Fifteen pictures of overseas players who have joined Wigan Warriors from a Super League rival

Jackson Hastings, Salford’s Australian halfback, is on his way to the Warriors.

Thursday, 4th July 2019, 5:49 pm
Jackson Hastings. SWpix

Here are 15 overseas players who have joined Wigan from a Super League rival...

Brought in by Brian Noble in 2007 from Leeds, the hooker made 27 appearances during his sole season at the club.
Spent one season with Wigan in 1999 after arriving from St Helens, the former Oldham prop scored one try in 23 appearances for the Warriors.

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The Irishman had the unenviable task of replacing Jason Robinson when he moved from Hull FC for the 2001 season.
A shock capture, given Chris Ashtons form at full-back, the ex-Bradford Bulls favourite was limited to seven matches due to injury.
The young goal-kicking halfback from Catalans, where he was on loan from Canberra, and played a starring role in helping Wigan avoid the relegation trapdoor
A sensation at London Broncos, he joined ahead of 2005 as Adrian Lams replacement but struggled in the No.7 role
The halfback joined from Halifax in 1999 and, although he only played 12 games for Wigan, they include the last match at Central Park and the first at the DW (then JJB)
Joined midway through 2011 from Leeds, having worked with Michael Maguire previously at Melbourne Storm, the prop only figured in five matches.
He arrived as a 22-year-old from London (Harlequins) and has gone on to help write glittering chapters in the clubs history over two stints.
The prop left Wigan a week ago with the record of making more games off the bench for Wigan - 125 out of 132 appearances - than any other
Now in his fourth season with Wigan, Isa moved into the forwards while he was at Widnes having arrived on these shores as an outside back with Castleford.
One of Wigans most astute recent signings, the former Hull KR stand-off shone in the 2013 Grand Final and went on to NRL success
Recruited from London Broncos, the prop spent three years at Wigan and was in the side which won the inaugural Grand Final in 1998
Signed for Shaun Wanes first season in 2012, he made 28 appearances but left early the following season, later admitting he battled with depression.
One of Maurice Lindsays first signings when he returned for the 2000 campaign, the former Gateshead halfback had a bright season with Wigan