Hull FC’s Connor Wynne provides update on fitness after horror tackle from Huddersfield Giants’ Will Pryce

Yesterday, Huddersfield Giants star Will Pryce was red carded by referee Liam Moore for a dangerous tackle.

The victim was Hull FC’s Connor Wynne who was thrown around and then dumped on his neck in a tackle that unsurprisingly sparked the ire of Wynne’s teammates.

Huddersfield head coach Ian Watson had his own say on the incident, stating that he could have no complaints about the decision.

“It’s a big learning lesson for him,” Watson said.

“He’s devastated in the changing room. Will knows he’s messed up.

“Now he has to lick his wounds and see what the consequences are.”

However, Wynne himself has posted a classy message on Twitter, detailing that he is completely fine after the incident.

Wynne said: “Gritty win but boys dug in deep and worked for each other. Buzzing with that result, we move and go again next week.”

And, when one fan asked him about his problem, the Hull centre responded in brilliant fashion, simply saying: “I’ll be reet.”

It was the Black and Whites’ fourth win of the 2022 campaign so far, but it was perhaps their most impressive, nilling an in-form Huddersfield side for 70 minutes with some strong defensive resolve.

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3 months ago

Liam Moore did his upmost to win hudds the game with six restarts on hulls line 40 extra tackles will anything happen to him doubt it
Plus his baby sitter running the line