Tuesday May 23, 2023
WOLVERHAMPTON skipper Sam Masters praised each of his team-mates for doing their respective jobs in Monday’s win over Ipswich.

The Parrys International Wolves produced another solid team display to beat the Witches 49-41 in the Sports Insure Premiership and maintain their 100 per cent home record in the process.

Masters again led the way with his fourth consecutive double figure return in the league while Rory Schlein also entered double digits for a third straight meeting at Monmore Green.

Steve Worrall and Ryan Douglas provided solid support whilst reserve duo Zach Cook and Leon Flint also chipped in with key contributions as they outscored their reserve counterparts from the Witches.

“That was a massive effort,” Masters said.

“At the start of the night we said that if we could get a win here against that strong team we’d be happy, but that was impressive.

“I knew it was a big race (Heat 13) and I just kind of pinned my ears back and Rory was the hero of that race even though I might have won it.

“To 5-1 those guys (Jason Doyle and Emil Sayfutdinov), I don’t think that will happen too much this year.

“I was really happy with the boys though, everyone dug deep and did their job.”

The Parrys International Wolves are back in action for their traditional Bank Holiday double against Belle Vue next Monday (May 29).

They travel to Manchester at 12 noon before heading back to Monmore Green for an 8pm start in their home leg as the Club celebrate their 95th Anniversary.

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