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1st January 1992: Warrington 6 Wigan 24
Posted by cherryandwhite on October 20 2013 - 17:19

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New Years Day Wednesday 1st January 1992

Warrington 6 Wigan 24
Wilderspool, Warrington
Stones Bitter Championship - Round 14 of 26
Kick Off: 3:00pm

Wigan Team
1.  Steve Hampson    
2.  David Myers  T   
3.  Sam Panapa    

Gene Miles


Frano Botica


Shaun Edwards


Andy Gregory

8.  Neil Cowie    
9.  Martin Dermott    
10.  Kelvin Skerrett  T   
11.  Denis Betts    
12.  Billy McGinty    
13.  Phil Clarke    
Sub.  Joe Lydon  T   
Sub.  Ian Lucas    


1. Rudd, 2. Drummond, 3. Mercer, 4. Bateman, 5. Kenyon, 6. Ellis, 7. Crompton, 8. Harmon, 9. Mann, 10. Chambers, 11. Jackson, 12. Sanderson, 13. Shelford. Subs: Burker, Dusher.

Tries: Kenyon
Goals: Rudd 1


Wigan potentially signing Martin Offiah was high on the gossip agenda during this New Years Day trip to Warrington. One newspaper proclaimed how Wigan didn't need him on this evidence. Warrington had taken an early lead with a try from Kenyon but tries from Kelvin Skerrett and Shaun Edwards helped Wigan into a 16-4 half time lead. The home side competed superbly for the first twenty after half time but all they could find was a penalty goal for 16-6.  Once Joe Lydon scored, the game was done and a late try for David Myers completed the win.

Half Time: 

Warrington 4 Wigan 16




John Holdsworth (Kippax)

Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match

1st Place:l Leeds - Played - 14 - Won - 10 - Drawn - 1 - Lost - 3 - Points: - 21
2nd Place:l Wigan - Played - 14 - Won - 10 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 4 - Points: - 20
3rd Place:l St Helens - Played - 15 - Won - 9 - Drawn - 1 - Lost - 5 - Points: - 19
4th Place:l Widnes - Played - 13 - Won - 8 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 5 - Points: - 16
5th Place:l Warrington - Played - 14 - Won - 8 - Drawn - 0 - Lost - 6 - Points: - 16
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