Match Report: Wigan Warriors 36-14 London Broncos

League Express
By League Express April 11, 2014 22:23

Match Report: Wigan Warriors 36-14 London Broncos

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.

Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online version of League Express newspaper and Rugby League World magazine. You can also connect with Total Rugby League on the social media platform of your choice.

Join the lively Rugby League debates on our Fans Forum

Rugby League Yearbook 2014/15League ExpressSuper League's Top 50Rugby League World
Print / KindlePrint / DigitalDigital ExclusivePrint / Digital

League Express
By League Express April 11, 2014 22:23

Great Rugby League Reads!


Subscribe to our Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter

Which team do you support?

Vote in our poll

With Leigh, Bradford and Sheffield setting the pace in the Championship, which other club will finish in the top four after 23 rounds of the competition?