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2013 Super League and Challenge Cup winners Wigan Warriors announce their 2014 Squad Numbers with 23 of the 38 named coming through the Club's highly-acclaimed Youth Development System. In addition, a number of young Wigan-Trained players have moved up the squad list following the departure of Sam Tomkins, Pat Richards, Lee Mossop and Chris Tuson.

New Full Back signing Matty Bowen has been given squad number 1 as a direct replacement for Sam Tomkins while other new editions Eddy Pettybourne, Dan Sarginson, Tony Clubb and John Batemen will wear numbers 22, 23, 24 and 25 respectively. The Warriors other new recruit for 2014, Sam Hopkins, has been given squad number 29.

Elsewhere Anthony Gelling has been given squad number 5 while Scott Taylor, Ben Flower, Logan Tomkins, Gil Dudson and Dom Crosby have been rewarded for their performances last year by moving up the list. Wigan Warriors have also given First Team squad numbers to youngsters Connor Farrell, Ryan Sutton and Ben Austin after the trio all impressed in the Under 19's successful season.

Wigan Warriors loyal fans will retain squad number 18 in recognition of the role they play supporting the team.

Speaking about the 2014 Squad List, Head Coach Shaun Wane said,

"Squad numbers are always eagerly anticipated by the fans. I always base them on performance from the previous season together with the potential the Coaching Staff see in individuals for the year ahead. Squad numbers do not guarantee places in the side and all the players know they will have to continue to work hard both in pre-season and throughout the year to make the team. I am excited about the season ahead and think we have an excellent squad to build on our successes of 2013."

The release of squad numbers come ahead of this evening's exciting launch of the new 2014 home and away kits at a free event, which is open to all Warriors fans. This takes place in the Grand Arcade in Wigan Town Centre outside Warriors World at 6.30pm , with shirts available to buy for the first time.

Wigan Warriors 2014 Squad Numbers

1. Matty Bowen
2. Josh Charnley
3. Darrell Goulding
4. Iain Thornley
5. Anthony Gelling*
6. Blake Green
7. Matty Smith
8. Scott Taylor*
9. Michael McIlorum
10. Ben Flower*
11. Harrison Hansen
12. Liam Farrell
13. Sean O'Loughlin
14. Jack Hughes*
15. Logan Tomkins*
16. Gil Dudson *
17. Dom Crosby *
18. Warriors Fans
19. Sam Powell*
20. Greg Burke*
21. Andy Powell*
22. Eddy Pettybourne
23. Dan Sarginson
24. Tony Clubb
25. John Bateman
26. Ryan Hampshire*
27. George Williams*
28. Rhodri Lloyd*
29. Sam Hopkins
30. Epalahame Lauaki*
31. Dom Manfredi*
32. Joe Burgess*
33. James Greenwood
34. Lewis Tierney*
35. Rob Lever*
36. Connor Farrell
37. Ryan Sutton
38. Ben Austin
39. Jack Murphy*

*Change in Squad Number from 2013

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