1. Paul Burns, 2. Des Drummond, 3. Kevin Pape, 4. Vince
Fawcett, 5. Paul Penrice, 6. Brad Hepi, 7. Dean Marwood, 8. James Pickering, 9. Phil McKenzie, 10. Gary Schubert, 11.
Colin Armstrong, 12. Billy McGinty, 13. Stephen Holgate. Subs: Darren
Carter, Jonathan Gorley.
Wigan once again kicked off a point behind Leeds in the
table but they were not going to fall first in this battle of winning runs
between the two sides. Workington had beaten Leigh 94-4 in the Challenge Cup
the previous Sunday but Wigan got off to a great start when Martin Offiah
beat Des Drummond in a race to the line. Further first half scores from Mick
Cassidy and Henry Paul made it 22-0 at the break. A Gary Connolly score
pushed Wigan on second half before Scott Quinnell claimed his first four
pointer since his switch from Rugby Union. Jason Robinson claimed the last
try of the game in a 38-0 victory that saw Frano Botica kick seven goals.
Wigan 22 Workington 0
John Holdsworth (Kippax)
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