuokafoa, Diskin, Sidlow, Pitts, Olbison, Addy.
Replacements: Walker, O'Brien, Donaldson, Baldwinson.

Attendance: 9,003
Referee: Matthew Thomason (RFL)



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06-29-2014, 05:49 PM
Post: #17
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(06-29-2014 05:04 PM)chesterhino Wrote:  Any danger on the wire fans commenting on todays game instead of the correct way to do anal?

Well...considering I was on nights and slept through the game. ..er well done wire ...

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06-29-2014, 05:56 PM
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An expected win for Wire, as easy as will have been expected although I am sure they won't be happy to have conceded so many tries.
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06-29-2014, 06:14 PM
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Warrington made it a miserable start for new Bulls coach Jimmy Lowes in his first match after taking over from sacked Francis Cummins.

The Wolves ran in nine tries in a 50-24 win at the Halliwell Jones Stadium to make amends for their shock Super League defeat at Bradford in May.

Gareth O'Brien, back from a loan stint at Swinton, was outstanding for Warrington with a brace of tries with Joel Monaghan also notching two touchdowns in their biggest Super League win of the season.

The defeat leaves Bradford nine points behind third from bottom Salford with only nine Super League games remaining - and adds more importance to the Bulls' High Court appeal against a six-point deduction by the Rugby Football League for going into administration for the second time in 18 months.

Lowes welcomed Brett Kearney back after a two-month injury absence as the Bulls aimed to repeat their surprise home win over the Wolves - Warrington's last defeat before starting a seven match winning sequence.

The Wolves recent glory run includes a 46-10 Challenge Cup quarter final romp at Bradford earlier this month, Kearney suffered a broken hand in that 34-28 win over Warrington on May 4 with Lowes calling up Adam Henry to replace Alex Mellor and leaving out Luke George and Jamal Fakir.

Warrington were missing Chris Bridge, Chris Hill, Trent Waterhouse, Richie Myler, Michael Monaghan and Ben Evans with Anthony England and 19 year old debutant George King drafted into the line-up.

Bradford made a lively start until a dropped ball by Luke Gale gave Warrington the initiative with Ben Harrison plunging over after O'Brien was stopped short but Ratchford hit the post with the straightforward conversion attempt.

Warrington were 10-0 up after seven minutes with Mickey Higham's midfield surge allowing Ryan Atkins to plunge over from O'Brien's teasing kick.This time Ratchford made no mistake.

The Bulls had lost on their previous five visits to Warrington and another defeat looked inevitable when O'Brien took Ratchford's inside pass to make it 16-0 after 13 minutes.

The Wolves brought on King for his debut after 28 minutes with Harrison enjoying a breather.

Evans spilled a Simon Grix pass to squander a chance before a probing Adam O'Brien run gave Bradford a rare chance to attack.

The Bulls finally got themselves on the scoresheet five minutes before the break with Kearney supporting Lee Gaskell's half break to round Matty Russell in style with Gale's conversion cutting the gap to 16-6.

Kearney went close to bagging a second try as Bradford recovered from their poor start with an improved shop but the Wolves hung onto a ten point interval lead.

But Kearney was outjumped by Joel Monaghan from Ratchford's kick almost straight from the restart for the centre to score for his fifth match in a row and extend the lead to 22-6.

Skipper Westwood took Higham's pass to stretch over from short range and virtually end the Bulls hopes after 45 minutes.

Monaghan grabbed his second courtesy of O'Brien's unselfishness from Ratchford's incisive break to stretch the advantage to 34-6, with three tries in five minutes.

O'Brien was again involved in the build up to Gene Ormsby's 50th minute try as the Bulls fell apart.

Adrian Purtell did manage a solo try for Bradford on the hour before Adam Sidlow's dropped pass tossed away another chance.

O'Brien shot over for his second try after 65 minutes with Gale then wasting another opportunity for the Bulls.

Ratchford and Atkins then created a try for Rhys Evans as Warrington ran up their biggest Super League score of the season.

The hard-working Olbison burst through for Bradford's third try six minutes from time before Gaskell's kick brought a late effort for Jay Pitts to give the scoreline more respectability.


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