WARRINGTON Wolves suffered Grand Final heartbreak for the second consecutive season as they were out muscled 30-16 by Wigan Warriors at Old Trafford after leading 16-2 at one stage, before injuries to two key players turned the game.
WARRINGTON Wolves held on for a narrow 12-14 victory over Catalan Dragons in France as the curtain came down on the regular Super League season in torrential rain in the South of France.
WARRINGTON Wolves secured second spot in the league table and kept alive their slim hopes of finishing top of the table with a 29-16 victory over St Helens at Langtree Park.
WARRINGTON Wolves kept their league title hopes alive with a "scrappy" 26-14 victory over Wakefield Wildcats to leapfrog Wigan Warriors and move within a point of Super League leaders Huddersfield Giants.
WARRINGTON made it eight wins on the bounce as a strong second half showing saw them overcome Hull KR 34-6 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium with Rover's fan s once again under the spotlight following a beer bottle and flare throwing incident.
WARRINGTON Wolves cruised into the Challenge Cup semi-final for the 4th time in five years with a convincing 44-24 triumph over Huddersfield Giants -and with victories over their Yorkshire opposition in every other recent cup success - the omens are again looking good - with Hull now standing in the way of a return to Wembley.