Increase in tempo did the job for Warrington Wolves against Bradford Bulls

Warrington Guardian: Tony Smith Tony Smith

TONY Smith told his men to speed up the game if they wanted to appear in the semi finals of the Challenge Cup this year.

"It was a pleasing performance in the end," said Wolves' head of coaching and rugby after today's 46-10 quarter-final win at Bradford.

"I thought we did a good job in the first half considering the slowness of it. It was one of the slowest halves of rugby league I'd watched for a long time.

"We had to speed that game up if we were going to win it and I thought we did that pretty well in the second half.

"We sped it up and kept the ball a little bit better.

"We felt that we'd get some opportunities if we were a bit smarter and a bit faster with the ball, and those opportunities came."

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