In a nutshell
London Broncos took an early ten-point lead at the DW Stadium, but Wigan gradually came back into the game after a slow start to win comfortably.
How it unfolded
The Broncos scored early tries fro Jamie O’Callaghan and Mike McMeeken, with Josh Drinkwater adding one conversion to give them a ten-point lead.
But that was as good as it got for London, as the Warriors replied with seven tries from Tony Clubb (2), Dan Sarginson (2), Iain Thornley (2) and a last-minute effort from Matty Bowen.
The Broncos scored one further late try from Iliess Macani, on a night when seven out of the ten tries in the match were scored by players from southern England.
A full report and pictures will feature in Monday’s edition of Rugby League Express.