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1st May 2021, 15:14 | super_league
Australian Rugby League legend Greg Inglis made a try-scoring debut for Warrington Wolves as they beat Hull Kingston Rovers 50-26 in the Betfred Super League on Saturday afternoon.
Inglis – who arrived from Down Under ahead of the 2021 season – made his much-anticipated debut and it took him just 49 minutes to add his name to the scoresheet.
Josh Charnley and Ben Currie both crossed for doubles for Warrington while Danny Walker, Jake Mamo, Daryl Clark and Toby King were also on the scoresheet for Steve Price’s men. Stefan Ratchford added seven conversions.
The defeat for Hull Kingston Rovers brought to an end their recent upturn in fortunes in the Betfred Super League. Ryan Hall scored twice for the Robins, taking him to 202 Betfred Super League tries, while Kane Linnett, Jordan Abdull and Shaun Kenny-Dowall also went over for the visitors.
Warrington climb to 6th position in the Betfred Super League following the result while Rovers sit behind them in 7th but could be surpassed by Leeds Rhinos tomorrow afternoon should Richard Agar’s side beat Huddersfield Giants.
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