1. Stuart Spruce, 2. David Myers, 3. Karle Hammond, 4. Jason
Hunter, 5. Adrian Hadley, 6. David Ruane, 7. David Hulme,
8. Andy Ireland, 9. Steve McCurrie, 10. Esene Faimalo, 11. Jon Grieve, 12.
Emosi Koloto, 13. Paul Hulme. Subs: Paul Davidson, Paul Smith.
Stuart Spruce 1
New £250,000 signing Gary Connolly from St Helens had
just jetted in from his off season spell with Canterbury Bulldogs and was
thrown straight into a debut against Widnes, Live on Sky. It didn't take him
long to settled down with a try in the tenth minute putting Wigan ahead.
This set the tone against a Widnes side that was lacking in the quality of
recent years. Wigan had a comfortable night leading 14-2 at half time before
finishing 32-2 winners.
Wigan 14 Widnes 2
Russell Smith (Castleford)
Live Coverage on Sky Sports
Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match
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