1 Richie Mathers 2 Mark Calderwood 3 Darrell Goulding 4 George Carmont 5 Pat Richards 6 Trent Barrett 7 Thomas Leuluai 8 Stuart Fielden 9 Mick Higham 10 Iafeta Paleaaesina 11 Gareth Hock 12 Phil Bailey 13 Sean O'Loughlin 14 Liam Colbon 15 Andy Coley 16 Harrison Hansen 17 Mike McIlorum 19 Paul Prescott 20 Karl Pryce 22 Joel Tomkins 23 Ben Kavanagh 24 Eamon O'Carroll 25 Thomas Coyle 26 Nick Stanton 27 Lee Mossop 28 Mark Flanagan 29 Sam Tomkins Well.... Wigan finished the last season strongly with wins against Stains, Bradford & Hull before falling to a terrific Leeds side at Headingly so there are many positives to take into the next season but also a few negatives... Feka is under a 'legal' cloud, Fielden's form was poor, Hock's form was non-existent and I'm not at all convinced by the forward back. On the plus side however Lockers had a very good series against the Kiwi's and Hansen was starting to look the part last season so it's not all doom and gloom. A lot will depend on Barrett (who I thought had a teriffic first season) and hopefully his partnership with Leuluai will kick on even further this season. Mathers is a risk considering his injuries but *could* prove a good investment in the long run and if Pryce can start to punch his weight then maybe returning to League will be the best thing he's done. In all honesty I don't think it's a good enough squad on paper to become champions but stranger things have happened and I go into the next season in good heart. Who knows... maybe the new ownership will make a difference as well and guide the club back to the success it craves? I reckon however it'll take another two seasons at least to build a grand Final winning team.