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2 St Helens 13 9 0 4 104 18
3 Wigan Warriors 13 8 1 4 133 17
4 Warrington Wolves 13 7 0 6 51 14
5 Castleford Tigers 13 7 0 6 11 14
6 Huddersfield Giants 13 6 1 6 83 13
7 Salford Red Devils 12 5 1 6 -40 11
8 Catalans Dragons 13 5 1 7 -53 11
9 Hull FC 12 5 0 7 -21 10
10 Hull Kingston Rovers 12 5 0 7 -79 10
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1.5.2015 Warriors Run Riot

Wigan Warriors ran in 11 tries as they beat Hull Kingston Rovers 60-0 at the DW ...

1.5.2015 We Just Did Enough To Win - Peet

A satisfied Wigan Warriors under 19's Head Coach Matty Peet felt his team ‘just ...

1.5.2015 Warriors Academy Win In Widnes

Wigan Warriors Academy went four points clear at the top of the under 19's table after ...

1.5.2015 Match Preview - Wigan v Hull KR

Wigan Warriors face Hull Kingston Rovers tonight looking to avenge defeat from earlier ...

1.5.2015 Coral Betting Preview: Wigan v Hull KR

Coral-sponsored Wigan take on Hull KR hoping to keep pressure on ...

1.5.2015 Video Reaction to Hull KR Win

Plenty of video reaction to 60-0 win over Hull KR.

31.3.2015 Vote for Your Coral Try of the Month

Vote for your Wigan Warriors try of the month for March in associtation with ...

27.2.2015 U19s Highlights: Bradford 10 Wigan 14

All the tries from the U19s win at Odsal.

19.2.2015 It's World Club Series Week on Wigan TV

There's plenty to watch on Wigan TV this week ahead of Saturday's World Club Series ...

27.1.2015 Watch Leigh & Saints Games Again

All friendlies available to watch again on Wigan TV.