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Rugby league gave us another outrageously instinctive piece of skill yesterday

Still one touch short of Steph Roche though…

THE WARRINGTON WOLVES have had a good week for their rebranding show-reel.

First, Kevin Penny took on the laws of physics to score a brilliant acrobatic try in the corner during the Challenge Cup win over Leigh.

Last night, the Wolves ran out convincing 17 – 6 winners over Wigan in Super League and it was all started by a moment of improvised magic from Richie Myler.

Source: NZAUTV Rugby League/YouTube

The scrum-half grubbered through the defensive line on the fifth tackle – nothing revolutionary so far – but when the pill spun back sharply he reacted in the best possible way. His toe managed to flick the ball up and over the head of the last defender Matty Bowens and the Wolves had their noses in front.

Originally published at 09.29

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