Aug 14, 2014 at 8pm UK at ​Craven Park
Hull KRHull Kingston Rovers
14-14
Wigan Warriors
Hall (21'), Chan (38'), Cockayne (59')
FT
Sarginson (2'), O'Loughlin (72'), Charnley (80')

Result: Wigan Warriors late show stuns Hull Kingston Rovers

Two late tries from Sean O'Loughlin and Josh Charnley help Wigan Warriors snatch a point from playoff-chasing Hull KR after a 14-14 draw.

Two tries from Sean O'Loughlin and Josh Charnley in the final eight minutes helped Wigan Warriors rescue a dramatic 14-14 draw against Hull Kingston Rovers tonight.

Dan Sarginson got Wigan off to an ideal start by crossing over for a try as early as the second minute, but Matty Smith failed to add the conversion.

The hosts rallied and secured a 10-4 half-time lead, as Craig Hall and Jason Chan touched down to give Hull a six-point advantage at the break.

Chris Chester's side picked up where they left off and moved further ahead on the hour mark, as Ben Cockayne secured what seemed like a comfortable 10-point lead.

However, a converted O'Loughlin try on 72 minutes gave the Warriors a glimmer of hope, before Charnley crossed over in the dying moments to snatch a point from playoff-chasing Hull.

Joe Burgess of Wigan celebrates with team-mates after scoring a try during the Super League match between St Helens and Wigan Warriors at Langtree Park on April 18, 2014
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