Home Page · Site Forum · rugbyleagueontv.co.uk - RL TV Listings & RL Audio Match Commentary · DVD Swaps · Facebook Page · Twitter Thursday, May 06, 2021
2021 Season
2021 First Team
2021 Academy
2021 Women
Wigan RL History Pages
Historical Results at a Glance
Club Honours & Records
Wigan RL A to Z Player List
Wigan RL Heritage Numbers
Wigan RL Timeline
Wigan RL "Top" Timeline
Wigan v Saints - Derby Archive
Challenge Cup Record
League Cup Record
Lancashire Cup Record
All Time Head to Head Records
All Time Player Records
Central Park
The DW Stadium
Co-Operative Stadium, Orrell
Super League Only Stats
All Time SL Table
Classic Matches
Record Victory
8 in a Row!
Coaching Register
Average Attendances
Great Britain Register
Home Nation Register
Wigan - Miscellany
Playing Kit Archive
Two Teams in Wigan!
Wigan Highfield
Springfield Borough
21st January 1996: Wigan 34 Leeds 20
Posted by cherryandwhite on October 10 2013 - 22:22

Click: Last Match - Click: Next Match

Sunday 21st January 1996

Wigan 34 Leeds 20
Central Park, Wigan
Stones Bitter Centenary Championship - Round 20 of 20

Kick Off: 3:00pm

Wigan Team

Kris Radlinski


Rob Smyth


Va'aiga Tuigamala


Andy Craig


Martin Offiah

6.  Henry Paul  T2   G7 
7.  Jason Robinson    
8.  Neil Cowie    
9.  Martin Hall  T   
10.  Terry O'Connor    
11.  Simon Haughton    
12.  Steve Barrow    
13.  Andy Johnson  T   
Sub.  Neil Baynes    
Sub.  Martin Dermott    
Sub.  Shem Tatupu    


1. Alan Tait, 2. Jim Fallon, 3. Craig Innes, 4. Carl Hall, 5. Marvin Golden, 6. Garry Schofield, 7. Graham Holroyd, 8. Neil Harmon, 9. James Lowes, 10. Barrie McDermott, 11. George Mann, 12. Jamie Field, 13. Adrian Morley. Subs: Mick Shaw, Mike Forshaw, Anthony Gibbons, Matthew Schultz.

Tries: Craig Innes 3, Alan Tait
Goals: Graham Holroyd 1, Anthony Gibbons 1


The winter era's last stand came in this final game of the 1995/96 winter season. Leeds rallied a little second half but Wigan practically had the game won by half time. Their was disappointment for Martin Offiah who had to settle for sharing being the seasons top try scorer for a sixth time after Hull KR's David Plange scored five tries in their victory over Chorley. Both finished with 28 tries, although most of Plange's efforts came in Second Division.

Half Time:  Wigan 24 Leeds 6



Russell Smith (Castleford)

Final Top of the Stones Bitter Championship

1st Place:l Wigan - Played - 20 - Won - 18 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 2 - Points: - 36
2nd Place:l Leeds - Played - 20 - Won - 14 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 6 - Points: - 28
3rd Place:l Halifax - Played - 20 - Won - 12 - Drawn - 1 - Lost - 7 - Points: - 25
4th Place:l St Helens - Played - 20 - Won - 12 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 8 - Points: - 24
5th Place:l Sheffield - Played - 20 - Won - 10 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 10 - Points: - 20
No Comments have been Posted.
Post Comment
Please Login to Post a Comment.
Rating is available to Members only.

Please login or register to vote.

No Ratings have been Posted.
Donate to Website

If you appreciate the efforts made on this site and would like to see them continue, donations are welcome to cover the increased running costs of this website. Cheers.

View a Previous Season.....

A to Z Player List


Remember Me

Lost Password?

Copyright - Cherryandwhite.co.uk 2002-2020
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that news stories are correct, we cannot be held responsible for errors. Some articles and pictures on this website have been recovered from various sources for archive purposes. If any material on this website is subject to copyright or incorrect in any way please contact us bilkowigan@googlemail.com so we can remove it or negotiate copyright permission.
RLFANS.COM, the owners of this website, the RLSA (Rugby League Supporters Association) or the 100% League Network are not responsible for the content of its sub-sites, please email the author of this sub-site if you feel you find an article offensive or of a choice nature that you disagree with.

Email RLFANS.COM's owners admins@rlfans.com if further assistance is required.

©1999-2020 RLFANS.COM