Hull FC interim Head Coach Andy Last has expressed his disappointment at the manner of which his Hull side lost their semi-final.
The Black and Whites were on top in the early exchanges, and took the lead with a Marc Sneyd penalty, but the game turned on a particular incident.
Ligi Sao had forced an error from Willie Isa, and during the celebrations, Josh Griffin came over and patted Ollie Partington on the head, and conceded a penalty.
Last says he struggles with the consistency, compared to what happened last week.
He said: “I’m really disappointed with the result. You have to give credit to Wigan, they have the ability to frustrate you and stop your rhythm. But there was also some disappointing calls.
“The one on Josh Griffin for patting someone on the head was a swinger. Then, in the second half, they suffocated us, you have to give them credit for that.
“I really struggle with consistency with the refereeing performances. You get decisions like last week, and then you get a penalty for patting someone on the head.”