Warrington had taken top spot in the table after beating
Halifax 9-3 away on the Monday prior to this Wednesday Night trip to
Liverpool Stanley. Wigan though now had two games in hand and returned to
the top with this good win at
Old Swan. Intrigue was elsewhere also with Bradford and Workington meeting at Odsal in
the first of two matches that would go a long way to decided which side would
take the fourth play off spot. They would also play in Workington the
following Monday but this first match saw Bradford win 22-10 to draw level on
points with Workington, though the Cumberland side still held the coveted
spot on points average.
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