LIVERPOOL St Helens got back on track in the ADM Premier League with a resounding 58-13 win over Wigan.

After an early exchange of penalties, LSH went ahead in the 11th minute when a quickly taken penalty eventually found winger Matty Wood for a score in the corner.

A young and spirited Wigan side showing some early fight, requiring some fine defensive tackling from both LSH wingers, replied with a second penalty five minutes later.

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LSH however, dominated in the loose and another quickly taken penalty led to skipper Paddy Royle roaring through the Wigan defence from 35 yards out, to extend the lead in the 21st minute.

Then, on the stroke of half time came the score that ultimately took the game away from the visitors when hardworking prop Kenny Heywood touched down from close range after strong pressure from the LSH pack.

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The second half saw LSH putting all thoughts of the two recent last minute reversals behind them with unconfirmed reports coming through that Matty Wood had changed his boots during the break.

To the delight of a decent crowd making full use of the newly created viewing terrace, the next two tries were scored by the Cunliffe brothers, modern day legends at Moss Lane.

Dave charged over in typical style for the first, converted by Wood, followed soon after by a passing interchange between the two enabling Matt to sprint over.

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The try of the day came in the 55th minute when Rob Sexton jinked through from 40 yards out before outpacing his pursuers to score, converted by Wood,

Further tries came from Sam Walker, converted, a second from Matt Cunliffe, converted, before, as always seems to happen in such games, Wigan hit back with a fine breakaway burst, The final try came from Chris Hull, converted to make it 58-13.