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// Wane Delighted with Win

Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors ran riot at the DW Stadium on Easter Monday with an 84-6 success over the Bradford Bulls.

Wigan ran in 15 tries with 12 different try scorers and matched their 84-6 success at Hull KR exactly a year ago.

Speaking after the game Head Coach Shaun Wane told the press conference,

"The one session we had and the players were really intense and focussed and I knew we would perform today. The way we turned up I knew they were in the mood, their attitude has really impressed me over this period.

"I was impressed with how we played, our tries, I was also pleased that we defended tough. Some of the tries we scored, the skill level was fantastic. I was happy with the whole game, it has been a good Easter for us.

"We had an enjoyable win on Good Friday and today we scored some fantastic tries. I thought the quality of skill in the tries we scored was really pleasing after making so many changes and seeing some of the young players coming in and they played the same way, the Wigan Way."

On Ryan Sutton who made his debut Shaun added,

"He ran well, it was a great debut for him. He ran the ball strong and he played the way he has played in our 19's and he earned his right for his debut. He had a real good game. Another young player, Rhys Pugsley, a Back Rower from Wales will be making his debut also for us in the next few weeks, he is another exciting one."


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