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davewigan



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 11:32 am    Post subject: Wigan vs Saints Reply with quote

first big derby game three days off

less than 750 tickets remaining for the second sell out against Wigan and saints

should be a great match lets hope for the right result

A WIGAN WIN
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goodness me, something we can agree on Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2007 3:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wigan Warriors today confirmed that all seats have now been sold for the Good Friday match with St Helens at the JJB Stadium, kick off 5.05pm.

Chairman Maurice Lindsay said,

"It is a tribute to both sets of fans and the Wigan club marketing staff that the game has sold out so early. We have sold out before but only on the day of the game itself. This time the interest has been phenomenal and we have put up the house full notice to advise everyone that there are no tickets left."

Marketing Executive Simon Collinson said,

"We've actually set the limit at 24,028 this time as the local authority require a reduction when seats are sold on an unreserved basis in the North & Stands. This is to allow freedom of movement on the day."


no new record unfortunatly
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 8:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just hope I can sneek of to the Hockery Brook to watch it.. Not got sky sports.. Sad
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 12:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Warriors ready for war

ON THE WAY BACK: David Vaealiki is set to return for the visit of St Helens tomorrow tea-time


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Brian Noble is planning to roll out all of his heavy artillery for the biggest Super League shoot-out of the season.
The Wigan boss has been able to name a full-strength squad free of injury worries for the sell-out clash with St Helens tomorrow (kick-off 5.05pm).
And Noble is set to ring the changes for what he admits is his team's biggest ask of the year so far.
Kiwi centre David Vaealiki is poised to step back up into the threequarter line after missing last week's hard-fought cup win at Widnes with an ankle injury.

And Michael Withers is also back in the frame after missing the last three games with rib cartilage damage.
Noble said: "Everyone is fit which is good news and there will be a couple of changes to the side that beat Widnes.
"It's good to be choosing from a full-strength squad and that is encouraging news because this game is a tough ask for everybody.
"I might not have said so a few years ago, but now I accept that a Wigan and St Helens game is the biggest derby game in the sport."

With St Helens boss Daniel Anderson of the opinion that tomorrow's game is going to be 'brutal', Noble has warned his players that they can't
afford the defensive lapses that have taken the shine off recent performances against Vikings and Hull, two late tries conceded at the end of both encounters.
He added: "We did get a couple of freakish bounces, but we need the full 80-minute performance in a game that is going to be full of traditional intensity from the word go right to the end.

"These are the world champions, the best club side in the world, and we won't get a minute off.
"But we're up for it and will be ready."
Saints coach Daniel Anderson has included skipper Paul Sculthorpe after injury, but is without long-term casualty Jason Hooper
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davewigan



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yes disco we where robbed Shocked

saints where worther winners but we have got leeds on tuesday so plenty to look forward to Wink
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