20th March 1937: Liverpool 8 Wigan 7 Posted by Bilko
on February 27 2014 - 23:54
Click: Last Match -
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Venue: Stanley Park Greyhound Stadium, Old Swan, Liverpool Competition: League Kick Off: 3:30pm
1. Jim Sullivan, 2. Jack Morley, 3. Gordon Innes, 4. Gwynne Davies, 5. Alf
Ellaby, 6. Jack Garvey, 7. Hector Gee
8. George Banks, 9. Joe Golby, 10. Francis Gregory, 11. Trevor Thomas, 12.
Albert Davis, 13. Ike Jones
This was a big game in the top 4 play off race
and a loss that would prove very costly indeed for Wigan in the final shake
up. Having won a cup tie 8-7 in midweek, they lost by the same score here.
Liverpool had already had three chances before taking a 12th Minute lead
with a try from Maloney. Wigan though had a 4-3 lead by half time after Jim
Sullivan kicked two penalty goals. That was a flattering lead and Liverpool
were back in front soon after half time with a drop goal (worth two points
here) from Glover. He then scored a try in the 57th Minute to make it 8-4
with 23 minutes to go. Wigan rallied in the final ten minutes to find a try
from Jack Garvey but Sullivan's penalty was just wide before he missed a
penalty goal in the last minute. Either kick being made would have won the
game for Wigan. Such a narrow difference between being three points behind
Liverpool or one point ahead of them.
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