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10th August 2003: Wigan 40 Halifax 0

Wigan Warriors v Halifax - Tetley's Super League XIII Round 22.
Sunday 10th August 2003. Kick Off 3:00pm at JJB Stadium.

Wigan reclaimed third spot in Tetley's Super League table as they predictably proved too strong for rock-bottom Halifax.

It was a club record-equalling 21st consecutive defeat for the Yorkshire side and the match was all over by half-time with the Warriors running up a 30-0 lead and Halifax suffering a double injury blow, losing both Dane Dorahy and Jaymes Chapman.

The Halifax defence stood firm for the opening 11 minutes until second-rower Stephen Wild - making only his second start after an horrific knee ligament injury earlier this season - struck twice to get the Warriors motoring.

Crowd-pleasing Irish winger Brian Carney set up the first with a terrific 50-yard break up the middle and then the floodgates opened.

By half-time, the Warriors had the points well and truly in the bag after running in another four tries.

Teenage scrum-half Luke Robinson, getting his chance in the absence of Adrian Lam, created one apiece for Brett Dallas and Shaun Briscoe with neat kicks and also combined with half-back partner Sean O'Loughlin to give Wild his second of the half. Skipper Andy Farrell also dummied his way over and converted all five first-half scores.

Robinson was again involved in supplying the final pass for in-form Kiwi prop forward Craig Smith to claim Wigan's sixth try before Halifax had Ged Corcoran sinbinned twice for holding on.

Wigan could afford the luxury of giving a second-half breather to both Farrell and Terry Newton ahead of Friday's big test against Leeds.

Danny Sculthorpe marked his return after injury by crashing over for Wigan's seventh try after a superb offload from Wild.

Team Sheets

Wigan - Halifax
No.
Player
Pos No.
Player
22 Shaun Briscoe Full Back 5 Lee Finnerty
2 Brett Dallas Wing 2 Lee Greenwood
18 Martin Aspinwall Centre 3 Stuart Donlan
14 David Hodgson Centre 33 Andrew Frew
5 Brian Carney Wing 21 Chris Norman
15 Sean O'Loughlin Stand Off 14 Liam Finn
20 Luke Robinson Scrum Half 20 Dane Dorahy
10
Craig Smith Prop
25
Neil Harmon
9 Terry Newton Hooker 7 Sean Penkywicz
30 Quentin Pongia Prop 29 Byron Smith
12 Danny Tickle 2nd Row 15 Ryan Clayton
19 Stephen Wild 2nd Row 12 Andrew Brocklehurst
13 Andrew Farrell L.Forward 27 Chris Maye
16 Danny Sculthorpe Sub 18 Jaymes Chapman
17 Mark Smith Sub 23 Ged Corcoran
23 Gareth Hock Sub 24 Wayne Corcoran
25 Kevin Brown Sub 30 Rikki Sheriffe

Score Sheet

Wigan Warriors 40 --- Halifax 00
Tries:
Stephen Wild 2
Brett Dallas
Andy Farrell
Shaun Briscoe
Craig Smith
Danny Sculthorpe
--- ---
Goals:
Andy Farrell 5
Danny Tickle 1
--- ---

Other Information

Referee: Russell Smith (Castleford).
Attendance: 7,409

 


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