- This week on Wigan TV we turn our attention to the 1989-90 season when Wigan won the treble.
- Watch games every day on Wigan TV including the 1990 Challenge Cup Final on Facebook on Friday as part of Warriors Rewind.
- Jump into the Wigan TV match archive for more classic matches.
This week on Wigan TV, in partnership with Principal Partner Prestone, we are showing classic games from the 1989-90 season when Wigan won the treble.
With John Monie in charge, Wigan went on to lift the Regal Trophy, Challenge Cup and the league title.
Over the next five days, we will upload a selection of classic encounters during the year to watch on Wigan TV.
Subscribers will be able to watch highlights and the full games with one upload guaranteed each day on the homepage.
We kick the week off with the third game of the league season in September 1989, as Wigan travelled to The Willows to face Salford. The visitors came out on top with a thumping 12-56 victory.
Watch highlights and the full game on Wigan TV by clicking HERE!
Also this week on Friday at 6pm, as part of our Warriors Rewind series and presented by Principal Partner Prestone, we will be ‘live’ streaming the 1990 Challenge Cup Final 36-14 win over Warrington at Wembley.
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 1990-91, 1995-96, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2013, as well as The Lammy Years, Magic from Magic classics and all four World Club Challenge wins.
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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