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New Zealand Warriors
Wigan Warriors
12 February 14
KO 19:30
22 v 46
Waikato Stadium
Last 3 Matches
07/09/2013 St 19-10 New
31/08/2013 New 50-16 Canberra
Danger Men
Tries Manu Vatuvei 9
Points Shaun Johnson 75
Goals Shaun Johnson 31
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 1
Total Wins 0
Total Losses 1
Total Draws 0
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win vs
Won By
Heaviest Defeat New vs Wigan
Lost By -24
Last 3 Matches
07/02/2014 Wigan 8-24 Huddersfield
31/01/2014 StHelens 16-28 Wigan
Danger Men
Tries Joe Burgess 20
Points Matty Smith 132
Goals Matty Smith 59
Tournament Record
Total Games Played 7
Total Wins 4
Total Losses 3
Total Draws 0
Average Points For 0
Average Points Against 0
Biggest Win Wigan vs London
Won By 48
Heaviest Defeat Wigan vs Workington
Lost By -18