A busy week for the Warriors

  • Three games for Wigan Warriors this weekend as the U16s, first team and U19s are all in action.
  • Three teams to play across three consecutive days – starting with the Scholarship side on Thursday.
  • U16s game against St Helens to be streamed live on Wigan TV. Sign-up here.

Wigan Warriors are set for a bumper weekend of Rugby League action with the Under-16s, first team and Under-19s all in action across three consecutive days.

It all starts on Thursday 10th June as the Scholarship Under-16s side face local rivals St Helens at Robin Park Arena. The game will be streamed live on Wigan TV from 7pm. Sign-up here for just £5.99 per month.

Wigan’s Under-16s were last action against Huddersfield Giants at the end of May.

Next up is the first team as Adrian Lam and his side aim to bounce back from the disappointing defeat to Catalans Dragons two weeks ago. The Warriors travel to The John Smith’s Stadium to play Huddersfield Giants on Friday (7:45pm K.O.), with over 600 Wigan fans set to be in attendance.

Adrian Lam and his side will look to bounce back on Friday after losing to Catalans Dragons two weeks ago.

On Saturday, Wigan’s Under-19s are back in action as they face Warrington Wolves in a heavyweight clash in the Academy league. The game takes place at Victoria Park at 12pm as the Warriors look for their fourth consecutive win in 2021.

Wigan’s Under-19s will go into the game against Warrington off the back of a derby win against St Helens at the end of May.

The weekend’s action was scheduled to finish on Sunday with the Women’s team facing St Helens at Victoria Park in Round 4 of the Betfred Women’s Super League, but due to a positive Covid-19 test in the Saints camp, the game has been postponed. A new date for the fixture will be confirmed in due course. Read more here.