WIGAN WARRIORS TO SUPPORT TERRY NEWTON STATE OF MIND DINNER

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WIGAN WARRIORS TO SUPPORT TERRY NEWTON STATE OF MIND DINNER

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We are delighted to announce that Wigan Warriors will be supporting the Terry Newton State of Mind Dinner on Saturday 14 September.

The event, sponsored by KHD Brokk Hire Ltd and FBW Engineering, will be held in the Heatable South Stand Lounge at The Brick Community Stadium and will get underway at 6pm.

Hosted by Pete Emmett, the evening will feature a range of special guests, music from ‘One Vision’ and a two-course meal.

The night will be dedicated to the memory of rugby league legend Terry Newton, who tragically took his own life in 2010, with proceeds from the event going to State of Mind to help fund our work in breaking the stigma that surrounds mental health in sports clubs, schools and businesses.

Wigan Warriors chief executive Kris Radlinski said: “Terry was such an important figure in the club’s history and all our lives. He became a cultural icon for his commitment and passion for the sport and the team.

“He was such a great guy to have on the field and to be in the changing room with. He left an eternal impression on our hearts and souls.

“To have a night of remembrance for him and to share some wonderful stories with his beloved teammates, and in the company of his family will be truly special.”

Tickets can be bought from the Wigan Warriors online club store, and also at the ground. For group bookings, please ensure all tickets are purchased in a single transaction to ensure you are seated together. When booking online please also advise of any dietary requirements or contact the hospitality team on 01942 762 890, email hospitality@wiganwarriors.com quoting your name and booking reference.

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Re: WIGAN WARRIORS TO SUPPORT TERRY NEWTON STATE OF MIND DINNER

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Adrian Morley to be special guest at Terry Newton Dinner

WIGAN WARRIORS ARE DELIGHTED TO CONFIRM THAT ADRIAN MORLEY WILL BE A SPECIAL GUEST AT THE TERRY NEWTON STATE OF MIND DINNER.

Morley played alongside Newton at Leeds Rhinos as well as on the international stage for Great Britain including the 2003 Ashes Series plus the 2004 and 2006 Tri-Nations.

The event, which will be sponsored by KHD Brokk Hire Ltd and FBW Engineering Ltd, will take place in the Heatable South Stand Lounge at The Brick Community Stadium from 6.00pm on Saturday 14 September.

Looking ahead to the night, Adrian Morley said: “I’m looking forward to celebrating Terry’s career at this dinner. He’s a real character of the sport on and off the pitch and an incredible player and mate.”

The evening, which will be hosted by Pete Emmett, will feature live music from the sensation ‘One Vision’ alongside a host of special guests in conversation with a two-course meal included.

There will be numerous tributes to Terry Newton who played for the Warriors, as well as Leeds Rhinos, Bradford Bulls and Wakefield Trinity, Lancashire, England and Great Britain.

Tickets are available to purchase now from the Wigan Warriors Club Store inside Robin Park Arena and online HERE. https://store.wiganwarriors.com/events/ ... ckets.html
All proceeds from the night will go to State of Mind.

For group bookings, please ensure all tickets are purchased in a single transaction to be seated together. When booking online, please advise of any dietary requirements or contact the hospitality team on 01942 762 890 or via email hospitality@wiganwarriors.com quoting your name and booking reference.

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Anyone can support a team when it is winning, that takes no courage.
But to stand behind a team, to defend a team when it is down and really needs you,
that takes a lot of courage. #18thMan
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