Kris Radlinski added to his lead as the league's top tryscorer with two tries
and the man of the match award in Wigan's 46-18 win over London.
Radlinski was all class at the back for Wigan as the home side avenged their
defeat earlier in the season to London with a breath taking eight tries to three
Wigan now move top of the Super League table - equal with Bradford.
Wigan set the tone early when Farrell scored in the opening minute and before
the spectators had reached their seats Wigan were ahead 6-0.
Although London scored three minutes later when Brett Dallas dropped a bomb for
Glen Air to touchdown and a further penalty saw the Broncos lead by two, it was
just a minor blip for Wigan.
Two more tries on the 20 minute mark to Paul Johnson and Radlinski gave the
Warriors some breathing space.
London did have a try disallowed on 25 minutes when Matt Toshack was ruled
offside but it was only two minutes later when scrum-half Adrian Lam made a
break to feed David Furner who crossed and Wigan went into halftime 24-8 ahead.
When London scored twice through Justin Dooley and Toshack in the 47th and 53rd
minutes they were in with a chance at 24-18 and 20 minutes left on the clock but
that just made Radlinski show his class.
His great support play was rewarded when he backed up a Mathew Johns' break and
then before you knew it Wigan had three further tries to wrap up the game.
Chris Chester scored within a minute of subbing on while former Brisbane Bronco
Steve Renouf had an intercept special.
Mick Cassidy had the final say with a try on fulltime after Johns flipped a ball
to Neil Cowie who overloaded superbly to Cassidy under the bar. Andy Farrell
kicked seven out of eight goals.