Wigan Warriors fans vote for their favourite Shaun Wane highlight – and some were quite a surprise

Shaun Wane addresses his players after the 2013 Grand Final win
Shaun Wane addresses his players after the 2013 Grand Final win

We asked fans to pick their favourite achievement from Shaun Wane’s time as Wigan coach – here is how they voted...

1. 2013 Grand Final: Wigan roared back from 16-2 down to send Pat Richards off with a 30-16 triumph in the decider.

Oliver Gildart enjoys Grand Final glory in 2016

Oliver Gildart enjoys Grand Final glory in 2016

2. 2017 World Club Challenge: Joe Burgess’s hat-trick fired Wigan to a 22-6 win against Cronulla to win Wigan’s record fourth WCC title, and first since 1994.

3. 2016 Grand Final: An injury-ravaged season finished with Wigan beating Warrington 12-6 at Old Trafford for the Super League title.

4. 2018 Grand Final: The Warriors boss bowed out of his hometown club with an emotionally-charged 12-4 victory over Warrington.

5. Great Good Fridays: Home or away, Wane won six of his seven Good Friday derbies until this year - an incredible feat.

6. 2013 Challenge Cup Final: Wane’s only Wembley victory in his seven years as head coach - a 16-0 win against Hull FC.

7. Super-8s run: Wigan became the first - and given the concept’s scrapping, the only - team to win all seven of their Super-8s matches.

8. 2012 League leaders’ shield: Wigan finished in No.1 spot after a blazing campaign which included a 50-8 victory at Headingley.

9. Magical Magic Weekends: Wane was unbeaten in seven ‘on the road’ Magic Weekend showdowns, winning six and drawing one.

10. Record away days: Incredibly, Wane enjoyed 84-6 wins on successive Easter Mondays (‘13 v Hull KR, ‘14 v Bradford) - record league wins for the club.