Clubb Man

Clubb Man

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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