This was a much smoother performance against London than
had been seen the previous weekend against Widnes by Wigan
Coach Matty Peet made seven changes to the
side with Tom Davies, Josh Woods, Max Dudley, Caine Barnes,
Jack Wells, Macauley Davies and Kyle Shelford all dropping
out replaced by Craig Mullen, James Barran, Paddy Jones,
Sam Adejumo, Oliver Russell, Sam Brady and Ben Kilner.
The difference this week was far less ball finding the
ground and perhaps a more cohesive half back combination
Early tries from James Worthington and Liam Paisley had
Wigan 10-0 up but London responded with a try from Jordan
Williams for 10-4 after 20 minutes.
Wigan found two further scores in the next ten minutes
with Craig Mullen and James Barran crossing for a 22-4
score than carried to half time.
The game quickly went away from London at the start of
the second half with a quick fire double from Josh Ganson
taking the score to 34-4 within four minutes. Second tries
of the game for Paisley and Worthington then had Wigan 46-4
up by the 55th Minute.
It looked ominous that real embarrassment could be
inflicted on London by this point but they managed to hang
in and only conceded one further try. That was scored by
Jake Moore for 52-4 and the only score in the final 17
minutes was finished by London in the right corner as Gidds
Boafa scored. They converted than for a final score of
After a previous away game at Huddersfield was
postponed, the 19s haven't played away yet but with 5
points out of 6 at home so far, they now take their
unbeaten start to consecutive away games at Bradford,
Castleford and Salford. They are next at Orrell on April
23rd v Wakefield.