Wigan Warriors are through to the Super League Grand Final after beating Leeds Rhinos 22-12.
Wigan Warriors have secured a place in the Super League Grand Final, beating last year's champions Leeds Rhinos 22-12 this evening.
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Benjamin Jones-Bishop thought that he had got Leeds off to a strong start when he went over inside the opening two minutes, but the video referee ruled it out.
The home side responded to the Rhinos' strong start, and took the lead four minutes later through Iain Thornely with the only points of the first half.
Joel Moon quickly brought the visitors level at the start of the second half, but two tries in five minutes from Liam Farrell and Darrell Goulding allowed the Warriors to take control of the match.
Josh Charnley sealed the win for Wigan eight minutes from full time with the hosts' fourth try of the night, despite late pressure from Moon resulting in Liam Sutcliffe adding a score for Leeds.
Wigan will play Warrington Wolves in the Grand Final at Old Trafford next Saturday.
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