Wigan 8 Brisbane Broncos 22 - Friday 30th October 1992 Venue: Central Park, Wigan Competition: World Club Challenge Kick Off: 7:30pm
1. Andre Stoop, 2. Jason Robinson, 3. Dean Bell 4. Andrew Farrar, 5.
Martin Offiah, 6. Frano Botica, 7. Shaun Edwards
8. Kelvin Skerrett, 9. Martin Dermott, 10. Andy Platt, 11. Denis Betts, 12.
Billy McGinty, 13. Phil Clarke
14. Sam Panapa (replaced Billy McGinty - 58th Minute), 15. Ian
Lucas (replaced Kelvin Skerrett - 31st Minute), 16. Martin Crompton
(replaced Andre Stoop - 47th Minute), 17. Neil Cowie (replaced Andy Platt -
Frano Botica 2
1. Julian O'Neill, 5. Willie Carne, 3. Steve Renouf, 4. Chris Johns, 2.
Michael Hancock, 6. Kevin Walters, 7. Allan Langer
8. Glenn Lazarus, 9. Kerrod Walters, 10. Andrew Gee, 11. Trevor Gillmeister,
12. Mark Hohn, 13. Terry Matterson
14. John Plath (replaced Allan Langer - 45th Minute), 15. Tony
Currie (replaced Chris Johns - 32nd Minute), 16. Brett Plowman (replaced
Julian O'Neill - 78th Minute), 17. Peter Ryan (replaced Andrew Gee - 63rd
Wigan were hosting their second World Club Challenge
match at Central Park but this one wouldn't reward victory like in 1987
against Manly-Warringah. It started badly when an unforced error from Andre
Stoop was quickly turned into the opening try for opposite full back Julian
O'Neill. Then great combination between Steve Renouf and Mark Hohn got
Kerrod Walters away and Brisbane went into half time with a 12-2 lead. Wigan
stepped up after half time but a try from Michael Hancock made it 16-2 and
although Wigan got back to 16-8 with what was already Shaun Edwards 20th try
of the season in the 65th Minute, a second try for Hancock got Brisbane over
the finish line.
Wigan 2 Brisbane 12
Dennis Hale (New Zealand)
Live Coverage on Sky Sports - Commentary: Eddie Hemmings, Mike
Stephenson & Peter Sterling
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