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Match Report: Wigan 48 Hull FC 10
Posted by cherryandwhite on August 04 2012 - 16:08

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Friday 3rd August 2012
Wigan Warriors 48 Hull FC 10
DW Stadium, Wigan
Stobart Super League 17 - Round 23 of 27

Kick Off 8:00pm

 

- Wigan       - Hull FC    
1 Sam Tomkins  T2      5 Tom Briscoe    
2 Josh Charnley  T3   G6    40 Jamie Foster    G 
26 Jack Hughes       15 Richard Whiting    
4 George Carmont       4 Kirk Yeaman    
37 Iain Thornley       39 Tom Lineham  T   
38 Matty Smith       38 Ryan McGoldrick    
29 Sam Powell  T      7 Brett Seymour  T   
21 Epalahame Lauaki       37 Liam Watts    
9 Michael McIlorum  T      14 Aaron Heremaia    
10 Lee Mossop       10 Andy Lynch    
11 Harrison Hansen       11 Willie Manu    
12 Gareth Hock  T      13 Joe Westerman    
13 Sean O'Loughlin       22 Martin Aspinwall    
Interchange:
14 Jeff Lima       16 Mark O'Meley    
16 Liam Farrell  T      17 Chris Green    
17 Chris Tuson       22 Danny Nicklas    
33 Dom Crosby       25 Jay Pitts    

Report: 

Sam Tomkins scored his 500th Wigan points on the stroke of half time as the Cherry and Whites maintained their stronghold at the top of the Super League table in front of 17,736 fans - the highest Super League attendance for a Wigan v Hull fixture, beating the 16,554 figure of 2006.

The 48-10 success was also helped by a Josh Charnley hat-trick and a debut try for Sam Powell who didn't look out of place at Super League level.

Tomkins jostled the scoreboard into action after just 2 minutes with a dance through the Airlie Birds' defence close to the line after Joe Westerman was penalised for ripping the ball from Gareth Hock in a two man tackle.

It took the Warriors a few minutes to settle though, as Epalahame Lauaki dropped a pass straight from the kick-off but it wasn't of any consequence as Gareth Hock scored a typically macho try, barging through would-be tacklers and choosing not to use the supporting Iain Thornley after Sam Powell, Sam Tomkins and George Carmont all had a hand in an attractive move.

After quarter of an hour, Josh Charnley ensured he was still level with Sam Tomkins for tries in all competitions in 2012 as he too crossed for the 32nd time this term, but he was struggling to add the extras as he missed his second from three.

The game was held-up briefly on 24 minutes as Kirk Yeaman took a leg injury forcing Hull to put Chris Green in his place and Jamie Foster, on loan from St. Helens, went close after play was restarted, only to be denied by the kind of strong solid defence that comes with a Shaun Wane stamp of approval.

Charnley soon added his second with a simple but efficient move of passing along the line between Powell, Tomkins, Matty Smith and Jack Hughes before Hull F.C. managed to crack the Wigan line after 34 minutes.

Tom Lineham had gone close, losing the race to a kick by a fingertip to the dead ball line and Wigan looked to be away after successfully taking a quick 20-metre tap. Harrison Hansen was to lose control of the ball though and the strained Wigan defence could do little to prevent Lineham being successful in grabbing a four-pointer at the second attempt.

The Warriors soon put it behind them though and after the hooter for half-time had sounded, Matty Smith placed a grubber with chilling precision for Tomkins to accept for his milestone try. Charnley had no trouble with the extras this time, converting from in front of the posts to give a half-time scoreline of 24-4.

Sam Tomkins got the first chance of the second half when from his own 30 metre line he slipped through the defence before handing over to Harrison Hansen. On Hansen's return pass, Tomkins lost control meaning Wigan would have to wait a little longer to break further away.

That happened in the 51st minute as Charnley claimed his hat-trick after Jack Hughes broke from his own half, and it could have been worse still for Hull when Matty Smith thought he'd scored seven minutes later. Referee, James Child, decided to use the video referee for the first time who ruled Smith had lost control with his fingertips.

The video was used again shortly after when Jamie Foster went in, despite the touch judge raising his flag. It only took a couple of views though to confirm the touch judge was right before Liam Farrell bagged a deserved score just after the hour mark to get Wigan rolling again.

Joe Westerman was put on report in the 66th minute for a high shot on Epalahame Lauaki. The game was briefly held-up but Lauaki thankfully didn't need a stretcher to leave the field.

Michael McIlorum edged Wigan further ahead with quarter of an hour to go before Brett Seymour managed a try which would prove to be scant consolation for the travelling fans.

Sam Powell waited until time was almost up before throwing a dummy Andy Gregory would have been proud of to cap-off a solid debut with a nice try, which is even more impressive when it is taken into account he only came back into the under 20s from a broken leg a month ago.

Scoring: 
01mins:38 Wigan 04 Hull FC 00 Try: Sam Tomkins
- Wigan 06 Hull FC 00 Conversion: Josh Charnley (1/1)
07mins:10 Wigan 10 Hull FC 00 Try: Gareth Hock
- Wigan 10 Hull FC 00 J.Charnley Missed Conversion (1/2)
16mins:00 Wigan 14 Hull FC 00 Try: Josh Charnley
- Wigan 14 Hull FC 00 J.Charnley Missed Conversion (1/3)
25mins:28 Wigan 18 Hull FC 00 Try: Josh Charnley (2)
- Wigan 18 Hull FC 00 J.Charnley Missed Conversion (1/4)
33mins:19 Wigan 18 Hull FC 04 Try: Tom Lineham
- Wigan 18 Hull FC 04 J.Foster Missed Conversion (0/1)
39mins:19 Wigan 22 Hull FC 04 Try: Sam Tomkins (2)
- Wigan 24 Hull FC 04 Conversion: Josh Charnley (2/5)
Half Time Wigan Warriors 24 Hull FC 04
50mins:28 Wigan 28 Hull FC 04 Try: Josh Charnley (Hat-Trick)
- Wigan 30 Hull FC 04 Conversion: Josh Charnley (3/6)
63mins:14 Wigan 34 Hull FC 04 Try: Liam Farrell
- Wigan 36 Hull FC 04 Conversion: Josh Charnley (4/7)
66mins:13 Wigan 40 Hull FC 04 Try: Mike McIlorum
- Wigan 42 Hull FC 04 Conversion: Josh Charnley (5/8)
70mins:43 Wigan 42 Hull FC 08 Try: Brett Seymour
- Wigan 42 Hull FC 10 Conversion: Jamie Foster (1/2)
73mins:47 Wigan 46 Hull FC 10 Try: Sam Powell
- Wigan 48 Hull FC 10 Conversion: Josh Charnley (6/9)
Full Time Wigan Warriors 48 Hull FC 10
Referee: 

James Child

Attendance: 

17,736

Super League 17 - Round 23 Results
Fri 3 Aug Wigan Warriors 48 Hull FC 10 17,736
Sat 4 Aug London Broncos 40 Salford City Reds 28 1,517
Sun 5 Aug Bradford Bulls 38 Widnes Vikings 26 10,261
Sun 5 Aug Huddersfield Giants 36 Catalan Dragons 18 5,822
Sun 5 Aug Hull Kingston Rovers 24 Leeds Rhinos 25 8,378
Sun 5 Aug Castleford Tigers 12 Wakefield Wildcats 40 7,050
Mon 6 Aug St Helens 12 Warrington Wolves 22 15,728

Stobart Super League 17 Table - After This Round
- Team P W D L F A Diff Pts
1 Wigan Warriors 23 19 0 4 886 351 +535 38
2 Warrington Wolves 23 17 1 5 755 447 +308 35
3 St Helens 23 14 2 7 663 417 +246 30
4 Catalan Dragons 23 15 0 8 668 495 +173 30
5 Leeds Rhinos 23 14 0 9 651 540 +111 28
6 Hull FC 23 12 2 9 544 543 -9 26
7 Huddersfield Giants 23 12 0 11 603 532 +71 24
8 Hull Kingston Rovers 23 10 1 12 619 576 +43 21
9 Bradford Bulls* 23 12 1 10 535 598 -63 19
10 Wakefield Wildcats 23 9 0 14 505 650 -145 18
11 Salford City Reds 23 8 1 14 546 688 -142 17
12 Castleford Tigers 23 6 0 17 486 780 -294 12
13 Widnes Vikings 23 5 0 18 434 924 -490 10
14 London Broncos 23 4 0 19 436 780 -344 8

*Bradford Bulls Deducted 6 points for entering administration.

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