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// WWCF Hold Race Night

By Warriors Staff

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Wigan Warriors Community Foundation (WWCF) is excited to announce that on Thursday 25th November they will be hosting a race night fundraiser at the DW Stadium.

Paul Bolton, Fundraising Officer at the WWCF and organiser of the event said,

"I'm excited about the race night because they're always great fun and no one knows how to have fun more than the rugby league community"

Entry will only cost £3 per ticket. There will be a raffle and a silent auction during the evening and to make the night extra special both the League Leaders Shield and the engage Super League Trophy will be on display.

Mike Watson, Community Foundation Manager added,

"We appreciate the support that we get from our amateur clubs and the community, events like this gets them in one place so we can celebrate by all having a flutter on the horses. The funds raised will help the Foundation continue their work in the community. "

There will be eight races throughout the evening and for an extra chance to win you can buy a horse from any race from just £2 and the owner of the winning horse will receive a prize. To buy a horse before the night just let us know when purchasing your tickets or buy upon arrival on the night.

The DW Sports Fitness lounge (South Stand Bar) doors will open at 6:30pm, with the first action packed race starting at 7:30pm.

Come along and enjoy an action packed evening while supporting the official charity of the Wigan Warriors.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the Paul Bolton on 01942 770437 or e-mail

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