Young WolvesThe Club Lottery at Warrington Wolves has helped nine youth players achieve thier dream of playing first team. Jamie Stenhouse, Mark Gleeson, David Highton, Chris Campbell, Paul Noone, Ian Sibbit, Will Cowell, Paul Wood and David Alstead. Alstead joined the elite of the first team against Wigan and Wood against Wakefield where they debuted as substitutes.The Lucky Seven has funded the lads as they progressed through the ranks at the club. All have had successful spells with the Alliance, which caught Darryl Van de Velde's eye this season earning them a run out with the team.Jamie Stenhouse made an impressive debut against London Broncos with two tries in the first twenty minutes. He added to his tally with a try yesterday against Salford City reds. Ian Sibbit has scored six tries this season with the first team before sustaining a broken arm putting him out for the rest of the seaon.Youth are an important part of Warrington club on and off the field, many of the Academy/Alliance players are involved in the Community Development programmes orangised by the Development team. The nine lottery palyers help Brian Chambers, Special Needs Project Officer every week with the numerous schemes. For example the successful Gee Force camps which have run throughout the summer vacation and the Numeracy and Literacy schools have been attended by the Academy and thw first team players sharing their skills and knowledge with the youngsters.Supporting the youth and community is at the forefront of the the tireless work of the Warrington Wolves Coaching and Community Development staff.
18, Sep, 2000