Where are they now? Wigan's '95 Premiership trophy winners
It saw the all-conquering Wigan side complete a Grand Slam, having already won the league, Challenge Cup and Regal Trophy.
Leeds had been aiming to avenge their defeat by the Cherry and Whites at Wembley.
But more than 30,000 fans saw Kris Radlinski become the first player to score a hat-trick in a Premiership Final – with Gary Connolly also matching that feat – while Denis Betts, Henry Paul, Martin Hall and Simon Haighton also crossed the whitewash.
The Premiership competition was shelved after 1997 – Wigan were the last winners, a record-equalling sixth in their history – with the Grand Final concept introduced the following season.
But where are the stars of ‘95?
1. Henry Paul - coaches the Canada Sevens team and lives in Dubai.
2. Jason Robinson - the dual-code legend has several business, ambassador and media interests.
3. Kris Radlinski - now oversees Wigan’s operations as the club’s executive director.
4. Gary Connolly - still lives in Wigan, and is employed as a care worker.
5. Martin Offiah - works as a DJ, agent and with an electric car charging point company.
6. Frano Botica - the former dual-code star lives in Auckland where he works as an estate agent.
7. Shaun Edwards - after a U-turn on returning to Wigan, he is now on the coaching staff of the France RU side.
8. Kelvin Skerrett - lives near Castleford and has property/building interests.
9. Martin Hall - lives in Portsmouth but is also director of rugby at Championship side Rochdale and has property interests.
10. Neil Cowie - lives near Charnock Richard and has his own building company.
11. Denis Betts - director of rugby at Newcastle Thunder, also helps his wife run a coffee shop in Newburgh.
12. Andy Farrell - was appointed coach of the Ireland RU team earlier this year.
13. Phil Clarke - has several business interests and has been a long-serving pundit for Sky Sports.
14. Mick Cassidy - back at Wigan Warriors as head of youth, overseeing the production line of junior talent.
15. Simon Haughton - now living in Brisbane, the former forward works as a firefighter.
Coach: Graeme West - living in New Zealand and is retired, though he is hands-on with his own gardening firm.