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Coming up this week

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* Five Warriors teams are in action this week.

* First team head to Leigh, with Reserves also facing the Leopards this week.

* Wheelchair side to face Catalans Dragons in the European Championship.

FIVE WIGAN WARRIORS TEAMS ARE IN ACTION THIS WEEK INCLUDING OUR WHEELCHAIR SIDE WHO HOST CATALANS DRAGONS IN THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION AT ROBIN PARK.

Wednesday

Our Scholarship side kick-off the week as they travel to face Wakefield Trinity Scholars at the DIY Kitchens Stadium, Wakefield (7pm K.O.)

Thursday

On Thursday, the Warriors are straight back to Super League action as we take on Leigh Leopards at Leigh Sports Village (8pm K.O.)

Limited tickets and travel are available for the fixture and both can be booked online HERE.

Saturday

The Warriors go head-to-head against the Leopards on Saturday too with our Reserves side in action at Leigh Miners Rangers ARLFC at 2pm.

Later in the day, reigning Wheelchair Super League champions Wigan will make their triumphant return to their Robin Park Arena (Leisure Centre) home when they face Catalans Dragons in the European Wheelchair Rugby League Club Championship. Tickets for the event are still available, costing £5 Per person and can be booked online HERE.

Sunday

Our Women’s team will finish the week off as they welcome Cardiff Demons to Robin Park Arena in Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup action. Both sides are unbeaten in the group stages and the winner will claim top spot in the group heading into the knockout stages.

The game kicks-off at 2pm. Season Ticket Holders can gain free entry with non-members costing £5 Adults and £3 Concessions which can be paid on the day.

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