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  1. Adrian Lam looks ahead to Wigan’s Betfred Super League clash with Leigh Centurions.Lam: “They are a team who’ll be physical, aggressive and they’ll be up for it.”Leigh Centurions v Wigan Warriors, Mon 17th May, Leigh Sports Village, K.O. 7:45pm. Adrian Lam is expecting a ‘tough’ trip away to Leigh Centurions when the Warriors make the short journey to face their local rivals on Monday night. The game will not only be the second time the two have faced off in 2021, but holds extra significance with the return of fans to stadia, albeit a restricted number. Speaking to the media via Zoo
  2. Wigan Warriors and official spirit partner Loch Lomond Whiskies are delighted to launch the first in a series of limited-edition products. The Club announced a multi-year partnership with Loch Lomond Whiskies earlier this year, with many Warriors fans having been quick to get their hands on the award-winning scotch whisky distiller’s range of products. An exclusive run of 500 limited-edition 10 year-old single malt whiskies is now available to pre-order by clicking HERE and for every purchase, Loch Lomond Whiskies will make a donation to the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation.
  3. Get your tickets for the derby game against Leigh on Monday nightJust £1 per ticket with a cash jackpot and a signed shirt on offerAll proceeds from the draw go to our Academy and youth development The 50/50 Virtual Half-Time draw has been a popular hit so far this season, so we’re carrying it on this coming Monday night to give the feeling of the matchday experience for all the Warriors faithful who sadly can’t be at Leigh Sports Village for our derby encounter with the Centurions. At just £1 per ticket, it’s a bargain way to put yourself into contention for some fantastic prizes and su
  4. John Bateman is fundraising for The Mose Masoe FoundationMatch-worn pink boots are the big raffle prize on offerTickets cost just £2 each and are available until 3pm on Monday You have just a few hours remaining to try and win John Bateman’s match-worn boots, with the raffle in aid of the Mose Masoe Foundation ending at 3pm on Monday. With tickets priced at £2 each, it’s an affordable way to show your support for a truly worthy cause and potentially come away with a very special prize. Bateman wore the boots in our televised win against Wakefield Trinity on Thursday 1st April and rec
  5. Kris Ratcliffe reacts to Wigan’s defeat to York City Knights Ladies in the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup Quarter Finals.Ratcliffe: “It was a typical cup tie.”FT | York City Knights Ladies 30-24 Wigan Warriors Women. Kris Ratcliffe said errors were a big factor as Wigan Warriors were knocked out of the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup with a 30-24 loss at the hands of York City Knights on Sunday afternoon. Speaking to wiganwarriors.com after the full time whistle, Ratcliffe said: “I thought it was a typical Cup tie, it swung one way and then the other, but we unfortunately just made too man
  6. Wigan Warriors Women beaten by York City Knights Ladies at the Mobile Rocket Stadium.Wigan drop out of the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup after a close contest on Sunday afternoon.FT | York City Knights Ladies 30-24 Wigan Warriors Women. Wigan Warriors Women were narrowly beaten 30-24 by a revamped York City Knights side in the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup on Sunday afternoon. Rachel Thompson crossed for a double, with other scores from Anna Mary Davies, Rebecca Greenfield and Emily Stirzaker but it wasn’t enough to edge past the York City Knights on Sunday afternoon. It was York wh
  7. Adrian Lam reacts to Wigan’s defeat to Hull FC in the Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Finals.Lam: “Obviously, we will go away from this and be a better team for it.”FT | Hull FC 20-10 Wigan Warriors, Adrian Lam has stressed his team must learn from the mistakes made in their Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Final defeat to Hull FC on Saturday. Speaking to the media shortly after the final whistle, the Warriors head coach gave his thoughts on the disappointing result. “We played uncharacteristically. With all of the mistakes, it’s not what we are about. “The game was very stop start
  8. Match report as Wigan lose to Hull FC in the Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Finals.Tries from Jake Bibby and Dom Manfredi were not enough for Adrian Lam’s men.FT Hull FC 20-10 Wigan Warriors. Wigan missed out on a place in the Betfred Challenge Cup Semi Finals going down 20-10 to Hull FC at Emerald Headingley Stadium. Tries from Jake Bibby and the returning Dom Manfredi weren’t enough on the day, with the Black and Whites advancing in the competition. In wet and wild conditions in Leeds, the two sides eased their way into the Quarter Final with no real threatening moves in the earlie
  9. Enjoy free audio match commentary on Wigan’s Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Final tie with Hull FC (K.O. 2:30pm). Adrian Lam’s men take on the Black and Whites for the second time in nine days as they look to book a spot in the Semi Finals of the historic knockout competition. Join commentary team Joe Mills and Bilko (Andrew Rimmer) from 2:20pm this afternoon for full coverage of the fixture. Use the player below to listen. Alternatively, head to the Mixlr website by clicking HERE. WiganTV is on Mixlr Join in the conversation on Twitter! Tweets by WiganWarriorsRL The pos
  10. Wigan Warriors Community Foundation’s Easter camps deemed a huge success.770 juniors aged 5-16 attended the two weeks’ worth of sessions.Foundation visited four amateur clubs and hosted Winter Warrior programme at Robin Park Arena. Wigan Warriors Community Foundation took their rugby camps on the road during the Easter holidays last month and engaged with 770 of the game’s future stars. Over the two-week Easter holiday, the Community Foundation delivered rugby sessions to hundreds of juniors aged 5-16-years, both boys and girls. Week one saw the Foundation visit Leigh Miners Ranger
  11. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Wigan Warriors Women’s Betfred Challenge Cup clash against York City Knights Ladies. The Warriors make the trip to Wakefield’s Mobile Rocket Stadium for their Challenge Cup Quarter Final fixture against York this Sunday 9th May (12pm K.O.) with the match being streamed live and free on TheSportsman.com. Head to Head The Warriors have met the Knights on four occasions in the Betfred Women’s Super League, with this weekend’s fixture being their first meeting in Cup competition. From previous meetings, the Warriors have scored 192 points agai
  12. Everything you need to know ahead of Wigan’s Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Final against Hull FC. Adrian Lam’s men head to Leeds’ Emerald Headingley Stadium on Saturday to face the side they beat 16-14 last Thursday in their Betfed Super League Round 5 clash. The fixture against Brett Hodgson’s men (K.O. 2:30pm) will be the first of two games played in a double header, with Castleford Tigers taking on Salford Red Devils in the second match (K.O. 5pm). @Betfred #ChallengeCup action coming up pic.twitter.com/uuvICVEqbM — Betfred Challenge Cup (@TheChallengeCup) May 7, 2021 Tea
  13. Half back Harry Smith looks ahead to Saturday’s Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Final.Smith: “We didn’t show them our full potential. Hopefully we can this week.”Hull FC v Wigan Warriors, Saturday 8th May, Emerald Headingley Stadium, K.O. 2:30pm. Harry Smith believes there’s plenty more to come from the Warriors when they take on Hull FC this Saturday in the Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Finals (K.O. 2:30pm). The two sides will face off for the second time in nine days when they meet at Emerald Headingley for a place in the Semi Finals. Speaking to Wigan TV earlier this week, the scrum
  14. The former Great Britain captain Jamie Peacock will conduct the draw for the Semi Finals of the 2021 Betfred Challenge Cup on Saturday evening, live on BBC2 during the half time break in the second of the day’s televised Quarter Finals, between Castleford Tigers and Salford Red Devils. The Semi Finals will be played on Saturday 5th June, in a triple header kicking off with the Final of the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup (venue and further details to be confirmed next week). Both competitions are at the Quarter Final stage this weekend. The battle to reach the last four of the Betfred
  15. Get the latest on the Wigan Warriors squad ahead of Saturday’s Betfred Challenge Cup Quarter Final against Hull FC (K.O. 2pm) – Brought to you by Assured Screening. Adrian Lam’s men take on the Black and Whites at Leeds’ Emerald Headingley Stadium for a place in the Semi Finals of the historic competition. The fixture, which will be the first of two games played at Emerald Headingley Stadium on Saturday, will be broadcast live on BBC Two, iplayer and the BBC sport website. Team news Winger Dom Manfredi returns to the 21 this week having not featured so far in 2021 due to a hand i
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