Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

More to Come Says Wigan Boss

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

More to Come Says Wigan Boss

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COACH Shaun Wane was delighted with Wigan's 16-10 win at Wakefield, but was disappointed with the performance of his side.

A late try from in-form rookie winger Liam Marshall secured victory for Warriors, who were never behind.

Wane decided against resting his captain Sean O'Loughlin, who opened the scoring when he powered his way over for a sixth-minute try. Full-back Morgan Escare added another while Wigan were down to 12 men with centre Anthony Gelling in the sin-bin for a dangerous tackle, but they could never pull clear of their tenacious hosts until Marshall collected a deflected pass from George Williams to score his ninth try in just seven Super League appearances.

"We had 50 per cent completion in the first half and there is no way you can a win game like that but we fixed it up in the second half," Wane added. …

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