Wigan will play Bradford in Super League's Grand Final after ending the
dreams of defending champions St Helens.
The Warriors, who lost to the Bulls last week, ran in seven tries in
their one-sided victory at the JJB Stadium.
Saints tried their best to rally after going behind to an Adrian Lam
try on 10 minutes and briefly levelled when Kevin Iro crossed over.
But another Lam score and a brace of tries from Brian Carney, plus one
each for Kris Radlinksi, Terry Newton and Matthew Johns, gave the game to
Warriors skipper Andy Farrell was in great form with the boot, kicking
eight goals from nine attempts to break Frano Botica's club record of 423
points in a season.
Saints' other points came from Great Britain international Paul
Sculthorpe, who added a try to his earlier conversion.
Wigan coach Stuart Raper was delighted with the performance of his
"We found the hunger and the desire, and we used our heads," said the
"St Helens are a great side - and deservedly so - but we showed that
there's going to be a new era."
Wigan and Bradford will meet next Saturday in the Grand Final, which
takes place at Old Trafford in Manchester.