Tony Clubb praised the Wigan youngsters who have helped continue the team’s unbeaten start to the season.
The Warriors beat Leigh and Warrington in recent weeks to maintain their 100% record handing debuts to Liam Marshall, Liam Forsyth and Romain Navarrete in the process.
Writing in his latest bi-weekly Clubb Man blog, the Warriors prop forward said: “We lost a few boys against Leigh, and it’s always tough losing big players, but we’ve become accustomed to that over the past few years. Luckily the injuries aren’t long-term, we’re talking weeks rather than months. On the other hand, the people we have filling in will do a good job. They’re great kids, good players and it’s a good opportunity for them to show what they have to offer.
“That showed against Warrington on Thursday. Liam Marshall got four tries on his second appearance, Brucey (Liam Forsyth) had a good run out and Jack Wells too. That kind of experience will be massive for them and it’ll a proud moment for them and their families. We were happy for the new boys too, we’ve seen what they can do in pre-season and it was great for them to come in and help us out in such a big way. We have such a good production line, it definitely won’t be the last of the debuts this year.”
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