Wolves Showcase Future StarsThe Wolves held two major tag festivals last week as part of their Primary Link scheme. Over 500 boys and girls took part in the events held at Bank Park and Burtonwood. The 2nd annual MayorÆs Tag Festival was held on the Town Hall lawns and 14 schools took part including some from out reach areas such as Lymm and Croft, With Danny Lima and Wolfie on hand to present the awards, the festival was a huge success. The fair play award went to Stockton Heath Primary School.On Thursday Burtonwood Bulldogs hosted a tag festival at Fir Tree Lane playing fields, with Wolves Mark Gleeson an interested spectator. In this event which again took place in glorious sunshine, Burtonwood were the recipients of the fair play award.Sean Mellor, Community and Marketing Manager commented, "These festivals are the culmination of our coaching within the schools. They give the boys and girls the opportunity to showcase the skills they have acquired. Tag rugby provides an introduction to our sport and judging by the excellent levels of skill and enthusiasm we have seen this week, some of these players may be Wolves stars of the future"All pupils that took part in the tag festivals will be presented to the Halliwell Jones crowd at the Wolves v London Broncos Superleague fixture on 17 July 2005.
24, May, 2005