Winger Chris Riley and prop Paul Wood have become the next Wolves' stars to reach personal milestones.
Chris is a home-grown player who has progressed through the club's ranks making his first-team debut back in 2005.
Renowned for his solid defence, serious pace and deadly finishing Chris has now made 150 appearances in primrose and blue. In this time he has crossed for 104 tries.
Paul is in his 14th season with the Wolves having now made 300 club appearances since his debut back in 2000.
Last year Chris Hill was the only Warrington forward to carry the ball more times than Paul and his 34 offloads put him behind only Ryan Atkins and Trent Waterhouse.
To mark these player milestones the club welcomed past player Martin Crompton down to training to present the players with their commemorative shirts.
Martin holds heritage number 865 having played for Warrington between 1987 and 1992 making his debut on 8th February '87. His playing career also included time at Wigan, Oldham, Salford and Widnes, while representing Ireland on the international scene.
The stand-off made 56 (25) appearances for Warrington touching down for 21 tries in his time.
24, Feb, 2013