Rugby League World Cup: How did the Wigan Warriors players perform statistically during the semi-finals?
Wigan Warriors had a number of players in Rugby League World Cup semi-final action across all three competitions.
Both the men’s and the women’s sides were knocked out by Samoa and New Zealand respectively, while the wheelchair team progressed with a huge win over France.
Tom Coyd’s side will now be in semi-final action on Friday evening at Manchester Central, while the others will start their off-season break.
Here is how the Wigan Warriors players performed statistically:
John Bateman (England V Samoa):
John Bateman started in the painful 27-26 golden point defeat to Samoa at the Emirates, and went over for one of England’s tries.
During the game he ran a total of 87 metres, made one tackle break, and had one further try involvement.
He also completed a total of 34 tackles but missed eight.
Mike Cooper (England V Samoa):
Mike Cooper was among the interchanges for the game against Matt Parish’s side, and ran a total of 88 metres.
He made one offload, one tackle break, and 24 tackles, as well as missing four too.
Declan Roberts (England V Wales):
Declan Roberts came off the bench in England’s huge 125-22 victory over Wales.
He scored one of his three goal attempts, claimed a try, and added a late drop-goal, accumulating seven points in total.
As well as this, he covered 45 metres, provided one assist and made five tackles.
Vicky Molyneux (England V New Zealand):
Vicky Molyneux started in England’s 20-6 defeat to New Zealand in York.
In total, she ran 103 metres and made two tackle breaks, as well as completing 27 tackles.