- This week on Wigan TV we have been focusing on the Magic Weekend.
- Wigan fans have the chance to vote for which classic ‘Magic from Magic’ game they want to see ‘live’ on Friday as part of Warriors Rewind.
- Scroll down to vote from the four options.
As part of Warriors Rewind this week we will be streaming a classic match from the past 13 years of the Magic Weekend and we’re giving Wigan fans the chance to vote for which one they want to see ‘live’ on Friday.
In partnership with Principal Partner Prestone, by Friday, in total – there will be ten classic ‘Magic from Magic’ matches uploaded to the Wigan TV homepage for subscribers to enjoy in highlight and the full game form.
On Friday at 5pm, we will be ‘live’ streaming one of the games as part of our Warriors Rewind series on our Official Facebook Page.
Warriors fans have the chance to vote on our poll to decide which game will be shown. There are four options – to match with the four different teams Wigan have played over the past 13 years at the annual event (Huddersfield Giants, St Helens, Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves).
Once the poll has ended, we will then ‘live’ stream the full 80 minutes of the game which has the majority vote. Please note the poll will end on Friday 8th May at 1pm.
What you waiting for? VOTE below!
In addition to this week’s rewind feature, watch hour upon hour of classic match action spanning back through several decades on Wigan TV! In the past few weeks during these difficult times, we have uploaded hours of matches from the 1995-96, 2006, 2007 and 1990-91 seasons, as well as The Lammy Years!
Whether it’s the chance to re-live the days of Shaun Edwards, Andy Farrell, Martin Offiah and Jason Robinson, or just the chance to smile at some of the amazing scores we’ve seen already this season from the likes of Bevan French, Jackson Hastings and Liam Marshall, it’s all there when you want it on Wigan TV.
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