6th April 1917: Wigan 25 St Helens 3
Posted by Bilko on January 28 2015 - 23:11

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Wigan 25 St Helens 3 - Good Friday 6th April 1917
Venue: Central Park, Wigan
Competition: War Emergency League

WiganlBacks:l

1. John Blan, 2. Ted Smith, 3. Blackledge, 4. Jim Sherrington, 5. Wilson, 6. George Hesketh, 7. Peter Heaton

WiganlForwards:l

8. Charlie Seeling (Snr), 9. Percy Coldrick, 10. Bill Banks, 11. Harry Banks, 12. Tom Magraw, 13. Bill Melling


WiganlTries:l

Ted Smith 3, Jim Sherrington 2, George Hesketh, Peter Heaton

WiganlGoals:l

George Hesketh 2

StlHelenslBacks:l

1. Wilmot, 2. Henry Greenall, 3. Tom White, 4. Charles Collins, 5. Joe Aspinwall, 6. Robert Heaton, 7. Jack Halsall

StlHelenslForwards:l 8. John Fletcher, 9. Sam Daniels, 10. Brighton, 11. Cuthbert Pennington, 12. Henry Tomlinson, 13. George Sephton

StlHelenslTries:l

Henry Greenall

StlHelenslGoals:l

(None)

Summary:

"A splendid exhibition of passing" by Wigan with Ted Smith scoring his hat-trick before hat-trick. Wigan had a good lead by half time and kicked on after the break.