Warriors Reserves

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Wrap up the regular season undefeated with an away win at Warrington.

Congrats to the (mainly) young team :D :D :D

Not sure if there are playoffs etc?
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Yes there are playoffs for both Reserves and Academy.
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Wakefield beat Leeds today and according to the report they will play Wigan in the Grand Final
believed to be on Saturday 17th September but don’t know the venue.
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Thanks for the info, Green Machine.
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widdenoldboy wrote: Sat Sep 03, 2022 1:43 pm Wrap up the regular season undefeated with an away win at Warrington.

Congrats to the (mainly) young team :D :D :D

Not sure if there are playoffs etc?
Well done to the young lads.
Hopefully we will see them in the first team In the future
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Reserves Grand Final

Sunday 18/09/2022
12:00
Wigan Warriors
v
Wakefield Trinity
Robin Park Arena

https://www.wiganwarriors.com/fixtures/under-19s
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Wigan v Wakefield Reserves in Grand Final

Wigan Warriors will play Wakefield Trinity in the Reserves Grand Final at Robin Park Arena.

Robin Park Arena will be open with a Fan Village for supporters to come down and watch the Final.

Warriors Academy will also play a Play-Off game on Tuesday evening.

After finishing top of the Reserves league, Wigan Warriors will host Wakefield Trinity in the Reserves Grand Final on Sunday 18th September (12pm K.O.) whilst the Warriors Academy face Bradford in a Play-Off game on Tuesday 13th September (7pm K.O.).

Academy Play-Off

Wigan Warriors Academy will face Bradford Bulls in a Play-Off game at Wigan St Judes on Tuesday 13th September, 7pm K.O.

Fans can cheer on the Cherry and Whites for free but any donations to Wigan St Judes are greatly appreciated. Half time and full time updates will be available on our social media pages.


Reserves Grand Final

Wigan Warriors Reserves have been in fine form in 2022, winning all 13 games and sitting eight points clear at the top of the table.

The Grand Final is set to take place at Robin Park Arena this Sunday (12pm K.O.) as the Warriors take on Wakefield Trinity for the chance to be crowned Champions. We will also be running a matchday Fan Village on the day, so spectators can make the most of the afternoon.

Here is what you can expect at Robin Park Arena:

Based in the indoor running track, the Fan Village will be open from 10:30am

Club Store open

Refreshments are available from our Kingfisher Bar both inside and outside

Fans can come and cheer on the Cherry and Whites in their Grand Final at Robin Park Arena with tickets costing £5 for Adults and £3 for U16s and OAPs.

Please note that season tickets do not apply for this fixture. Half time and full time updates will be available on our social media pages.

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2022/09/ ... and-final/
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Wakefield Trinity!
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I don't want to mention the result in case anyone wants to watch it on Wigan tv later. But if anybody who watched it or who was at the game today has a few minutes I'd appreciate any comments. In particular, which players look most likely to make an impact on the first team in the future. Thanks in advance.
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