St. Helens  10
Wigan Warriors   30
St. Helens  10
Wigan Warriors   30
DATE
COMPETITION
VENUEATTENDANCE(HT)
31st Aug 2018
Super League
HOME
14061
HT:4-14

1 - Ben Barba

AGE 29
TRIES 0
GOALS 0

3 - Ryan Morgan

AGE 26
TRIES 0
GOALS 0

4 - Mark Percival

AGE 24
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2014 SLGF 2019 SLGF 2021 RLCCF
2021 SLGF

5 - Regan Grace

AGE 21
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2019 SLGF 2020 SLGF 2021 RLCCF
2021 SLGF

6 - Jonny Lomax

AGE 27
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2019 SLGF 2020 SLGF 2021 RLCCF
2021 SLGF

7 - Danny Richardson

AGE 21
TRIES 0
GOALS 1

8 - Luke Douglas

AGE 32
TRIES 0
GOALS 0

10 - Luke Thompson

AGE 23
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2014 SLGF 2019 SLGF

12 - Zeb Taia

AGE 33
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2019 SLGF 2020 SLGF

16 - Jack Ashworth

AGE 23
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2019 SLGF

17 - Matty Lees

AGE 20
TRIES 0
GOALS 0
WINNING HONOURS
2020 SLGF 2021 RLCCF 2021 SLGF

Age in brackets is at time of match - Total average age for this team is 26. - ** non-playing sub


MATCH REPORT


MATCH REPORT : Saints will have to wait another week to secure the League Leaders’ Shield after they went down 30-10 at home to Wigan. A brace from Tommy Makinson either side of the half gave Justin Holbrook’s side hope after being 14-0 and 18-4 down. But the Warriors converted their chances to hand Saints their first derby win of the season. Wigan got off to a good start when Dan Sarginson crossed following Morgan Escare’s break after just four minutes. Both sides then had a try chalked off before James Roby went close in the 20th minute. More chances were to come for the home side but each followed a similar pattern – and Wigan duly punished that profligacy to increase their lead. Joe Greenwood did the damage again, finding a gap on the left hand side to give Gildart some space. The winger looked wrapped up but he found Sarginson on his outside for his second. John Bateman slipped out of tackles for 12-0 as the half came to a close but a piece of brilliance between Danny Richardson and Tommy Makinson as the hooter sounded gave Saints a lifeline. Richardson sent over a pinpoint kick to his winger who out-jumped Gildart, span around and put down in the corner. It went without saying that Saints needed to score first in the second half – so the last thing they needed was for Tom Davies to stretch out under some weak tackling to extend the Warriors’ lead. But Saints hit back with Makinson’s second. Attacking the right hand side LMS hit a pass at pace and produced a wonder offload, under pressure, for his winger. But after Saints lost the ball in Wigan’s 20, Oliver Gildart went the length of the field to take the lead out to 24-10. Sean O’Loughlin then scored after he caught a short pass – Williams converting – to hand Wigan the spoils. Match Summary: Saints: Tries: Makinson (2) Goals: Richardson (1 from 2) Warriors: Tries: Sarginson (2), Bateman, Davies, Gildart, O’Loughlin, Goals: Escare (0 from 2), Williams (3 from 4) Penalties Awarded:









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