Warrington star “ready for the Gold Coast” as Wolves fans enjoy win but worry about the future – How social media reacted to Warrington’s win over Catalans

Yesterday two play-off hopefuls met in a superb contest in the south of France. The previously unbeaten Catalans Dragons tussled with Warrington and saw their 100% start dented by a Wolves side in much better shape since their opening weekend loss. Or at least that’s my view. But what was yours? Here’s how social media reacted to Warrington’s win over Catalans.

Masterminding the victory in the eyes of Twitter was Gareth Widdop. It was perhaps his best performance in a Warrington shirt. After a slow start to life in Super League, Widdop now seems to be on top of his game and appears to be taking Warrington with him. He was their key player yesterday and social media agreed.

Another key performer for Warrington was Jake Mamo. The centre has been outstanding in recent weeks. After coming up with the heroics last week he came up with a game breaking intercept try in one of the moments of the match. Twitter loved it.

With Greg Inglis set to debut next week, there was a discussion on twitter over whether Mamo should feature next week and if so where.

Overall it was generally believed by Warrington fans that this was their best performance of the season and one to get excited about as they begin heading in the right direction.

Daryl Clark was brilliant again for Warrington coming up the game’s best piece of attack to create a try for Ben Currie. The Wolves fans loved it but feared his impressive performance in the sunshine was a sign of things to come as he continually gets linked with a move to Gold Coast.

The Dragons certainly weren’t terrible. They  were the better team for the first 30 minutes and might have claimed the two competition points had the game kept going in that direction. In the end it was just one of those days for the Dragons and they’ll dust themselves down and move on. Nonetheless, they played their part in a brilliant contest.

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