A reminder that this Friday there a special evening at the DW to mark the Warriors participation in this season's World Club Challenge.
The recent trips over the pre-season have certainly got me thinking more about the game and where its going. We have been in different places around England (London and Workington and even though the game was cancelled in Workington, we still spent days up there mixing with the locals) and a couple of places around New Zealand and then in the Rugby League mecca that is Sydney.
After the disappointment of losing in Sydney, Wigan turn their attention to Sunday's home Super League encounter against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Warriors Forward Eddy Pettybourne will miss Sunday's game through suspension after entering an early guilty plea at the RFL Disciplinary.
The Good Friday First Utility Super League fixture at St Helens will kick off at 12.15pm.
Wigan Warriors Youth Performance Department have launched their 2014 Futures Programme for Under 13's and Under 14's.
A reminder that tickets for the game at Warrington Wolves on Thursday 20th March go on sale to Members from today.
Young Warriors fans have enjoyed the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation Half Term Rugby camp which took place at Central Park last week.
Head Coach Shaun Wane admitted that the best team won as the Sydney Roosters were crowned World Club Champions on Saturday.
We look back at the 2014 WCC with photos from the Allianz Stadium as Sydney Roosters are crowned winners.