STEVE Price says his Wire side’s display in the 26-0 win at Catalans yesterday was more like what he expects from his players. In torrential rain in Perpignan, The Wire racked up their biggest victory of the season and became the first team to stop the Dragons from scoring at home in Super League. Warrington’s record now improves to three wins from six games in 2018 and Price was pleased with how his side executed the basics to ensure the poor conditions did not affect them.
A RAINY night in Perpignan heralded The Wire’s biggest victory of the season as they outclassed Catalans Dragons. Mitch Brown, Daryl Clark and Ben Murdoch-Masila had Steve Price’s side in a comfortable 14-0 lead at the break in what was arguably their most controlled half of rugby this season. Murdoch-Masila doubled his tally after the break before Harvey Livett added his name to the scoresheet late on to add the icing on the cake.
Steve Price has promised a ‘change of mentality’ from his Warrington Wolves side on Saturday, so it will be interesting to see how that translates onto the pitch. One thing that is for certain is that The Wire cannot carry on as they currently are. Players and coaches alike have spoken about reducing the amount of penalties they concede, but so far it has not been reflected on the pitch.
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