Ten more players who represented both Wigan Warriors and Parramatta Eels

Following Bevan French's arrival at Wigan from Parramatta yesterday, we trawled the archives for pictures of 10 other players who have figured for both clubs.

Thursday, 1st August 2019, 6:54 am
Updated Thursday, 1st August 2019, 7:54 am
Bevan French has moved to Wigan from Parramatta

From Brett Kenny to Brett Finch, there have been some star performers... as well as a couple who didn't do as well as hoped...

He finished his career this year at prop with Wigan but the 31-year-old played mainly as a winger after bursting through at Parramatta in 2008.
The 32-year-old New Zealand Warriors halfback started his professional career with Parramatta in 2007 and went on to play for seven other clubs, including Wigan from 2013-14.

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The props sole season in the NRL was bookended by serious injuries, limiting him to three games with the Eels in 2014 before he returned to Wigan.
Before winning silverware with Wests and Wigan - where he spent seven seasons - the winger with the mighty boot had four years in the Blue and Gold.
The chirpy stand-off spent three years at the Eels from 2007 and later joined Wigan on a two year deal, winning the 2011 Challenge Cup in his debut season.
The hooker affectionately known as Piggy joined Wigan from the Eels before the 2009 campaign and won a Grand Final the year later.
The Kiwi centre spent three years at Wigan from 2004 but was never able to replicate the form he showed during six years at Parramatta.
The lively halfback started his career at Parramatta and then thrived at London, but struggled in a poor Wigan side in 2005 and was released early the following year.
The Zip Zip Man is a Parramatta legend who had a guest stint with Wigan in 1985-86. Here he is pictured with Shaun Wane during a visit in 2009.
The silkiest of stand-offs, this Eels great had one season at Central Park and is synonymous with his performance in the epic 1985 Challenge Cup final (above, with Peter Sterling)