Salford Red Devils vs. Warrington Wolves, Summary and Match Facts

Salford Red Devils vs. Warrington Wolves, Summary and Match Facts

The Warrington Wolves gave their all at Salford but eventually ended the nine-match unbeaten run.

Wire was 18-6 at half time after Nathan Roebuck’s scores on the debit, replaced by Josh Thivilis and Riley Dean, all replaced by Deck Patton.

Wales all-time record try-scorer and former wire winger Rhys Williams scored a goal just before the break.

Elliott Care narrowed the gap further by trying to convert 12 minutes into the second period.

And eight minutes later, Gilmore closed the X-ray break to the level of things.

Inu opened the scoring with a last-minute penalty to give Salford the lead for the first time and eventually won.

Match facts:

Super League, Round 14

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Salford Red Devils … 20 Warrington Wolves … 18

Devils: Oliver Asal-Bot; Lewis Roberts, Krishnan Inu, Elliott Care, Rhys Williams; Tom Gilmore, Chris Atkin; Lee Mossop, Connor Jones, Apple Ikehifho, Tyrone McCarthy, Jack Ormondride, Greg Burke Subs: Andy Ackers, Paulie Paulie, Ryan Lennon, James Greenwood.

Wolf: Josh Thivilis; Sitaleki Akaula, Connor Ranch, Keenan Brand, Nathan Roebuck; Riley Dean, December Patton; Lilani Latu, Danny Walker, Lewis Johnson, Alice Longstaff, Alice Robson, Matt Davis. Subs: Sammy Kibula, Kyle Shelford, Erib Doro, Cole Oakley

Scoring: Robbick Troy, 19 minutes, Patton goal, 0-6; Thivalis attempt, 30 minutes, Patton goal, 0-12; Dean Troy, 35 minutes, Patton goal, 0-18; Williams effort, 39 minutes, Inu goal, 6-18; Carey try, 52 minutes, Inu goal, 12-18; Gilmore effort, Inu goal, 72 minutes, 18-18; Inu penalty goal, 79 minutes, 20-18

Penalties: Satan 7 Wolf 3

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Referee: Stan Mikloskas

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