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Hull

  • Horne, Raynor (2), Manu, Carvell, Tony (2), Briscoe,
    Goals: Tickle (7),
46 - 14

Warrington

  • Gleeson, Fa'afili (2),
    Goals: Briers,
  • First Utility Super League
  • 12th Aug 2007
  • KO 15:15
  • Att: 13,404

Hull v Warrington: Team news

By Andy Clarke   Last updated: 10th August 2007  

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Hull v Warrington Wolves
KC Stadium
Sunday August 12, KO 3.15pm

Hull are able to welcome back a trio on international stars for their showdown with Warrington on Sunday.

Winger Gareth Raynor has recovered from ankle ligament damage, prop Garreth Carvell returns after a groin problem and full-back Shaun Briscoe is fully fit after a broken jaw.

All three have been named in coach Peter Sharp's squad as the Black and Whites prepare to step up their play-off push.

Sharp said: "It is a massive boost for us to have three players of this quality and experience back.

"Against a side like Warrington, who are in form and packed with quality and experience you need your top players on view.

"Out kids have done outstandingly well, they have been exceptional and a real bonus and as you can see they are still in the 20-man squad because they deserve to be in."

Kirk Yeaman has also been named in the squad but is not expected to feature.

"We have included Kirk but I think it's maybe a week early for him," added Sharp of the Great Britain international, who is on his way back after an ankle injury.

Australian Test winger Matt Sing is also missing after aggravating a foot injury against St Helens last weekend.

Hull FC squad: Briscoe, Carvell, Dowes, Hall, Head, G. Horne, R. Horne, Houghton, King, Lee, Maiava, Manu, Radford, Raynor, Tickle, Tony, Washbrook, Whiting, Wheeldon, Yeaman.

Warrington Wolves squad: Reardon, Fa'afili, M. Gleeson, Grose, Bridge, Briers, Leikvoll, Clarke, Rauhihi, Morley, Westwood, Anderson, M. Gleeson, Wood, Pickersgill, Grix, Bracek, Harrison, Riley, Penny.

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