Jul 5, 2014 at 4.40pm UK at ​Twickenham Stoop
London Broncos
Wigan Warriors
Minns (39')
Charnley (16', 33', 68'), Bowen (24'), Bateman (29'), Gelling (46'), Taylor (55'), Dudson (61'), Burgess (77', 78')

Result: Wigan Warriors increase the misery for London Broncos with big win

Josh Charnley of Wigan Warriors gives instructions during the Tetley's Challenge Cup Final between Wigan Warriors and Hull FC at Wembley Stadium on August 24, 2013
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Wigan Warriors crush London Broncos 58-6 to leave the capital side rooted to the bottom of the table.

London Broncos endured another miserable afternoon as Wigan Warriors ran home 10 tries in a comprehensive 58-6 victory at The Hive.

The Broncos have now suffered 19 straight Super League defeats and remain rooted to the bottom of the table.

Josh Charnley scored a hat-trick from the right wing in what was a dominant performance from the reigning Super League champions.

The Broncos defended well in the first quarter of an hour, before Charnley opened the scoring with a smart try on 16 minutes.

Tries from Matty Bowen and John Bateman extended Wigan's lead and Charnley's second of the afternoon made it 22-6 at the interval.

Anthony Gelling, Scott Taylor and Gil Dudson all found the line for the Warriors as they took command of the game, before Charnley completed his hat-trick on 68 minutes.

There was still time for a late cameo from Joe Burgess, who added two further tries from the left wing in the final minutes to complete another miserable afternoon for the Broncos.

Paul Wellens of St Helens in action during the Super League match between Warrington Wolves and St Helens at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on February 13, 2014
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