Just three days remain until both Wakefield Trinity Community Trust disability teams play as part of a triple-header in Warrington at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
We’d like to invite Wakefield Trinity supporters to enjoy a day out and give your support to the unique individuals who will be proudly wearing the red, white and blue.
At 10am a coach will be departing the car park at the Mobile Rocket Stadium, the cost of the return journey will be £10 per person and there are currently just 15 spaces remaining. First come, first served.
The return journey will leave Warrington at 6pm and should arrive back at the ground in Wakefield for 7.30pm.
The West Stand at the Halliwell Jones Stadium has a ticket offer at £5 per adult and £2 per child. You can reserve your discounted ticket by contacting them direct on 01925 248888 and quote ‘Disability RL’ to access the offer.
‘The Last Leg’ host, Adam Hills, will be donning the Warrington Wolves jersey alongside new recruit, Lee Briers, on Sunday afternoon in the Physical Disability Rugby League game which kicks off at 1.30pm.
Wakefield born Alan Hunte will represent Trin’ against his former club Warrington as an able-bodied player alongside Keith Mason.
Following the PDRL game you can witness Toronto Wolfpack play Warrington Wolves in the Challenge Cup tie (Kick Off 3.30pm) which will feature the World’s first official Learning Disability Rugby League match at half time, again between Wakefield Trinity and Warrington Wolves. Kick off for the LDRL game will be 4.15pm.
If you would like to book your seat on the coach ahead of Sunday please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday 12th May.