2. Dom Manfredi


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Position: Winger
Date of birth: 01/10/1993
Heritage number: 1051
Height: 6ft
Weight: 94kg
Previous club: Wigan Academy (Leigh Miners ARLFC)
Representative honours:
Wigan Debut: vs Hull FC (H), wing, lost 33-34 at DW Stadium, 03/08/2013


Super League: 2016, 2018 GFs
Super League Dream Team: 2016
League Leaders’ Shield: 2020


An inspirational Warrior who returned after two years out with injury setbacks to score a brace in the 2018 Grand Final win against Warrington Wolves.

  • Played as a junior for Leigh Miners ARLFC before joining the Wigan Academy at the age of 14.
  • Spent a brief spell on loan at Salford Red Devils in 2014, scoring two tries in his only appearance for the Club
  • Scored back-to-back hat-tricks in April 2015 in Super League wins over Catalans Dragons and Warrington
  • Scored a try in the 2015 Grand Final loss to Leeds Rhinos.
  • Named in the 2016 Super League Dream Team
  • Picked up a knee injury against Castleford in August 2016, which cut short his season and in a run of bad luck he picked up another injury on his return to the Reserves side in August 2017.
  • A pacey winger who has explosive power and a silky technique to beat any defence on their own line, as seen in the victory vs Warrington in September 2018 when he made his comeback with two tries.
  • Signed a new three-year deal with Wigan ahead of the 2019 season.
  • In more bad luck, he suffered another anterior cruciate ligament injury – this time to his other knee as opposed to the previous two injuries, in a defeat to Castleford Tigers in April 2019.
  • In 2020 Manfredi made 11 appearances, scoring three tries across a disjointed season. The winger’s season was cut short through injury, ruling him out of the Play-Offs and the Grand Final vs St Helens.

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