Warriors Crush Underperforming Giants


Wigan would take just 2 minutes to open the scoring, Tom Davies sailing in to give the Warriors the dream start, adding the extras to make it 6-0. it wouldn't stay that way for long as Jermaine McGilvary would intercept and race 60 metres downfield to score for the Giants, Danny Brough unable to add the extras and the score sitting at 6-4 Wigan.

Sam Tomkins would set a perfect kick through for Tom Davies to grab his second of the game, Wigan well and truly starting to find their rhythm with just 20 minutes gone, Wigan stretching the lead to 12-4 with the successful conversion. Ill discipline would cost the Giants, back to back penalties would put Huddersfield on their own line, Oliver Gildart scoring down the left after linking up with George Williams to score.

Jermaine McGilvary would give away a penalty for a high shot, this would once more set Wigan in attack mode and Joe Burgess would be on the receiving end of another brilliant George Williams pass, Sam Tomkins adding the extras to make it 22-4 to the Warriors with 10 minutes of the half left. The Warriors weren't quite finished yet, Tomins chipping over the top for himself but was obstructed, however, John Bateman was the fastest to react and scores with 2 minutes of the half left to play, Tomkins unable to convert to leave the score 28-4 going into the half.
The Warriors would force Huddersfield to defend back to back sets on their own line for almost 10 minutes, on the third time of asking the Giants line would finally succumb to the pressure, George Williams grabbing a well deserved try to push Wigan further ahead, Tomkins once more adding the extras to give Wigan a 34-4 lead with 30 minutes left to play.

Ryan Sutton would be the next player to join the long list of scorers, the front rower carrying two defenders over with him but it's still not enough to deny him, Morgan Escare taking over kicking and adding the two points on offer to give Wigan a 40-4 lead. The Warriors were out to put a cricket score on the Giants, once more forcing repeat sets and Willie Isa hitting a flat pass to crash over, Escare missing the kick and Wigan holding a 44-4 lead.

Hinchcliffe would salvage some Giants pride, a Danny Brough kick deflecting kindly for him and he strolled over untouched, Brough adding the extras to send the score to 44-10 with 7 minutes to play. The Warriors were determined to have the last word, Joe Burgess linking up with his inside men and then regathering to grab his second of the game and finish off another miserable night for the Giants, final score 48-10.


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