Get involved: send your pictures, video, news & views by texting TIMES NEWS to 80360, or upload here
London Broncos remain without a victory in the Super League as they were beaten 44-16 by Warrington Wolves
Updated 3:08pm Wednesday 12th March 2014 in Sport
It is four consecutive defeats for London Broncos in the Super League as they were beaten 44-16 by Warrington Wolves at The Hive on Sunday.
Roy Asotasi had put the visitors ahead but Broncos then raced in front as Nick Slyney, Ben Farrar and Thomas Minns all touched down.
That spurred Warrington into action and tries from Chris Bridge and Rhys Evans meant the hosts’ advantage at the break was just two points.
Wolves then took full control in the second period. Gene Ormsby crossed and Evans went on add three more tries.
Ryan Atkins grabbed a brace as Warrington ran out convincing winners.
"I wasn't pleased with the second half at all. I don't think we approached that the right way,” Rea told the club website.
“Possibly being up at half time we had a group of blokes who were thinking about the scoreboard and the big outcome.
"We were probably trying to win a war and they were trying to win the battles that get you to win you the war. The challenge was to take that emotional bit out of the game.
"They just upped the ante and showed they are a quality side. They really knuckled down to their job and got the bit between their teeth. They ran harder and tackled harder in that second half."
Comments are closed on this article.