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Posted by Marvin on Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:40 am
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GAME ON : Warrington Wolves v Toronto Wolfpack - 19:45:00

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Great win for the wolfs. At home against The 3 year old Toronto and their 14 players
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Great win for the wolfs. At home against The 3 year old Toronto and their 14 players
Not as good as their last home victory, but the prize is the same, two points.
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Seems like all the wolfs fans want Steve Price sacked asap
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wolfpacks' home form could be the difference between them staying up and relegation, between them and hull kr for me
Posted by MPhil12 on Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:10 pm
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Don’t know what the officiating was like overall but Lineham’s pass for Widdop to score was a mile forward. Ackers try looked like a knock on from Toronto as well.
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Don’t know what the officiating was like overall but Lineham’s pass for Widdop to score was a mile forward. Ackers try looked like a knock on from Toronto as well.


just seen the widdop try - how the hell was that given?
The referee's indecision is final
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That was Warringtons 5th win in 16 super league games
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Posted by Saddened! on Sat Feb 22, 2020 1:43 am
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MPhil12 wrote:
Don’t know what the officiating was like overall but Lineham’s pass for Widdop to score was a mile forward. Ackers try looked like a knock on from Toronto as well.


Both of those decisions need explaining. They were both incredibly blatant live never mind on TV. Referees should fully have to explain their decisions in a report like the disciplinary reports.
Posted by Big Ask on Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:51 am
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A try for both should have never have been given. Neither were close decisions.
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