Well take a bow boys, take a big long bow because that was one of our best performances in many a year. Sometimes you don't have to produce stylish skilful rugby - you just simply have to work hard to get the rewards and Wigan did that tonight.
I said in the Match Preview......
"To have any chance we've got to be good on penalties, make sure we complete sets - and don't be afraid to simply find touch on the last tackle."
Well maybe they read my preview, because that's what they did to great effect. We gave away two penalties late on which left Leeds a bugs dick away from nicking at least a draw but apart from that Wigan, for once, kept it simple and got the result in the end.
I also talked about keeping it tight because Leeds generally fade in tight games against us. I don't necessarily think they did today. They could just as easily have nicked it themselves but the two points was won first half when Wigan just had the edge on the Rhinos. Second Half there wasn't much in it.
Top praise for the young kids. Tommy Coyle came in and never let us down. Mike McIlorum continues to impress me - he has a simple but affective game. His opposite number Matt Diskin was none existent.
The pack also had a great effort. Fielden, Feka and Coley all stood up tall and young O'Carroll as well.
And how great to see Tommy Leuluai step up to the plate. Sometimes he looks as if he's hiding being Trent Barrett but not tonight. He controlled things and again his opposite number - Rob Burrow - was none existent.
All in all you really can't find a poor effort from a Cherry & White today, no matter how hard you look.
And for all that's gone on previously - what a position we are now in. At least joint 2nd in the table come the end of the weekend despite us having been to Warrington, to St Helens and to Leeds during our last four away matches. They've all got to come to the JJB and we know if we defend like that for the rest of the season - like Phil Clarke said on Sky - the attack will improve and that can only be good for us.