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Super League: St Helens Saints 14 - 33 Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors' Liam Farrell is congratulated by his teammates after scoring a try during the First Utility Super League match Credit: Press Association

Reigning champions Wigan turned on the style to end the 100 per cent First Utility Super League record of rivals St Helens in a Good Friday derby of pure quality in front of a sell-out Langtree Park crowd of 17,980.

Wigan Warriors' Liam Farrell celebrates as he runs over to score a try during the at Langtree Park, St Helens. Credit: Press Association

England second-rower Liam Farrell produced two devastating finishes to score two of the Warriors' five tries and former St Helens scrum-half Matty Smith kicked six goals and a drop goal in a 33-14 victory, Wigan's fifth in a row that takes them to within four points of their table-topping rivals.



Warrior fans take over Sydney as the team get inspired

As Wigan's 'Cherry and White Army' takes to the streets of Sydney, the players look back at former glory moments in hope to inspire yet another milestone victory for the club.

After dominating in Europe, Wigan want to become the best team in the world.

Standing in their way of taking that title though are the Sydney Roosters who they face in the World Club Challenge.

It's the first time in twenty years that the clash of the champions has been held in Australia.

The Warriors maybe playing away from home but as our Sport Correspondent Chris Hall has been finding out they've got plenty of support down under.

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