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Summary

  1. Wigan Warriors beat Hull FC 24-10 in Wollongong, Australia
  2. First ever Super League game to be played outside Europe
  3. Liam Marshall's double helped Wigan into a 12-10 half-time lead
  4. Ryan Sutton and Ben Flower put Wigan on course for victory with second-half tries

Live Reporting

By Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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  2. Read the match report...

    FT: Wigan 24-10 Hull

    Here's how Wigan beat Hull FC in Wollongong...

    Wigan Warriors 24-10 Hull FC

    Wigan Warriors v Hull FC

    Wigan Warriors claim a historic win over Hull FC in the first Super League match to be played outside Europe.

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    FT: Wigan 24-10 Hull

    The two sets of players thank the fans that have turned out in Wollongong, whether they've travelled 12 miles or 12,000.

    There are a few tired bodies out there!

  4. Full-time

    Wigan 24-10 Hull

    Wigan v Hull

    It's all over - Wigan claim a historic victory in Wollongong.

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    Wigan 24-10 Hull

    The official attendance has been confirmed - 12,416 are inside the WIN Stadium in Wollongong.

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    Wigan 24-10 Hull

    Wigan are denied a fifth try.

    Dan Sarginson grounds the ball but the video referee deems that Joel Tomkins was offside when he collected a ricochet from a kick.

  7. Yellow cards for Tomkins and Griffin

    Wigan 24-10 Hull

    Tempers are beginning to flare a bit here.

    Josh Griffin and Sam Tomkins have a bit of a set-to, Griffin pushes Tomkins in the face and the Wigan man responds by pushing his head into the face of Griffin.

    Both players get yellow cards and will watch the rest of this match from the sidelines.

  8. TRY: Wigan 24-10 Hull

    Ben Flower, goal Sam Tomkins

    Ben Flower, his left eye swelling up from an earlier knock, has scored what must be a match-clinching try for Wigan.

    Referee Matt Cecchin signals "no try" on the field, but he sends it up to the video referee, who awards the Wales international prop four points.

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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Wigan are ramping up the pressure now. One more Warriors try will surely put the result beyond doubt.

    Hull are tiring, but they're hanging on very well.

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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Sam Tomkins sends a spiralling kick deep into Hull territory on the last tackle, but Jake Connor takes it so easily - making a mockery of the humid conditions.

    Great work by the Hull centre.

    Jake Connor
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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Wigan celebrate lustily as a spell of Hull pressure ends with Mickey Paea dropping the ball 20 metres from the Warriors' line.

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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Just over 20 minutes for Hull to reduce that eight-point deficit.

    Both sides won their opening games of the season last week. Which team will extend their 100% start?

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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Wigan break again through George Williams - his chip kick is gathered by Morgan Escare, but the Warriors are denied.

    Hull, with a couple of injury issues, are appearing to tire a little in the balmy Wollongong conditions.

    But what's this?! Albert Kelly races through the line on the last tackle and almost creates a Hull try. Maybe there's life in those Airlie Birds yet!

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    Wigan 18-10 Hull

    George Williams is so key to how this Wigan side attacks, both with ball in hand and with a very solid kicking game.

    His quality was on show again with that third Warriors try.

    George Williams
  15. TRY: Wigan 18-10 Hull

    Ryan Sutton, goal Sam Tomkins

    Wigan's pressure early in the second half is rewarded with a try for Ryan Sutton.

    England international half-back George Williams makes the initial break, and from the next play he executes the offload that helps to set up big forward Sutton for the Warriors' third score.

  16. Post update

    Wigan 12-10 Hull

    Another absence for Hull - having lost Bureta Faraimo in the first couple of minutes, now hooker and captain Danny Houghton is sitting out the start of the second period with what may be an injury.

  17. Kick-off

    Wigan 12-10 Hull

    Marc Sneyd's left boot gets us under way again in the second half in Wollongong.

  18. Watch the Challenge Cup live on BBC Sport

    BBC Sport is your home of the Challenge Cup once again this season, and we're streaming another tie in the competition today on the BBC Sport website, app and connected TVs at 14:00 GMT.

    Amateur clubs Featherstone Lions and Thatto Heath Crusaders face each other for a place in round three.

    Read a little more about them here.

  19. Still to come...

    This is the fourth of six Super League games in round two of the 2018 season.

    St Helens, who started the campaign in superb style by thrashing Castleford last week, are in France to face Catalans Dragons (17:05 GMT kick-off).

    And there's one match tomorrow, as Castleford take on Widnes.

  20. Half-time

    Wigan 12-10 Hull

    Liam Marshall

    Advantage Wigan Warriors at the halfway point in Wollongong - but only just.

    Liam Marshall's opening two tries gave Wigan the perfect start, but an acrobatic finish from Fetuli Talanoa kept Hull well in the contest and Jordan Abdull's try levelled it up at 10-10.

    Sam Tomkins' penalty is the only difference as the half-time hooter sounds.