WIGAN prop Craig Smith has extended his contract at the JJB Stadium until the end of 2004.
The New Zealand international was brought to the club to replace Neil Cowie and played a key role for the Warriors last season.
WIGAN Full Back Kris Radlinski has been given the news he has been waiting for, he has been given the all clear on his wrist tendon injury.
WIGAN Warriors host Halifax in the Tetley's Super League at the JJB Stadium on Sunday afternoon (10th August) with a 3pm kick off.
WIGAN Coach Mike Gregory has announced the following squad for his first game in charge on Sunday for the trip to Warrington Wolves 3pm in Tetley's Super League -
WIGAN Warriors look set to be without star Scrum Half Adrian Lam for up to three weeks due to an ankle injury. Adrian hobbled off during Sundays 18-16 win at Wilderspool and will see a further specialist about the problem.
WIGAN Forward Ricky Bibey has today joined Leigh Centurions on a months loan.
THE Wigan Club has announced that their Head Coach, Stuart Raper, indicated that he would be returning home to Australia at the end of this Super League season.
WIGAN Warriors Coach Stuart Raper has announced an unchanged 17 for Saturday's home Tetley's Super League clash against Widnes Vikings 6.05pm KO.
Shaun Briscoe, Brian Carney, Martin Aspinwall, Sean O'Loughlin, David Hodgson, Nick Graham, Adrian Lam, Terry O'Connor, Terry Newton, Craig Smith, Mick Cassidy, Danny Tickle, Andrew Farrell
WIGAN Warriors Coach Stuart Raper has announced the following line-up for Friday's Tetley's Super League clash away to the London Broncos at 8pm -
WIGAN Warriors play Halifax twice in the Tetley's Super League in the month of August and both the game at the JJB Stadium and at The Shay have been pushed forward to the Sunday afternoons.