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Warrington Wolves’ Women win Grand Final in style


Pictures Bob Brough

WARRINGTON Wolves women will be playing Super League next season after a resounding victory in the Grand Final beating Barrow Ladies 40-4 in Manchester.

The success followed up from winning the league leaders’ shield in the team’s first season under the guidance of coaches Lee Westwood and Bennie Westwood

The Wolves took the lead on eight minutes when Meg Garvey crossed for the opening try of the Final with Michelle Davis converting.

Four minutes later Rebekah Wilson glided through the Barrow defence to score with Davis again on target to make it 12-0.

On 17 minutes The loose-forward Dan Bound picked up a loose ball and sprinted 30 metres to cross! Davies added the extras to make it 18-0.

Barrow hit back briefly with a try from Michelle Larkin making it 18-4 at the interval.

Warrington were back in control on 48 minutes when Aimie Toher charged her way over the try-line with Davis adding the extras to make it 24-4.

Davis then crossed for a try on 59 minutes getting over in the corner and two minutes later it was game over when Rowanne Smalley crossed down the left side to score with Davis adding a superb touchline conversion making it 34-4.

A sensational solo effort from Dan Bound with her second try of the day, plus another conversion from Davis completed the scoring on a memorable afternoon for Warrington Wolves’ women.

Warrington Wolves Women 40

Tries: Megan Garvey, Rebekah Wilson, Danielle Bound (2), Aimie Toher, Michelle Davis, Charlotte Hill

Goals: Michelle Davis (6)

Barrow Ladies 4

Tries: Michelle Larkin


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