Wigan Warriors fans will have the opportunity to join the Club in supporting Wigan and Leigh Hospice at tomorrow night's game against Salford.
Anticipation is building for the Super League Thursday Thriller as Joel Tomkins is set to make his Warriors return against the resurgent Red Devils at the DW Stadium.
Ahead of the game Wigan and Leigh Hospice and the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation are set to officially launch their official partnership, as part of this the Hospice will be holding a collection on the evening of the and the Warriors players will wear a unique warm up shirt, which will be signed by the players and auctioned post-match.
Fresh from his performance at the Hospice's Voices Concert held at Robin Park earlier this month, Scott Chapman (pictured below) will perform live on the DW Stadium turf ahead of kick off.
Speaking ahead of his performance Scott said,
"As a Wigan lad I'm really looking forward to performing at the DW Stadium before the Warriors game.
Speaking on his work with the hospice, he added;
"Wigan and Leigh Hospice is an incredible organisation and I'm only too happy to support the amazing work they do."
Scott is a former winner of Wigan's Got Talent; has performed with various stars; sung at Aintree Grand National for the last five years and also at the switch-on of Wigan Christmas lights since he was sixteen. Scott has also sung at The Prince's Trust Diamond Ball; opened X Factor shows, performed with Diversity and Stavros Flatley and is an active ambassador for Wigan and Leigh Hospice.