Wigan coach Shaun Wane heaped praise on his side after watching them run in 15 tries against Bradford and score 84 points for the second consecutive Easter Monday.
The Warriors, fresh off the back of a convincing win away at St Helens on Good Friday, thrashed the troubled Bulls and, in the process, forced their way into Super League’s top four. If they win their game in hand, they will push Saints into fourth on points difference.
“Their attitude really impressed me over this Easter period,” Wane said.
“I wanted the manner to be good. After 20 minutes we had completed at 100 per cent and we were defending really well.
“After a good win on Friday with such a short turnaround I thought it was really impressive and it was a fantastic win for us. Some of the tries we scored were outstanding.”