Category Archives: Ryan Colclough

Grigg rescues a point as Latics stumble – Colchester United 3 Wigan Athletic 3

Striker Will Grigg saved Wigan’s blushes with a 90th minute equaliser against bottom of the league Colchester in a high scoring draw. Second placed Latics dominated the early play and went ahead through Yanic Wildschut but the U’s equalised through … Continue reading

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Latics in hot pursuit of top spot – Wigan Athletic 3 Bury 0

Wigan Athletic extended their unbeaten run to twelve games and increased the pressure on league leaders Burton Albion as they eased past Bury 3-0 at the DW Stadium. Latics quickly sealed the three points with a scintillating opening 21 minutes. First … Continue reading

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Closing the gap – Wigan Athletic 3 Port Vale 0

Northern Ireland international Will Grigg completed a hat-trick against Port Vale as Wigan closed the gap on the automatic promotion places. Latics went ahead on seven minutes when Yanic Wildchut’s low cross was turned home at close range by Grigg. … Continue reading

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12th Man: Making the case for promotion

The doomsayers were out in force after Latics’ 1-1 draw at bottom club Crewe on Saturday night. The pessimists seem to think that the team had already blown their chances of promotion. However, I think they are very much in … Continue reading

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JPT Dream is alive and kicking – Crewe Alexandra 2 Wigan Athletic 3

Wigan’s dream of a third Football League Trophy success is alive and kicking after they overcame Crewe 3-2 in a roller coaster encounter at the Alexandra Stadium. Latics had previously won the trophy when it was the Freight Rover Trophy … Continue reading

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