Wigan Warriors have 'evolved' attacking style in 2015 - Dorm

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Wigan's rampant right-edge threat

Wigan Warriors have "evolved" their style to get the best out of their array of outside backs, says Castleford full-back Luke Dorn.

Shaun Wane's side showed their attacking prowess in beating Warrington 30-20, including a second treble in as many games for Dom Manfredi.

Anthony Gelling, Sydney Roosters-bound Joe Burgess, Dan Sarginson and Ryan Hampshire have all flourished in 2015.

"Their game has evolved," Dorn told the BBC Super League Show.

"They've had a structured style for a long time, and their player roster has evolved on top of that.

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"Now they're playing a different style of football, they've got some phenomenal edges and they're moving the ball around to utilise that bit of strike too."

Thursday's win against the Wolves highlighted the impressive right-edge combination of Joel Tomkins, Gelling and Manfredi.

The trio combined to produce a magnificent score in the first half, with the back-row/centre pair of Tomkins and Gelling showing sparkling hands.

"They're unbelievable, I think they're the biggest and most athletic strike pairing in Super League," Leeds prop Jamie Peacock added.

"As a winger, it's a good edge to be outside of - they were very skilful in what they did.

"Gelling can be an erratic player but he can pull a good bit of skill out of the top drawer.

"Him and Kallum Watkins have been the two best centres in Super League this year."

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