In pictures: Wigan Warriors stars who have graced the NRL

John Bateman made a stunning NRL debut for Canberra Raiders last weekend,

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 1:03 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 2:13 pm
Sam Tomkins

Niall Concannon takes a look at previous Warriors who have made the switch

The forward signed for Wests Tigers from Wigan in 2009 and played 21 times for the club before moving on to St Helens.
The full back moved to New Zealand Warriors for a world record fee in 2014. He featured 37 times for the club, scoring 14 tries

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In 2006 Carney signed for Newcastle Knights, scoring 16 times in 26 appearances
The prop moved to Parramatta Eels in 2014 but featured only three times after suffering a shoulder injury that sidelined for the season
In 2009 Russell agreed a two-year deal with Gold Coast Titans, but did not feature once for the side, and returned to England a year later
The centre moved to Gold Coast Titans in 2017, but featured only six times for the NRL club due to knee and shoulder injuries
The winger moved to Sydney Roosters in 2016, scoring twice on his debut. Halfway through that season he completed a mid-season loan to South Sydney Rabbitohs
The 25-year-old made his debut for Canberra Raiders last weekend, and was hailed world-class after making 36 tackles, 150 metres and three tackle busts
The prop also made his debut for the Raiders at the weekend, coming off the bench to face the Titans