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15th March 1992: Leeds 0 Wigan 24
Posted by cherryandwhite on October 20 2013 - 17:42

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Sunday 15th March 1992

Leeds 0 Wigan 24
Headingley, Leeds
Stones Bitter Championship - Round 20 of 26
Kick Off: 3:00pm

Wigan Team
1.  Joe Lydon    
2.  David Myers  T   
3.  Dean Bell  T   

Gene Miles


Frano Botica


Shaun Edwards


Andy Gregory

8.  Ian Lucas    
9.  Martin Dermott    
10.  Andy Platt    
11.  Denis Betts    
12.  Neil Cowie    
13.  Billy McGinty    
Sub.  Sam Panapa    
Sub.  Phil Clarke  T   


1. M.Edwards, 2. Gibson, 3. Creasser, 4. Innes, 5. Bentley, 6. Schofield, 7. Goulding, 8. Heugh, 9. Maskill, 10. Wane, 11. Dixon, 12. Divorty, 13. Hanley. Subs: Heron, Anderson.

Tries: (None)
Goals: (None)


Leeds had nilled Wigan at Central Park earlier in the season, so this was a sweet return compliment from Wigan here. A lovely one handed pass by Gene Miles sent David Myers over for the first try on 23 minutes before good work from Joe Lydon created a try for Phil Clarke. This helped Wigan lead 14-0 half time and they never looked back second half. Shaun Edwards claimed his 22nd try of the season before poor discipline from Bobbie Goulding allowed Dean Bell to return a "quick tap" all 75 metres by himself. The win put Leeds out of the title race and Wigan were continuing to easily head towards the title.

Half Time: 

Leeds 0 Wigan 14




Robin Whitfield (Widnes)

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