Wigan centre Jake Bibby is our latest guest on My Set of Six.
We’re asking you, the fans, plus players, coaches and other rugby league personalities to give us their answers to our set of six questions.
Favourite away ground?
Headingley, Leeds. They bring good crowds and it always has a good atmosphere when you play there.
Greg Inglis. I admired him when I was growing up and I still do, he’s just a freak of a player and an athlete who can do it all. With him now signing for Warrington, to have the chance to play against him would be amazing and it would probably leave me star-struck.
Beating Wigan at the DW Stadium last year when I was at Salford to reach the Super League Grand Final was a very special moment.
Losing the Grand Final last year. That one hurt, one of the things I really want to get is a winners’ ring so hopefully I can accomplish that this year.
Best match you’ve seen?
The Million Pound Game in 2016 between Salford and Hull KR. It was a crazy bag of emotions thinking it was all over to then bringing it back was another special part of my life.
Your wish for the future of rugby league?
To get more kids playing it in the communities but to also bring back the War of the Roses. I think that could be very exciting to watch, it could bring more eyes in to our game and it would be very exciting to be able to take part in.
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