BRADFORD BULLS 30, WIGAN WARRIORS 31: Warriors completed perhaps the greatest comeback in Super League history with a magnificent second-half reverse.

Trailing 22-6 at the break, Bulls coach Steve McNamara chose to bring off some of his senior stars with next week's semi-final against either Hull or Huddersfield in mind.

But his decision proved to be the catalyst for the most unlikely of victories - as Mark Calderwood completed his hat-trick and youngster Harrison Hansen scored the crucial winning try, improved by Pat Richards' boot, with only six minutes remaining.

David Solomona scored a first-half hat-trick for the Bulls, who were home and dry with Iestyn Harris and Tame Tupou also crossing the whitewash.

Thomas Leuluai had kept Wigan barely in touch at the break, but with Bradford looking comfortable - it was Aussie three-quarter Trent Barrett who took the game by the scruff of the neck to inspire a memorable result.

Wigan boss Noble, a former Bulls coach, remained calm even after such an incredible victory.

"I'd like to have won a little easier than that, but we couldn't because Bradford were magnificent in the first half," he said.

"You have to play for 80 minutes in the play-offs, and that is what we did."