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// Under 16's To Showcase Their Talents at Fan Day

By Warriors Staff

Home » General News » Under 16's To Showcase Their Talents at Fan Day
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Wigan Warriors under 16's are set to go up against Castleford Tigers under 16's as part of the Warriors Fan Day at the SolidStrip Community Stadium on Saturday.

Wigan's scholarship side have won 3 of their four matches so far this term, defeating Warrington St Helens and Huddersfield while they're game against the Tigers will kick off at 1.30pm.

Speaking ahead of Saturdays game Under 16's head coach Martin McLoughlin commented,

"The lads have put in some impressive performances so far this season and are looking forward to playing in front of a big crowd at the Fan Day on Saturday.

"We have some of the Wigan stars of the future in the squad and it's a great opportunity for the fans to see them in action"

Wigan Warriors under 16's squad for Saturdays fixture;

1.Lewis Heckford, 2.Joel Verite, 3.Karle Hunt, 4.Steve Sherwood, 5.Jack Etchells, 6.Josh Woods, 7.James Barran, 8.Callum Field, 9.Scott Houghton, 10.Sam Brady, 11.Iestyn Ball, 12.Jack Wells, 13. Craig Mullen (c),

14. Jack Mead, 15.Brad Moffatt, 16.Max Dudley, 17.Alex Prescott, 18.Ben Fisher, 19.Cameron Connolly, 20.Brad Burgess

[Click here] to find out more about the current under 16's scholarship squad.

Gates will open at 11.30am for Fan Day and tickets are now available by way of a donation to the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation. These are £4 for adult or £2 for children. The Foundation (charity number 1129008) has been established to support grassroots Rugby League across Wigan and the surrounding area.

Tickets for the event are now on sale via the DW Stadium Ticket Office, online at Warriors E-Tickets and by calling 0871 66-33-552.


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