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.
Warrington 4 Wigan 16
John Holdsworth (Kippax)
Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match
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