Warrington Wolves winning form continued yet again with a win vs Hull FC yesterday. Credit to Hull, they hit the ground running and gained a 10-0 lead within 10 minutes. Thanks to a Ryan Atkins TRY, the Wolves managed to regain control. By half time the Wolves got to 18 points however this score was then equalised thanks to a Hull FC penalty kick.
Despite a very powerful 1st half by both sides, Hull failed to get any points in the 2nd half. Thish left Warrington to increase to a 40-18 win! The ‘Man Of The Match’ title deservedly went to Ryan Atkins. The Wolves remain 2nd on the Super League table. They’re just 1 point behind leaders Wigan who play Widnes tonight (Mon 25th June).
Once again Pete Pinnington was hosting and interviewing players in the Corporate sponsor lounges throughout the stadium’s North Stand. During this time, Pete also informed guests of the TRY HARD programme which the club had just launched. The programme targets young people at risk of social exclusion and anti-social behaviour.
Armed Forces Day
Warrington Wolves vs Hull FC was also an ‘Armed Forces Day’ match.
The charity benefiting this year being ‘Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen & Families Association’ (SSAFA). The charity offers experienced confidential advice on a wide range of issues providing practical and emotional support for veterans of all ages and their families.
The next home game for Warrington will be Monday 9th July when the Wolves welcome Catalan Dragons to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
For queries about sponsorship or if you’re interested in experiencing Warrington Wolves Corporate Hospitality, please call the marketing team on 01925 248890