So the scene was set for Wigan to clinch the title on a
Saturday Afternoon in front of the Granada TV Cameras. They needed just a
point to seal it with two games to spare and the opponents were Bradford who
they had beaten 71-10 in a Challenge Cup Semi Final two Saturdays earlier.
Though not quite a repeat of that, Wigan still produced a rout to clinch the
title in style.
Wigan 34 Bradford 4
Colin Morris (Huddersfield)
Live Coverage on Granada - Clive Tyldesley &
Top of the Stones Bitter Championship - After This Match
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