Wigan win Super League title to give Wane ideal send-off

Wigan Warriors give Shaun Wane grand finale with win over Warrington Wolves

Wigan Warriors Coach Shaun Wane Crowd Surfs After Super League Grand Final Win Over Warrington

Kevin Brown is likely to be a key figure in Warrington's bid to lift the Grand Final crown at Old Trafford on Saturday - and hoping to topple the club which gave him his big break in Rugby League.

However, scores from Dom Manfredi and Tom Davies before the break shifted the match in Wigan's favour and Manfredi squeezed over in the corner with two minutes left to wrap up the win and give Wane a ideal swansong.

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While Warrington failed at the final hurdle, Price paid tribute to their opponents' resilience.

'So I think we've got to be proud with how far we've come as a team and as a squad in the past 12 months.

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"We wouldn't be here otherwise and that's the same for Wigan. We threw everything at them and sometimes it doesn't go your way". Shaun Wane, who signed forms as a 14-year-old at Wigan 40 years ago, masterminded one last triumph for his beloved hometown club before riding off into the sunset.

'And, even with the way we started this year, if you had said to people in early March that Warrington Wolves would be Challenge Cup finalists, top four in Super League and Grand Finalists, they would have laughed you off the park.

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Meanwhile, Wigan coach Shaun Wane had the flawless send-off as they wrapped up their 22nd English title.

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