- Fixtures & Results
- Live on Sky
- Score Centre
- Boots 'N' All
- Sky Bet
Select a team
Super League: Wigan Warriors crush London Broncos
- Tomkins doubt for Broncos game
- Tomkins hopes to face Broncos
- Anderson: The best team lost
- Salford v Hull KR: Teams
- Coach Wane lays into Tomkins
- Frayssinous 'happy and sad'
- On the charge
- Veivers savours rare victory
Wigan ran in nine tries against London in a 48-18 stroll at the DW Stadium, leaving the Broncos without a point from four games this season.
Josh Charnley and Iain Thornley both grabbed a brace of tries for the Warriors, while there were also scores for Michael McIlorum, Blake Green, Sam Tomkins, Sean O'Loughlin and Pat Richards. Australian wing Richards also kicked six goals.
Wigan took the lead inside two minutes when Thornley touched down in the corner following good work by Richards, Green and Tomkins. The try was converted by Richards for a 6-0 lead.
Wigan extended their lead when Charnley scored for the fourth successive game this season following a swift passing move.
Just as Wigan looked to be taking control they were reduced to 12 men when Tomkins was sent to the sin bin for speaking out of turn to referee Robert Hicks. London made the extra man count as former Wigan winger Liam Colbon went in at the corner, Michael Witt converting to reduce the deficit to 10-6.
Things went from bad to worse for Wigan as Lee Mossop was forced off the field with a serious looking arm injury and moments later London took a surprise lead, as Matty Smith's wayward ball went to ground and it was swooped on by the impressive Craig Gower, who offloaded to Kieran Dixon for the try. Witt added the extras for a 12-10 lead.
Tomkins returned from the bin and almost scored in the corner before hooker McIlorum barged over from acting half-back, Richards making no mistake this time as he converted to put Wigan 16-12 ahead.
London continued to battle, though, and when Green's kick was charged down by Chad Randall the hooker picked up the loose ball to race away and score. Witt again converted as they led 18-16.
Wigan responded almost immediately as skipper O'Loughlin powered his way over from close range and with Richards converting they led by four points at half-time.
Wigan opened up the second half like the first with a try for Tomkins. O'Loughlin linked well with Smith and Green before the full-back charged into the line to go over unopposed.
Richards was off target with the conversion but he then found himself on the end of another sweet passing move to score Wigan's sixth try, which he also converted to make it 32-18.
It was now London's turn to defend with 12 men as referee Hicks sent Matt Cook to the sin bin for lying on in the tackle.
Wigan finally put the game to bed in the 62nd minute when Tomkins broke a tackle in midfield and raced away, before sending Green over for his first try in a Warriors shirt. Richards added the extras to make it 38-18.
Wigan were now in cruise control and Charnley scored his second try of the game with 14 minutes remaining before Thornley crossed once more to complete the win.
Sky Bet Odds:Click Here for Your Free Bet
Super League Table
|9||Hull K R||21||18|
|10||Salford Red Devils||21||17|
|13||Bradford Bulls *||21||2|
|Thursday 24th July|
|20:00||Hull vs Castleford|
|Friday 25th July|
|20:00||Salford vs Leeds|
|20:00||St Helens vs Widnes|
|Saturday 26th July|
|15:00||London Broncos vs Hull K R|
|Sunday 27th July|
|15:00||Bradford vs Wigan|
|15:00||Huddersfield vs Catalan Dragons|
|15:00||Warrington vs Wakefield|
|Thursday 31st July|
|20:00||Wigan vs Salford|
|Friday 1st August|
|20:00||Hull vs St Helens|
|20:00||Leeds vs Bradford|
|Sunday 20th July|
|Hull K R 18 - 38 Salford|
|Huddersfield 52 - 26 Bradford|
|Saturday 19th July|
|Catalan Dragons 40 - 6 Wakefield|
|London Broncos 16 - 58 St Helens|
|Friday 18th July|
|Wigan 56 - 10 Hull|
|Widnes 28 - 14 Warrington|
|Thursday 17th July|
|Leeds 24 - 24 Castleford|
|Sunday 13th July|
|Warrington 72 - 12 London Broncos|
|Saturday 12th July|
|Catalan Dragons 16 - 37 Wigan|
|Salford 35 - 22 Hull|
Read the thoughts and opinions of Stevo with skysports.com