Wigan Warriors’ Jake Shorrocks has signed a three-year contract with the club. The young halfback made his debut for the Warriors in June and went on to make 12 appearances for the Grand Final winners. Wigan Warriors head coach, Shaun
Tony Clubb has returned to full training at Wigan. The former London forward has missed six months of action after neck surgery, which restricted him to 15 appearances in 2016 after a strong start to the campaign. However, he has
This article originally appeared in League Express. Read stories like this first every week by purchasing the paper in stores or online at totalrl.com/shop Returning Wigan Warriors ace Thomas Leuluai has revealed how joining arch-rivals St Helens became a “real
Wigan head coach Shaun Wane has admitted he is not exactly sure when Sam Tomkins will return to action. The England international is back in training after foot surgery but is unlikely to be fit for the start of the
Micky McIlorum is set to make his long-awaited return to action… in his testimonial match. Super League Champions Wigan confirmed plans for the hooker’s testimonial today, which includes a game against Leigh Centurions on January 22nd. The game, which will
Wigan Warriors have handed four players starting jerseys for 2017, including new signings Joe Burgess and Thomas Leuluai. Burgess has been handed the number 5 jersey, replacing old teammate Josh Charnley, while Leuluai takes the number 7 shirt vacated by
Wigan Warriors have confirmed that two of their academy players have been charged by Greater Manchester Police. A club statement said: “Wigan Warriors confirm that two Academy Players have been charged by Greater Manchester Police following an incident last year.
This story first appeared exclusively in Monday’s League Express. For more content like this as soon as it hits the newsstands, make sure you register to get your copy of League Express each and every Sunday night by clicking here.
Wigan and England forward John Bateman admits he’s “thrilled” to be back in the international picture for this year’s Four Nations tournament. Bateman played a pivotal role in England’s Test series victory against New Zealand last year, and will again
England coach Wayne Bennett believes that a number of Super League-based players could handle the transition to the NRL: including Wigan half-back George Williams. Williams has once again excelled for the Super League champions in 2016, earning selection to Bennett’s