Miss it, miss out!Warrington Wolves are urging fans to buy their tickets ahead of Sunday's game against Leigh in the Silk Cut Challenge Cup Round 5, to avoid disappointment. The game is not an all ticket game, but the early take up by Leigh and Warrington fans indicate, that on Sunday tickets will be in demand.Leigh has sent out the message that the support from their club is going to out number the Warrington fans. Kevin Ashcroft, Commercial Manager at Leigh estimates a minimum of 4,000 fans making the trip to Wilderspool.Adam Jude, Chief Operations Officer at the Wolves commented, "They're all on a high at Leigh. They are undefeated in the League and they've just beaten a Super League team in the previous round of the Cup and they are very confident that the Wolves could be the next scalp!! We had the third biggest attendance of Round 4, so with our 6,000 fans and Leigh's 4,000 we could be looking at our first lock-out since 1994.""Even though it is not all-ticket I would urge fans to buy one as I wouldn't want them to miss what promises to be an exciting Derby clash." Warrington Wolves v Leigh CenturionsSunday 25th February 2001K.O 3PMTicket Prices: Brian Bevan: ú15, ú7 concGround: ú10, ú5concTELEPHONE: 01925 235005Capacity: 9,571DON'T MISS OUT ON THE PRE-MATCH ENTERTAINMENT4ORCE: THE NEXT 5IVE WILL BE SINGING LIVEWARRINGTON STARLITES WILL BE PERFORMING NEW ROUTINESGATES OPEN: 1:30PMPRE-MATCH: 2:00PMBRING THE NOISE!
19, Feb, 2001