Bridge Happy with DoubleChris Bridge picked up 24 points againts Bradford Bulls on Sunday and made sure of the double over his old club for the first time in 25 years for the Wolves. The young utility player is happy with the way things have gone since his move back across the pennines to the Wolves and is looking forward to some exciting times at the Halliwell-Jones.HOW HAVE YOU SETTLED IN SINCE YOUR MOVE FROM BRADFORD?Really good, it's a good atmosphere at the club and having ex team mates here Logan Swann and Toa Kohe Love from Bradford has made the move for me easier. HOW DID IT FEEL TO PLAY A MASSIVE ROLE IN SCORING 24 POINTS TO BEAT YOUR FORMER SIDE?It did feel good but the main thing was that we won the game and got the two points. To do the double over Bradford takes some doing and it's a credit to all the squad. WHAT ARE YOUR GOALS FOR THIS SEASON?I just want to keep playing well and keep my place in the seventeen. YOU HAVE PLAYED IN DIFFERENT POSITIONS THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREER; WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURED POSISTION?It has got to be Stand off or Scrum Half, when you play in that position you get more of the ball and you dictate play. I have been playing in the halves since my days as a junior at Royton Tigers. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR PROUDEST ACHIVEMENT IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE?To play in the England team that defeated the Australian schoolboys in 2002. That was something special and something I want to experience more of in my career. HOW DO THE SUPPORTERS COMPARE TO THE SUPPORTERS YOU HAVE PLAYED IN FRONT OF AT YOUR PREVIOUS CLUBS?The Warrington supporters are real diehards. They always stay back after the game to cheer the team off win or lose. I haven't experienced anything like that before and it is what I think sets the supporters here apart from other clubs supporters. WHO WERE YOUR IDOLS IN THE WORLD OF RUGBY LEAGUE WHEN YOU WERE GROWING UP?The Australian Stand off Laurie Daley.
26, May, 2005