A FORMER Warrington Wolves player has joined forces with health chiefs and a bereavement support charity to help those who have been affected by suicide.
THREE local artists are vying to be part of the match day entertainment at Warrington Wolves’ home game with Catalan Dragons on Saturday.
The Warrington Wolves; a team which was founded in 1876 by seven young men and originally named the Warrington Zingari has seen many changes over the years to become the club it is today. Recently the Wolves have combined their heritage with input from the fans, to create a new brand & a new look, officially welcoming back their nickname ‘The Wire’ which refers to the wire-drawing industry in the town dating back to 1874.
Warrington Wolves have never claimed the Super League title but they came mighty close last year.
AN evening exploring the positive impact Warrington Wolves has on its home town will take place at the Warrington Campus of the University of Chester on Tuesday, March 28.
Mike Cooper made a return to action in a Warrington Wolves match last weekend following a three-year spell in the Australia playing for St George Illawarra. The 28-year-old made the trip to the NRL after playing 122 games for his hometown club between 2006 and 2013.
BMW dealer Halliwell Jones has agreed an extended contract with Warrington Wolves for the stadium naming rights for a further five years.
A new study has shown that Warrington Wolves offer excellent value for money in comparison to some of their Super League rivals.