Fairy tales, it seems, do come true! In a season that had been dominated by their fierce rivals St. Helens, it was Wigan, led by the departing Shaun Wane, who claimed yet another Betfred Super League Grand Final success. On an emotionally charged evening at Old Trafford Dom Manfredi, just five games into his return following two years of injuries, scored twice to seal victory over Warrington Wolves. Saints, led by Steve Prescott Man of Steel Ben Barba, had claimed the League Leaders' Shield but were denied by defeat in the playoffs. Castleford Tigers once again went close, whilst incredibly last year's champions Leeds Rhinos had to endure another battle in the Qualifiers to retain their Super League status. Returning to the big time are London Broncos. They stunned Toronto Wolfpack in their own backyard by winning a tight and tense Million Pound Game. But it was the Warriors, at the end of their ten game winning streak, who claimed the major prize providing the perfect send-off for Ryan Sutton, John Bateman, Sam Tomkins and Head Coach, Wane.