THE putting-together of your Warrington Wolves team of the decade continues this week.

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be giving you the chance to vote for your standout Wire player in every position between 2010 and the present day.

Polls will be running each week, with the full 13 to be revealed in the Christmas edition of the Warrington Guardian.

This week, we would like you to choose who will play right centre and we have three options to pick from – all of whom have contributed in their own way over the past decade...


EVEN though he was remarkably versatile, Bridge’s best contributions in a Wire shirt undoubtedly came in the centres.

Wherever he played, he always seemed to be in the points – whether that was crossing the whitewash or via his accuracy from the kicking tee.

More than 1,000 points and four England caps definitely represents a fine 10 years in primrose and blue having joined in Bradford in 2005.

He may have missed out on selection for both the 2010 and 2012 Challenge Cup Final wins, but his 19 tries and 34 goals in 27 games played a big role in helping The Wire storm to the 2011 League Leaders’ Shield.

He also started the 2013 Super League Grand Final defeat to Wigan Warriors, which proved to be his last tilt at silverware in a Wire shirt.

Wire fans will remember Bridge fondly as a gleeful combination of boundless aggression and silky skill.

The Oldham native’s Warrington record stands at 107 tries and 311 goals in 228 appearances, with a total of 1,051 points.

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Chris Bridge scores against Harlequins in 2010. Picture by Mike Boden


KING stood out like a sore thumb even before he touched a ball with his big hair.

When he did touch the ball, however, it more often than not ended in trouble for opposition defences.

Another player who played across the three-quarter line, it was in the right centre position that he featured most during 2010 and 2011 before he returned to his native Australia.

Indeed, King was selected as a centre in the 2010 Super League Dream Team.

He reached 20 tries in each of those two seasons – with only Joel Monaghan and Ryan Atkins surpassing his 22-try tally in 2011 as The Wire won the League Leaders’ Shield.

The Challenge Cup was won with the Kangaroos representative in the right centre role in 2010 – a year after he scored a hat-trick to set up their first Wembley victory in 35 years.

King scored 66 tries in his 106 appearances in primrose and blue – a player so heavily decorated Down Under had officially proved his worth on the other side of the world.

Upon leaving The Wire, King joined South Sydney Rabbitohs, where he played until his retirement in 2013.

He was on the coaching staff with the Bunnies until 2016, when he joined Trent Robinson’s staff at the now back-to-back NRL premiers Sydney Roosters.

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Matt King scores against Huddersfield in 2010. Picture by Mike Boden


HERE were have a player who, in theory, should have his best days ahead of him.

Having joined The Wire as a youngster alongside brother George, King is coming off the back of his first season with the club without his elder sibling.

Most would agree that, over the past two seasons, he has developed a lot as a centre having put several injury nightmares behind him.

He ended the campaign as Warrington’s undisputed right centre, although he has been known to pop up in the second row from time to time.

His superb ability under the high ball makes him an immediate and frequent target for The Wire’s attacking kicks, and they have contributed to the 29 tries he has scored in his 83 Warrington appearances thus far.

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Toby King celebrates scoring at this year's Magic Weekend. Picture by Mike Boden