Hy-Pro & SKY TRY Back Festival

Hy-Pro & SKY TRY Back Festival

  • McDavid, Shock Doctor and Sky Try to support Junior Rugby Festival

  • 300 children from community clubs to take part in festival at DW Stadium

  • Under 7s and 8s game to take place at Warriors fixture with Wakefield on Monday

Wigan Warriors Community Foundation have linked up with McDavid, Shock Doctor and SKY TRY to support the junior rugby festival at the DW Stadium on Bank Holiday Monday.

Over 200 junior rugby players will take to the DW Stadium pitch before kick-off and at half time of Wigan’s Betfred Super League clash with Wakefield Trinity. The biggest ever junior rugby festival staged at the DW Stadium will see under 7s and 8s teams from community clubs across the region as part of the Warriors’ third family day fixture of 2017.

Hy-Pro International ltd - UK distributor of Wigan Warriors official mouth guard supplier Shock Doctor and official compression and sports medical partner McDavid - are to reward each participant with a free mini rugby ball and gum shield.

Atul Shah, CEO Hy-Pro International commented:

“We’re thrilled to be working with Wigan Warriors to provide protection, compression and sports medical support.

“As well as being able to follow in their heroes footsteps on the pitch at the DW Stadium, we’re delighted to provide some of the Warriors stars of tomorrow with the same protection.”

Wigan Warriors Community Foundation partners SKY TRY are also set to support the festival by providing each participant with an official t-shirt as part of its Sky Grass Roots programme.

Tickets for Wigan’s Betfred Super League clash with Wakefield are on sale via the DW Stadium ticket office in person, via the ticket hotline on 0871 66 33 552 or online HERE.

An all-inclusive family ticket for 2 adults and 2 juniors including car parking, a match programme and food voucher is also available for £58. Click HERE for more details.

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