Wolf Mail Round 2 team

The Wolves Coach looks back to the opening game of the season and a lost two points in the Capital as well as looking towards the first home game of Super League X.

YOUR POST MORTEM ON LONDON?

Scoring five tries of that quality away from home and having two tries disallowed is tough to take. Momentary lapses in concentration in defence were our downfall; these were highlighted when the pace of the game had dropped away. Especially, on contentious decisions and re-starts. The Broncos were more opportune than us and their extra goal kicks proved to be the difference.

ANY POSITIVES FROM THE GAME?

The way we constructed our sets to score our tries and how we responded when the negatives came. To lose six points in the first 40 seconds off a freak ricochet and come back to score 16 unanswered points until just before half time signifies the control of the game we had for large periods. The Broncos were in our half twice in the opening 40 and scored 12 points, the lapse in concentration for the second try lifted their spirits and thus their performance measurably.

HOW'S PAUL WOOD?

In rehab and progressing well.

The Wolves initial 20-man squad for the home opening game of the season at The Halliwell Jones stadium has been named.

1. Brent Grose

2. Henry Fa'afili

3. Martin Gleeson

4. Toa Kohe Love

5. Dean Gaskell

6. Lee Briers

7. Nathan Wood

8. Chris Leikvoll

14. Mark Gleeson

10. Mark Hilton

11. Logan Swann

12. Mike Wainwright

9. Jon Clarke

18. Graham Appo

16. Paul Noone

15. Ben Westwood

17. Danny Lima

20. Warren Stevens

21. Simon Grix

22. Steve Pickersgill

INJURIES

16. Paul Wood - ankle

19. Daryl Cardiss - hamstring

25. Chris Bridge - ankle

U21s

23. Andrew Bracek

26. Nicky Royle

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