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// A Cheeky Visit for Warriors Fans

By Warriors Staff

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Warriors fans can look forward to joining in with the Animalates Crew at Half Time of tonight's game against Hull KR.

Animalates - who sponsored the Warriors to success in last years Grand Final - have recently launched their brand new, interactive exercise programme for children in schools and they will be attending tonight's Heritage Game to show what it's all about.

Before the game Warriors fans can look out for Cheeky the Cheetah and Mikey the Monkey as they greet fans arriving at the DW Stadium before they perform an Animalates demonstration at Half Time.

They'll be joined by children from St George's Central school as they run, jump, squat, dance and chomp their way through some Animalates exercises. You might even be able to do some of the exercises in your seat!

For information on how to get Animalates at your child's school go to and to watch a short video about how Animalates helps to get children active and prepares them for learning in the classroom [Click Here]. Roar!!!



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