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18th December 1993: Warrington 10 Wigan 27
Posted by cherryandwhite on September 30 2013 - 19:10

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Saturday 18th December 1993

Warrington 10 Wigan 27
Wilderspool, Warrington
Regal Trophy Quarter Final

Kick Off: 3:00pm


Wigan Team
1.  Joe Lydon      

Jason Robinson

3.  Barrie-Jon Mather  T     

Gary Connolly


Paul Stevens

6.  Sam Panapa      
7.  Frano Botica    G3   DG 
8.  Kelvin Skerrett  T     
9.  Martin Hall      
10.  Andy Platt      
11.  Neil Cowie      
12.  Andy Farrell      
13.  Phil Clarke      
Sub.  Martin Dermott      
Sub.  Shaun Edwards      


1. Lee Penny, 2. Mark Forster, 3. Chris Rudd, 4. Jonathan Davies, 5. Robert Myler, 6. Kevin Ellis, 7. Greg Mackey, 8. Craig Teitzel, 9. Paul Darbyshire, 10. Rowland Phillips, 11. Paul Cullen, 12. David Elliott, 13. Kelly Shelford. Subs: Colin Hodkinson, Mark Hilton.

Tries: Robert Myler
Goals: Jonathan Davies 3


Warrington came into this Regal Trophy Quarter Final leading the league table and on a nine match winning streak. Wigan were in second place and re-affirmed their superiority of recent years with a good victory. The BBC Grandstand cameras were in attendance. The only try of the first half came after David Elliott was penalised for "roughing" Kelvin Skerrett. From that a beautifully weighted kick from Frano Botica saw Jason Robinson get finger tips on it. Later in the first half Frano Botica kicked a penalty goal for 6-0 at the break before adding a drop goal early second half. An unconverted try by Paul Stevens then stretched that lead to 11-0 before Warrington got first a penalty goal from Jonathan Davies and then a converted try by Rob Myler that brought the score down to 11-8.

On the hour, a try from Jason Robinson put Wigan back in control at 17-8 after good work from Joe Lydon and Sam Panapa. Another penalty from Davies brought that back to 17-10 but a try from Barrie-Jon Mather sealed the game and Kelvin Skerrett glossed the performance with a try three minutes before the end.

Half Time: 

Warrington 0 Wigan 6




Dave Campbell (St Helens)


Live Coverage on BBC 1 during Grandstand


1993-1994 Regal Trophy Quarter Finals

Saturday 18th December 1993
Warrington 10 Wigan 27 (Live on BBC Grandstand)

Sunday 19th December 1993
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