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7th May 1993: Wigan 25 Castleford 8
Posted by cherryandwhite on October 17 2013 - 00:05

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Friday 7th May 1993

Wigan 25 Castleford 8
Central Park, Wigan
Stones Bitter Premiership Trophy Semi Final

Kick Off: 7:30pm

 

Wigan Team
1.  Steve Hampson      
2. 

Jason Robinson

     
3.  Dean Bell      
4. 

Andrew Farrar

     
5. 

Martin Offiah

 T     
6.  Frano Botica    G4   DG 
7.  Shaun Edwards  T     
8.  Kelvin Skerrett      
9.  Martin Dermott      
10.  Neil Cowie      
11.  Sam Panapa      
12.  Andy Farrell  T     
13.  Phil Clarke      
 
Sub.  Mike Forshaw  T     
Sub.  Mick Cassidy      

Castleford 

1. Graham Steadman, 2. Simon Middleton, 3. Tony Smith, 4. Grant Anderson, 5. St John Ellis, 6. Peter Coyne, 7. Mike Ford, 8. Lee Crooks, 9. Graham Southernwood, 10. Keith England, 11. Andy Fisher, 12. Martin Ketteridge, 13. Tawera Nikau. Subs: Andy Hay, Dean Sampson.

Tries: (Penalty Try)
Goals: Lee Crooks 1, Graham Steadman 1

Summary: 

With the Challenge Cup added to the League, Lancashire Cup and Regal Trophy, Wigan now had two games in the Premiership to win and complete "The Grand Slam". Their quest began with the visit of Castleford this Semi Final which was a repeat of the match Wigan needed to win to clinch the title at Central Park three weeks earlier. The visitors took the lead with a 6th Minute Lee Crooks penalty goal but Frano Botica quickly responded for 2-2. That score held until the half hour when Wigan went in twice up to half time. First Andy Farrell's good work got Shaun Edwards over before he himself took a great pass from Andrew Farrar. Both tries being converted made it 14-2 at the break. Cas got back to 14-8 when a penalty try was awarded to them because Botica had tackled Tony Smith before he received a pass from Tawera Nikau. Wigan though found a try from Mike Forshaw to go 20-8 up and late on Martin Offiah went over and Botica added a drop goal to send Wigan to the Old Trafford Final.

Half Time: 

Wigan 14 Castleford 2

Attendance: 

12,675

Referee: 

Stuart Cummings (Widnes)

Results: 

1992-1993 Premiership Trophy Semi Final Results

Friday 7th May 1993
1st Place v 6th Place:ll Wigan 25 Castleford 8 (Live Coverage on Sky)

Sunday 9th May 1993
2nd Place v 5th Place:ll St Helens 15 Leeds 2 (Delayed Coverage on Sky)

 

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