Joe Burgess double sinks Saints as Wigan Warriors seal derby victory

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From Super League Grand Final wins to lifting the Challenge Cup at Wembley, St Helens fans have had better weeks. After first-team coach Keiron Cunningham was sacked on Monday, they needed a reaction against Wigan. A spirited performance was there but the result was not as their arch-rivals ran out 29-18 winners at the DW Stadium. Saints’ cause was not helped after Kyle Amor’s red card for a high tackle on Liam Marshall left them a man short just 12 minutes into the encounter. ‘It just wasn’t a red card,’ protested Saints caretaker boss Jamahl Lolesi. ‘We didn’t get lots of other calls… read more Related news Daily Mail , today, 00:18 in Sport Wigan Warriors star Sam Tomkins could miss another two months with injury
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