Adrian Lam

Eleven of Adrian Lam's Wigan Warriors team-mates who also went into coaching

Adrian Lam, who is staying on as Wigan coach in 2020, spent four years at the club as a player from 2001 to '04.


Here are 11 of his Warriors team-mates who also entered the coaching ranks.

Orr played alongside Lam during the 2004 season. Since hanging up the boots he was appointed the assistant coach of Castleford, a position that he remains at.

1. Danny Orr

Orr played alongside Lam during the 2004 season. Since hanging up the boots he was appointed the assistant coach of Castleford, a position that he remains at.
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The prop was part of the 2002 Challenge Cup winning squad and left Wigan in 2004. Smith has been on the coaching staff for the Under-20s side at Newcastle Knights.

2. Craig Smith

The prop was part of the 2002 Challenge Cup winning squad and left Wigan in 2004. Smith has been on the coaching staff for the Under-20s side at Newcastle Knights.
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Hodgson signed for Wigan a year before Lam did, and they both left the club in 2004. Following his retirement, he was appointed as assistant coach as Hull KR.

3. David Hodgson

Hodgson signed for Wigan a year before Lam did, and they both left the club in 2004. Following his retirement, he was appointed as assistant coach as Hull KR.
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Pongia played in the 2003 Grand Final loss to Bradford and later worked as a personal trainer in the Wigan area before becoming strength and conditioning coach for the Canberra Raiders. He was the wellbeing officer for Manly until his untimely death this year.

4. Quentin Pongia

Pongia played in the 2003 Grand Final loss to Bradford and later worked as a personal trainer in the Wigan area before becoming strength and conditioning coach for the Canberra Raiders. He was the wellbeing officer for Manly until his untimely death this year.
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