Wigan had completed the £50,000 signing of prop Brian
Case from Warrington and he made his debut off the bench here. Case had been
in dispute all season with the Wilderspool club and hadn't played any
matches for them in the season so far. Wigan had this game at Workington won
by half time with the home sides afternoon being topped by Thompson being
sent off for them. Elsewhere, the top of the table was tightened up with
leaders Leeds losing 11-5 at home to Featherstone and second placed Hull KR
losing 7-5 at Leigh.
Workington 4 Wigan 26
Top of the Slalom Lager Championship - After This Match
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