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Wigan defy critics but face new challenges ahead in 2014 The joy on the face of Sam Tomkins when the hooter went at Old Trafford showed just what it meant to the England full-back to win the Super League Grand Final with Wigan. In his 152nd and final
Wigan scored five unanswered tries as they staged a dramatic comeback to beat Warrington 30-16 in the UK Super League grand final in Manchester on Saturday. Trailing by 14 points just before halftime, Darrel Goulding, Michael McLllorum, Josh Charnley,
Wherever you look in the Warrington team that Tony Smith will put on the Old Trafford field for the Super League Grand Final this evening, there is evidence in support of his promise that selection owes everything to form and nothing to reputations.
Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha looks set to be loaned out in January after failing to play a single minute of Premier League football this season. The £15m signing, Sir Alex Ferguson's last before retirement, has been unable to make an
Wigan half-back Matty Smith has set his sights on becoming the first player to win man-of-the-match awards in both domestic finals in the same season. Smith was crowned the Lance Todd Trophy winner in the Challenge Cup final at Wembley, where Wigan
Slovenian side Maribor are the visitors as the FA Cup winners go in search of a first victory in continental competition following their goalless draw against Zulte Waregem a fortnight ago. Maribor have never beaten an English side but they have a
Hull FC sign Wigan back row for next season "The opportunity to join Hull FC was too good to refuse," he said. "I had a couple of options on the table, which included Wakefield, but I think it is a no-brainer for any player when a club like this
George, Tom and Sam Burgess named in England squad Rugby League World Cup England have named three Burgess brothers in their 24-man squad for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. Twins George and Tom, the only uncapped players in the squad, have received
But the Warriors have not had a good return from past UK buys, writes Michael Burgess. If getting Sam Tomkins to Mt Smart was a coup, then getting the expected level of performance out of the British star will be the next challenge for the Warriors'
Leeds' proud, tenacious run as the rulers of Super League is over, after their patched-up and battle-weary side was outlasted by Wigan. They now meet Warrington in the Grand Final at Old Trafford next Saturday but it would be telling them nothing