Wigan interim head coach Adrian Lam says he is exhausted after watching the Super League champions end their losing run, a day after witnessing his son make his NRL debut for Sydney Roosters.
The Warriors eased the pressure on their boss with a 30-22 victory over Salford at the AJ Bell Stadium, where England stand-off George Williams scored a hat-trick of tries.
It completed a memorable 24 hours for the former Papua New Guinea international, whose 20-year-old son Lachlan helped his old club to a 26-18 win over Manly.
"It's been an emotional week," he said. "I'm exhausted now purely off the back of the win today and Lachlan making his debut yesterday.
"It was a pretty special moment and I've just got make sure I don't get emotional because they're all bagging me for being an emotional father.
"I'm just proud of him and happy that he played well. He set up a try and defended really great. It's been a childhood dream of his to wear the red, white and blue."