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Sky Sports News Wire
Smith full of praise for Riley
Tony Smith insisted it would have been unfair if Warrington had not allowed Chris Riley to play against them for Wakefield - even if the on-loan winger did go on to score a hat-trick against his parent club.
Riley returns to haunt Wolves
Chris Riley returned to haunt parent club Warrington as his hat-trick of tries helped Wakefield to a surprise 40-26 triumph at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Wolves v Wildcats: Teams
Warrington Wolves welcome back Richie Myler and James Laithwaite from injury for Sunday's Super League fixture against Wakefield Wildcats at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Patton handed Warrington deal
Warrington Wolves have rewarded academy half-back Declan Patton with a two-year full-time contract.
New era for top flight clubs
Top level rugby league in England enters a new era in 2015 when relegation and promotion becomes a regular part of Super League once again.
Serbian duo relish Wolves spell
Serbia internationals Stefan Nedeljkovic and Stevan Stevanovic have expressed their delight and gratitude at being welcomed by Super League giants Warrington Wolves.
Betts thrilled with Widnes
Widnes coach Denis Betts was delighted to see his side get a reward for their efforts as they claimed derby bragging rights with a 28-14 First Utility Super League win over Warrington.
Warrington stunned by Widnes
Widnes put an end to Warrington's 10-match winning run with a 28-14 triumph over their local rivals at a raucous Select Security Stadium.
The salary cap was one of the things that we’ve copied from Australian rugby league, who themselves lifted it from professional sport in the USA.
Vea to sit out Saints clash
London Broncos forward Atelea Vea will not get the chance to impress his new employers after being suspended for the visit of St Helens on Saturday.
Eight handed RFL charges
The Rugby Football League have charged eight players from Round 20 of Super League, including three from London Broncos' clash with Warrington Wolves which ended in the capital side being relegated.
Grima: Tough day for club
London coach Joe Grima admitted it was a "tough day" for everyone connected with the Broncos after their 72-12 hammering by Warrington Wolves confirmed their relegation from Super League.
Broncos down after drubbing
London's relegation from the Super League was confirmed at the Halliwell Jones stadium as the winless Broncos suffered their 20th straight defeat of the season at the hands of the in-form Warrington Wolves.
Wolves v Broncos: Teams
Warrington Wolves welcome back prop Paul Wood to their squad for Sunday's home clash against basement boys London Broncos.
Grima sleeps easy
Joey Grima may be facing confirmation of long-expected relegation for the London Broncos this weekend but the coach is upbeat as he continues to rebuild his side.
Wolves tie down six players
In-form Warrington Wolves have extended the contracts of six British players, including winger Gene Ormsby.
Koukash 'frustrated again'
Marwan Koukash has announced his plan to tweak salary-cap regulations to enable Super League clubs to employ ‘one marquee player’ has been blocked for a second time.
Smith makes case for defence
Warrington coach Tony Smith was proud of his players after they overcame Hull FC in a "tough old game" to extend their winning run in Super League to eight matches.
Eight straight for Wolves
Teenage winger Callum Lancaster scored a hat-trick of tries on his home debut in a losing cause as in-form Warrington beat Hull 24-18 at the KC Stadium.
Hill commits to Warrington
Warrington Wolves prop Chris Hill has committed his long-term future to the Super League club by signing a new and improved five-and-a-half year contract.