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Super League: Adrian Lam hails Wigan Warriors’ winning performance against Wakefield Trinity |  Rugby League News


Wigan Lam’s head coach was impressed with what he saw for his side as they secured three straight wins; “I thought the first 60 minutes was as good as we have been this year,” he said.

Last updated: 23/07/21 23:19

Jake Bibby and Willie Isa celebrate try in Wigan’s win over Wakefield

Adrian Lam rated the Wigan Warriors’ performance in their 25-12 Super League win over Wakefield Trinity to be the best they’ve produced all season.

The Warriors were leading 9-0 at halftime with Jake Bibby grabbing a pair of tries, while three more downs after the break – one for Bibby and one for Joe Shorrocks and Liam Marshall – led them 25-0.

The Warriors then seemed to ease off the gas and allowed Trinity to score two late tries, but Lam was not at all worried about that.

Super League: Adrian Lam hails Wigan Warriors’ winning performance against Wakefield Trinity |  Rugby League News

Hastings masterclass prepares for Wigan’s victory

Jackson Hastings played for Wigan as they earned three straight Super League wins in a 25-12 win over Wakefield.

“I thought the first 60 minutes was as good as we have been this year,” Lam said. “There was a 20 minute period there when we got back to who we want to be as a team. It’s the first sign we’ve had all year.

“The last 15 minutes, I’m not going to take that into account. I had all of our substitutes and had rested as many players as possible, so we were a little out of sync at the end.”

Super League: Adrian Lam hails Wigan Warriors’ winning performance against Wakefield Trinity |  Rugby League News

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Highlights as Jackson Hastings masterclass secures Wigan Warriors’ third straight win over Wakefield Trinity

Highlights as Jackson Hastings masterclass secures Wigan Warriors’ third straight win over Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield coach Chris Chester admitted it was a frustrating night for his team.

Although he has been upset with some of the individual performances of his senior players, he believes the effort is well and truly there, but they have to be a lot smarter if they are to have more wins this season.

Super League: Adrian Lam hails Wigan Warriors’ winning performance against Wakefield Trinity |  Rugby League News

Wakefield head coach Chris Chester was frustrated with the slow start to his team’s second half

“I thought it was a tie game in the first half, I didn’t think there was a lot between the two teams to be honest,” Chester said. “The difference tonight was the guy in the back (Jackson Hastings). He gave us a lot of trouble.

“I’m really disappointed with the start of this second half. I don’t think Wigan did anything great, I just think (we had) some post-half errors from some players. seniors This is what is really disappointed.

“We touched the ball once in nine sets and they went on to score three tries on that mistake.

“It was disappointing. We played more directly in the second half of this second half. We’re just a really frustrated group at the moment.”

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