Warriors team-up with Prestone for film series

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Warriors team-up with Prestone for film series

Post by josie andrews » Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:35 am

Film series explores the careers of club captain Sean O’Loughlin and legendary half-back Thomas Leuluai

Series to highlight Sean O’Loughlin’s and Tommy Leuluai’s careers and how they’ve excelled at the coal-face of professional rugby league

The first of the five-part film series is now live across Wigan Warriors and Prestone social media channels, with the remaining videos set to air in the coming weeks


Wigan Warriors have teamed up with principal partner Prestone to create a film series focusing on two of its most experienced and successful players – Sean O’Loughlin and Thomas Leuluai.

The five-part series will showcase how the two senior players have excelled in extremes throughout their time with the Club, providing fans with a unique behind-the-scenes insight into their personalities, career journeys and highlights of two of the game’s most respected leaders.

O’Loughlin made his debut in 2002 having graduated from the famed Wigan academy, going on to become one of the most consistent and inspirational players of the Super League era. Revered by colleagues and opposition players alike, the one club man has led Wigan to nine trophies whilst also captaining his country.

Hard-hitting hooker or half-back Leuluai is enjoying a second highly successful stint with Wigan, after a spell in his homeland with New Zealand Warriors. Leuluai has won six trophies in his two spells with the Club and was a World Cup winner with the Kiwis in 2008.

Wigan Warriors Executive Director Kris Radlinski commented: “Anyone who has watched Wigan Warriors over the past decade will recognise the sheer brilliance of Sean O’Loughlin and Thomas Leuluai, both of whom are rightly referred to as two of the best players of the Super League era.

“Both individuals still continue to display the same hard-work, professionalism and desire which earned them their star status – whilst demonstrating their tremendous leadership abilities both on and off the field.

“It has been a pleasure to work closely with our principal partner Prestone to produce a thoroughly insightful film series to showcase two of the Club’s key leaders - we hope fans will enjoy in the coming weeks.”

The first of the five-part film series is now live across Wigan Warriors and Prestone social media channels, with the remaining videos set to air in the coming weeks. Be sure to follow @PrestoneUK on Facebook and Twitter to ensure you don’t miss out.


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