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// Warriors Future's Programmes

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Wigan Warriors Youth Performance Department have launched their 2014 Futures Programmes for both Under 13's and Under 14's.

Both programmes are open to all rugby players in their respective years and for just £20 will be enrolled on a 10 week training programme. The fee will include an ISC Training T-Shirt with the opportunity to be coached by the Club's Youth Performance. Both programmes are in association with the RFL's embed the Pathway Programme.

The 13's Programme will run on a Saturday mornings for 10 weeks, March 29th, April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st at the Central Park base on Montrose Avenue.

The 14's will run on a Wednesday evening's in dates in April, May and June also at the Club's base on Montrose Avenue and are detailed in the flyer below.

The 10 week training programme's can be booked by debit/credit card by calling 01942 762880.






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