Wigan Warriors: Here is how the players out on loan have performed throughout May
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Younger members of Matty Peet’s squad either went out on loan to the Championship or spent time with Oldham Roughyeds as part of the dual-registration agreement between the clubs.
Here is how they performed:
Zach Eckersley continued his try-scoring run for Widnes.
The 19-year-old went over in the Vikings’ 11-4 defeat to Batley Bulldogs, to take his Championship tally up to five for the season.
Eckersley also featured in a 30-0 defeat to Featherstone Rovers, but was forced off for a head injury assessment after 25 minutes- which he later failed.
Ramon Silva also picked up game time throughout May, as part of his season-long loan with London Broncos.
The prop featured three times from the bench for the Broncos, who started the month with a narrow 30-28 defeat away to York.
Following that loss, Mike Eccles’ side went on to pick up a 30-16 victory over Barrow Raiders at Plough Lane, before beating Toulouse 14-10 at the Summer Bash.
Harvey Wilson was among the Wigan players to play for Oldham during May, as part of the duel-registration agreement between the two clubs.
The prop was named among the interchanges, and came off the bench to score the Roughyeds’ third try in a 36-16 victory over Cornwall.
Wilson was also involved in Oldham’s 26-26 draw against Dewsbury Rams.
Kieran Tyrer started for the Roughyeds against Cornwall, but was forced to leave the field due to a head knock after 20 minutes.
Harvey Makin was also on the bench against Cornwall.