A good athlete with speed, power and aerobic endurance; Douglas has shown great individual hard work and a desire to learn and improve which sees him feature in the first team set-up.
Douglas has progressed through the Warriors Scholarship and Academy system since 2019. In his first season, he suffered a broken collarbone and his second season in 2020 was out of action due to the pandemic.
The winger was a consistent starter for the Wigan Academy side in 2021, as well as the Reserves and Academy teams in 2022. He also featured in Wigan’s 42-12 pre-season win over Newcastle Thunder in 2022.
In 2023, Douglas was promoted to the first team set-up and completed pre-season with the Warriors. He suffered an injury early in the season, but returned to Reserves action against London Broncos, scoring four tries and featured to help Wigan to another Reserves Grand Final victory (2023).
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