Wigan were out of the John Player Trophy early so
returned to league action here at Wilderspool. Though they now had their ace
in their pack. Brett Kenny joined from Parramatta during the ARL off season
and replaced fellow Australian Mark Cannon at Stand Off. Though Kenny
reportedly didn't "little to inspire" this victory over Warrington, it was
still a good earned win.
Warrington 2 Wigan 14
Top of the Slalom Lager Championship - After This Match
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