Hull FC vs. Warrington Wolves Super League Showdown Recap

Hull FC Nearly Pull Off Super League Upset, But Warrington Wolves Edge Thriller

In a thrilling Super League clash, Hull FC almost produced one of the weekend’s biggest upsets, pushing Sam Burgess’ Warrington Wolves side before ultimately falling short in a 24-18 defeat at the MKM Stadium.

Coming off the back of just their second win of the season against Leeds Rhinos, Hull FC were brimming with confidence and fancied their chances of securing a big scalp against the Wolves, who had suffered three consecutive defeats. However, it was Warrington who snatched victory in the final minute, with a late try from Matt Dufty sealing the two vital points.

“I’ll tell you what, he will learn and he will develop and he’ll be a star in Super League in the future. I have no doubt, because these were the hands that we needed and it was a brilliant score converted from the sideline, from Ben Reynolds, which set us up for a grandstand finish.”

Despite the result, Sky Sports pundit Jon Wells was impressed by the performance of Hull FC’s young full-back Logan Moy, who has been a rare bright spot in a difficult campaign for the Black and Whites. Although Wells acknowledged some questionable decision-making from the 19-year-old, he believes Moy has a huge future in Super League.

The defeat leaves Hull FC still struggling near the bottom of the Super League table, sitting on just four points from their opening 15 games, two clear of basement side London Broncos. They’ll look to bounce back after the upcoming international break, traveling to face Salford Red Devils before the highly anticipated Hull derby against cross-city rivals Hull KR on July 13th.

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