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27th July 2001: Wigan 36 Hull 12

Wigan Warriors v Hull FC - Tetley's Super League VI Round 21
Friday 27th July 2001. Kick Off 8:00pm at JJB Stadium

Match Report

Brian Carney and Steve Renouf inspired Wigan to a 36-12 Super League win over Hull which maintains the Warriors charge for the title.
Carney grabbed two tries, on in each half, and both were inspired by "The Pearl" who later edged the voting for Man of the Match at the JJB Stadium.

Renouf went in down the left for the opener on four minutes and Andy Farrell converted to take Wigan into a quick-fire 6-0 lead.
But Gareth Rayner hit back for Hull five minutes later as a long ball from Tony Grimaldi sent him over in the right hand corner.

Steve Prescott mised the kick but Farrell was deadly accurate with his next one, a penalty awarded after a high tackle on Carney.

David Furner had a try disallowed for crossing on 19 minutes and Prescott cut the deficit to just two points when he landed a penalty moments later after Mick Cassidy was caught offside.

Farrell's penalty made it 10-6 when former Warrior Tony Smith was penalised for punching Cassidy in the face, then Kris Radlinski exacted further revenge with a try on 28 minutes.

Matthew Johns and Terry Newton combined to send the Englishman over and Farrell converted to make it 16-6.

Prescott cut the lead to four again when he raced in after a long ball from a disputed scrum, awarded for a knock on which the referee thought he saw Brett Dallas commit.

Carney's first try came on 34 minutes and it was almost followed by another from Renouf, but it was disallowed for a forward pass and Farrell's 51-yard penalty attempt fell just short on the hooter.

Carney struck again seven minutes after the break, again from Renouf's set-up, and Farrell converted to make it 26-12.

Paul Johnson eased Wigan further ahead from a Dallas pass on the hour mark and Farrell wrapped up the game late on after a great ball from Newton.

He converted his own score to make it 36-12 at the final hooter and send the Wigan fans in the 9,174 crowd home happy.

Team Sheets

- Wigan Position Hull FC -
1 Kris Radlinski Full Back Steve Prescott 1
5 Brian Carney Winger Gareth Raynor 21
3 Steve Renouf Centre Richard Horne 6
15 Paul Johnson Centre Deon Bird 4
2 Brett Dallas Winger Matt Crowther 5
19 Chris Chester Stand Off Paul Cooke 16
6 Matthew Johns Scrum Half Tony Smith 7
10 Neil Cowie Prop Steve Craven 18
9 Terry Newton Hooker Paul King 15
20 Harvey Howard Prop Scott Logan 28
11 Mick Cassidy 2nd Row David Maiden 3
14 Dave Furner 2nd Row Tony Grimaldi 12
13 Andy Farrell L.Forward Jason Smith 13
8 Terry O'Connor Substitute Garreth Carvell 20
12 Denis Betts Substitute Logan Campbell 23
17 Francis Stephenson Substitute Paul Parker 26
24 Martin Aspinwall Substitute Michael Docherty 27

Score Sheet

Wigan Warriors 36 --- Hull FC 12
Steve Renouf
Kris Radlinski
Brian Carney 2
Paul Johnson
Andy Farrell
--- Tries:
Steve Prescott
Gareth Raynor

Andy Farrell 6
--- Goals:
Steve Prescott 2

Scoring Pattern

03mins:29 Wigan 04 Hull FC 00 Try: Steve Renouf
- Wigan 06 Hull FC 00 Conversion: Andy Farrell
11mins:27 Wigan 06 Hull FC 04 Try: Gareth Raynor
- Wigan 06 Hull FC 04 S.Prescott Missed Conversion
16mins:42 Wigan 08 Hull FC 04 Penalty Goal: Andy Farrell
20mins:41 Wigan 08 Hull FC 06 Penalty Goal: Steve Prescott
26mins:19 Wigan 10 Hull FC 06 Penalty Goal: Andy Farrell
28mins:01 Wigan 14 Hull FC 06 Try: Kris Radlinski
- Wigan 16 Hull FC 06 Conversion: Andy Farrell
31mins:52 Wigan 16 Hull FC 10 Try: Steve Prescott
- Wigan 16 Hull FC 12 Conversion: Steve Prescott
34mins:54 Wigan 20 Hull FC 12 Try: Brian Carney
- Wigan 20 Hull FC 12 A.Farrell Missed Conversion
Half Time Wigan Warriors 20 Hull FC 12
46mins:34 Wigan 24 Hull FC 12 Try: Brian Carney (2)
- Wigan 26 Hull FC 12 Conversion: Andy Farrell
58mins:52 Wigan 30 Hull FC 12 Try: Paul Johnson
- Wigan 30 Hull FC 12 A.Farrell Missed Conversion
68mins:34 Wigan 34 Hull FC 12 Try: Andy Farrell
- Wigan 36 Hull FC 12 Conversion: Andy Farrell
Full Time Wigan Warriors 36 Hull FC 12

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Attendance: 9,174

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