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Match Report: Wigan 16 Hull FC 30
Posted by Bilko on May 17 2016 - 17:01

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Friday 13th May 2016
Wigan Warriors 16 Hull FC 30
DW Stadium, Wigan
First Utility Super League 21 - Round 14 of 23

Kick Off 8:00pm

 

- Wigan       - Hull FC    
4 Dan Sarginson       1 Jamie Shaul  T   
5 Dom Manfredi       19 Steve Michaels  T   
14 John Bateman  T      2 Mahe Fonua    
20 Oliver Gildart  T      24 Kirk Yeaman    
2 Josh Charnley       5 Fetuli Talanoa  T   
6 George Williams       6 Leon Pryce    
7 Matty Smith    G2    7 Marc Sneyd  T   G5 
8 Dom Crosby       8 Scott Taylor  T   
16 Sam Powell       9 Danny Houghton    
17

Lee Mossop

      10

Liam Watts

   
11 Joel Tomkins       30 Danny Washbrook    
25 Willie Isa       12 Mark Minichiello    
13

Sean O'Loughlin

      11

Gareth Ellis

   
Interchange:
1 Sam Tomkins  T      15 Chris Green    
15 Tony Clubb       16 Jordan Thompson    
17 Taulima Tautai       21 Sika Manu    
21 Ryan Sutton       22 Josh Bowden    

Report: 

How disappointing to see Wigan 16-0 down within quarter of an hour and the match practically already lost. Fair enough to get back to 18-16 down was a good effort but this awful attack continues to be mightily frustrating to watch.

Dan Sarginson throwing a lazy pass into touch on the half way line set an early poor tone and I just found that showing really painful to sit through if I’m honest and I know a lot of fans are in the same mind-set.

The reason for that is because this isn’t a one off. Chronic slow starts have been a problem all season, highlighted by the fact that Wigan have scored ten or less at half time in THIRTEEN of their sixteen matches this season and bear in mind one of those three exceptions was the cup tie at Dewsbury.

Here tries from Marc Sneyd, Steve Michaels and then that sloppy pass allowing Scott Taylor to cross made it 16-0 in 14 minutes and Sneyd added a penalty goal on 23 minutes for 18-0.

Wigan introduced Sam Tomkins off the bench for his second debut and he sparked Wigan into some life with a try from Oliver Gildart reducing the lead to 18-4. Wigan couldn't find another before half time though.

The second half saw a much better Wigan effort and tries from John Bateman and then a nice finish from Tomkins himself got Wigan back to 18-16.

Twenty minutes still remain and it looked like the momentum was all with Wigan but a breakaway try finish by Jamie Shaul broke Wigan's backs and a further try from Fetuli Talanoa completed a well deserved 30-16 win for Hull.

Scoring: 
02mins:43 Wigan 00 Hull FC 04

Try: Marc Sneyd

Wigan 00 Hull FC 06 Conversion: Marc Sneyd (1/1)
09mins:26 Wigan 00 Hull FC 10

Try: Steve Michaels

Wigan 00 Hull FC 10 Missed Conv: Marc Sneyd (1/2)
14mins:35 Wigan 00 Hull FC 14

Try: Scott Taylor

Wigan 00 Hull FC 16 Conversion: Marc Sneyd (2/3)
23mins:25 Wigan 00 Hull FC 18

Penalty Goal: Marc Sneyd (3/4)

25mins:52 Wigan 04 Hull FC 18 Try: Oliver Gildart
Wigan 04 Hull FC 18 Missed Conv: Matty Smith (0/1)
Half Time Wigan Warriors 04 Hull FC 18
52mins:48 Wigan 08 Hull FC 18 Try: John Bateman
Wigan 10 Hull FC 18 Conversion: Matty Smith (1/2)
57mins:59 Wigan 14 Hull FC 18 Try: Sam Tomkins
Wigan 16 Hull FC 18 Conversion: Matty Smith (2/3)
65mins:13 Wigan 16 Hull FC 22

Try: Jamie Shaul

Wigan 16 Hull FC 24 Conversion: Marc Sneyd (4/5)
68mins:12 Wigan 16 Hull FC 28

Try: Fetuli Talanoa

Wigan 16 Hull FC 28 Missed Conv: Marc Sneyd (4/6)
71mins:48 Wigan 16 Hull FC 30

Penalty Goal: Marc Sneyd (5/7)

Full Time Wigan Warriors 16 Hull FC 30
Referee: 

Ben Thaler

Attendance: 

15,083

First Utility Super League 21 - Round 14 Results
Thu 12 May Leeds Rhinos 12 Castleford Tigers 52 17,213
Fri 13 May St Helens 34 Salford Red Devils 20 9,299
Fri 13 May Wigan Warriors 16 Hull FC 30 15,083
Sat 14 May Catalan Dragons 16 Huddersfield Giants 14 10,387
Sun 15 May Hull Kingston Rovers 24 Widnes Vikings 10 7,506
Sun 15 May Wakefield Wildcats 36 Warrington Wolves 28 5,180

2016 First Utility Super League 21 Table - After This Round
- Team P W D L F A Diff Pts
1 Warrington Wolves 14 10 0 4 419 246 +173 20
2 Catalan Dragons 14 10 0 4 398 290 +108 20
3 Hull FC 14 10 0 4 381 307 +74 20
4 St Helens 14 9 0 5 348 317 +31 18
5 Wigan Warriors 14 9 0 5 264 303 -39 18
6 Wakefield Wildcats 14 7 0 7 320 364 -44 14
7 Castleford Tigers 14 6 1 7 349 401 -52 13
8 Widnes Vikings 14 6 0 8 326 301 +25 12

Top 8 Qualify for "Super 8s" after Round 23 / Top 4 Qualify for Play Offs

9 Hull Kingston Rovers 14 4 1 9 298 369 -71 9
10 Salford Red Devils 14 6 0 8 366 377 -11   6*
11 Huddersfield Giants 14 3 0 11 299 355 -56 6
12 Leeds Rhinos 14 3 0 11 242 380 -138 6

*Salford Deducted Six Points for Salary Cap Breaches in 2014 & 2015

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