In recent times, Warriors dates with Canberra have been more successful than a Todd Carney session on Tinder, but after a first round loss, and with the slippery Eels looming in Round 3, they’ll need to make sure they put in the appropriate groundwork on Sunday. Continue reading Too Early For A Must Win?
So the Warriors lost a Round 1 game. Again. Slow starters. Can’t win away from home. Same old story.
Should we be surprised? Probably not.
Should the Warriors faithful panic? Not yet.
ROUND ONE IS FINALLY HERE!!!!!!!!
As you may have guessed by the excess of exclamation marks, I’ve been waiting for this week for what feels like a long, long time.
The start of every season is like the start of a new relationship, where everything is fresh and exciting, and you start having these crazy, beautiful dreams every time you close your eyes. Wedding bells, premiership rings, Clive Churchill medals — anything is possible. Continue reading This Could Be The Start Of Something Big
Okay, so maybe ‘romp’ is an exaggeration, but there’s definitely plenty to be positive about following the Warriors’ four tries to one, 18–4, win over Penrith at the weekend.
Sam Tomkins looked every bit like a marquee signing. Tomkins had plenty of critics last year, largely because of his mixed start to the season and the huge price tag that accompanies any discussion about his quality. If the weekend is anything to go by, this year he’s out to prove all the doubters wrong. He made things happen every time he joined the attacking line, his quick hands and superb angles are evident in the clips below. But, as you’ll discover, defence is what gets me going, and I loved how confident and assured he looked at the back. Whether it was under the high ball, positioning himself for last-ditch tackles or fielding kicks into the in-goal, the Wigan Warrior was everywhere. Continue reading Romp in RotoVegas