Wigan Warriors Team
The Wigan Warriors (aka 'Wigan Warriors') are a based Rugby League team.
Rugby League's World Club Challenge is finally returning to Australia, with the NRL confirming on Monday that premiers the Sydney Roosters will meet Super League champions Wigan in the international showpiece at Allianz Stadium on February 22.
Wigan Warriors announce the signing of backrow forward John Bateman from Bradford Bulls on a three-year contract for seasons 2014, 2015 and 2016 with a further Club option for 2017.
Wigan Warriors announce the signing of Centre Dan Sarginson and Utility Forward Tony Clubb from London Broncos.
Wigan staged the biggest comeback in Grand Final history with a 30-16 win over Warrington and become only the third club to complete the Cup and League double of the summer era and provide Sam Tomkins with a fairytale farewell.
Wests Tigers-bound Pat Richards signed off in perfect style as Wigan Warriors came from behind to beat Warrington 30-16 in the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.
While the NRL Grand Final is being touted as the battle of the beaches, contrasting anecdotes can be aimed at Sunday’s Super League Grand Final combatants the Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves.
Hull Football Club have furthered strengthened their forward line for 2014 with the signing of strong back rower Chris Tuson from the Wigan Warriors on a two-year deal.
Wigan coach Shaun Wane on Monday revealed captain Sean O'Loughlin would go for another scan as he aimed to prove his fitness in time to lead Wigan in Saturday's Super League grand final.
Wigan Warriors are on course to do the double after overpowering reigning Super League champions Leeds Rhinos in a breathless semi-final.
Australian Pat Richards said farewell to the DW Stadium in style as Wigan beat defending champions Leeds 22-12 in the Super League semi-finals on Friday to remain on course for a domestic double.
Wigan might be reeling from the loss of Sam Tomkins but Pat Richards is eyeing one last hurrah before the pair take to the NRL next season.
Top seeds Warrington picked League Shield winners Huddersfield on Sunday for their Super League play-off semi-final.
Wigan Warriors are 80 minutes away from the Grand Final after becoming the first team to beat Super League table-topping Huddersfield Giants at the John Smith's Stadium since May.
It’s the first week of the Super League finals series and Steve Menzies will be hoping to extend his 21 year career by one week when his Catalan Dragons take on Hull FC in their do or die minor semi-final.
The quest for Grand Final glory at Old Trafford on Saturday October 5 steps into overdrive this week with the start of the 2013 Super League play-off series featuring the sport’s eight strongest clubs.
Reigning champions Leeds Rhinos warmed up for a tilt at a third consecutive Super League title by rounding off the regular season in scintillating fashion.
Wigan Warriors announce that former London Broncos Captain and England international, Rob Purdham, will join the Club in an Ambassadorial capacity, promoting Wigan Warriors around Cumbria.
Daniel Holdsworth gained a measure of revenge for Hull FC's defeat to Wigan Warriors in the Challenge Cup final last weekend as the Black and Whites claimed a dramatic last-second win.
Wigan Warriors announce that former player Jordan James will join the Club’s Coaching Staff and work under the guidance of Wales Head of Youth, Dave Clark down in South Wales.
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