Super SundayWarrington Wolves are planning to end the season on high. The Wolves are aiming for another big crowd when they entertain Salford City Reds on Sunday, kick off 3 pm. This would see the club achieving record attendance against 10 of the Super League clubs this season.Interesting clashes on the field to keep an eye out for, Briers takes on Blakeley in a head-to-head and a Jon Roper makes his return to Wilderspool, all will make for an exciting game.The schedule of entertainment is billed as a preview to the World Cup and Grand Final!There will be a chance to see Warrington's favourite dancers in a Starlite extravaganza, including a performance by the outstanding Grand Final singer.The Lincoln World Cup Interactive Bus arrives at Wilderspool at 1.00pm, with freebies galore - World Cup merchandise and tickets to the games. The bus will be situated behind the Brian Bevan stand on St James' car park.Gates will open at 1.30pm with the spectacular entertainment beginning at 2.30pm. The Wolves are offering a unique scheme to the Ground Season Ticket holders of "Take a Mate", which enables them on production of their season ticket their "Mate" can gain entry to the ground for £5.The Community Development team will be promoting their Try Hard scheme as part of the World Cup programme. All of the town's secondary schools are involved, the scheme is the next stage in the development strategy of Primary Link. The scheme is about increasing awareness of Rugby League in the secondary schools of Warrington and there is no better way than through the World Cup. The team have been busy in all primary and secondary schools in Warrington in the last week promoting the game and through assemblies and coaching.Fans will have the final opportunity to have their say on the Wolves, by filling out the Supporter Survey, available at the turnstiles or club shop, due back on 22nd September.To book tickets contact the hotline on (01925) 235005.
13, Sep, 2000