Andrew Cheetham, Mark Sarsfield
Wigan were well in the title race but their was none of
the style of the previous seasons. They got the win here away at bottom of
the table Leigh but it was another laboured performance with Leigh having
held an 8-6 lead at Half Time. Wigan though were comforted by the fact
rivals Bradford and Warrington were playing each other but the fact Bradford
won 27-10 at Wilderspool meant they remained top and Wigan in second place.
Leigh 8 Wigan 6
David Asquith (York)
Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match
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