#1 to watch Gale kick a penalty but the Tigers fell further behind o von corse178 06.09.2019 10:06

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Warriors coach Shaun Wane described his teams 42-14 defeat in the corresponding match last year as the worst day of my coaching life but he was all smiles after they overcame the absence of their injured skipper Sean OLoughlin to hold off a spirited late fightback from the Tigers and secure a precious victory.Castlefords confidence was high following their comprehensive back-to-back wins over Leeds and Warrington and winger Denny Solomona, Super Leagues leading tryscorer, maintained his prolific form by touching down twice to take his total for the season to 20, but it was not enough to prevent a first defeat in four games. Tempers flared between Castleford and Wigan after John Bateman appeared to take a swipe at Adam Milner Wigan made the perfect start, with left winger Josh Charnley taking George Williams pinpoint pass to cross for the first of his two tries after only three minutes, but play quickly swung from end to end to set the pattern for the match.A blockbusting run from forward Grant Millington created the position for full-back Luke Dorn to get makeshift stand-off Paul McShane over for an equalising try and skipper Luke Gale edged the Tigers in front with a penalty on 14 minutes.Solomona then had a try disallowed and Wigan immediately went upfield and regained the lead through full-back Sam Tomkins, who stole the ball from the grasp of Dorn to touch down Matty Smiths grubber kick. Castlefords Jake Webster joined Jon Wells to analyse their defeat to Wigan Solomona made no mistake on 27 minutes when he gathered Gales superb 30-metre pass to dive over for his 19th try of the season to tie the scores.ddddddddddddTempers were frayed throughout and Smith nudged his side back in front five minutes before the break with a penalty after a flare-up and there was controversy on the stroke of half-time.Castleford centre Jake Webster was sin-binned for dissent by referee Ben Thaler after arguing, rather too forcefully, that he ought to have awarded the home side a penalty for offside. All the reaction to Wigans 33-26 win over Castleford in Super League It proved a costly yellow card as Wigan made use of the extra man to score a third try within three minutes of the restart.McShane tracked back to haul down dangerous right winger Dom Manfredi after he counter-attacked from deep but the Wigan man was in the right place to take Oliver Gildarts pass and finish off the next play.Webster returned to the action just in time to watch Gale kick a penalty but the Tigers fell further behind on 54 minutes when the Warriors moved the ball along the line for Charnley to slide over for his second try. Denny Solomona maintained his fantastic try-scoring form with another two touchdowns Smith added his fourth conversion and maintained his 100 per cent record by kicking a second penalty to stretch the visitors lead to 28-14.Webster gave his side renewed hope when he charged through a gap in the Wigan defence on the hour and Gale kicked his fourth goal. Sam Powell slid over for Wigans fifth try with 13 minutes remaining That sparked the Tigers into a furious spell of attack, which had the Wigan defence scrambling, but Wanes men were up to the task and they sealed victory when hooker Sam Powell hacked on a loose ball to touch down for his sides fifth try.Dorn lost the ball going for the line 10 minutes from the end but made amends shortly afterwards by working Solomona over for his second try and, although Gale landed the touchline conversion, Smith finally ended Castlefords hopes with a drop goal. ' ' '

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