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// Hawks Looking forward to Wigan Trip

Warriors Staff

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Cup Holders Wigan Warriors will face Championship One side Hunslet Hawks at the DW Stadium this Sunday afternoon in the Tetley's Challenge Cup Round 5 clash, 3pm kick off.

The Hawks Coach Barry Eaton, Centre Danny Maun and Mascot Harry Hawk dropped into the DW last week for a photo with the Challenge Cup.

Speaking to us, Barry told us there was real excitement in the Hunslet camp as they watched the draw live on the BBC following their Round 4 win over Workington Town,

"There was a big roar in the bar from the fans when that came out. It's the icing on the cake for us, the fact that Wigan are the current Challenge Cup holders as well, it will make it a very special occasion for everyone involved with Hunslet.

"We are doing really well this season, we are top of our League and playing some good rugby and we have alot of young players in our squad who are looking to make an impact. Hunslet is a great Club to be at and we are slowly but surely beginning to make a name for ourselves."

You can see the full interviews with Barry and Danny on Wigan TV over the next couple of days  click here to log in.We have also been speaking to Wigan Head Coach Shaun Wane and Second Row Forward Liam Farrell.

Tickets for the game are still available and Seasonal members are eligible for an exclusive discount if they pre-purchase their match tickets before 5pm on Friday.

Click here to purchase tickets online or call the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 66 33 552 ( calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary.)

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