Tries: Andrew Ettinghausen, Paul Medley
It was a big night in the title race with not only this
clash between Wigan and Leeds but also leaders Warrington travelling to
second placed St Helens. Wigan got their win whilst Saints beat Warrington
42-22, which left a three way tie at the top of the table.
Wigan 20 Leeds 6
Geoff Berry (Batley)
Match previously postponed on Sunday 18th January 1987 (3:00pm) Due to Wigan
playing in Challenge Cup Preliminary Round
Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match
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