Warriors & Rabbitohs to Hold Open Training Session

Warriors & Rabbitohs to Hold Open Training Session

Wigan Warriors are set to hold a joint open training session with NRL Club South Sydney Rabbotiohs at the High Performance Training Centre in Orrell on Wednesday 18th February.

The unique event will allow fans to see both teams train together ahead of their respective World Club Series games against Brisbane Broncos and St. Helens.

Warriors Director, Kris Radlinski explained: "The Rabbitohs were very accommodating with us when they hosted us for a training session ahead of last year's World Club Challenge in Sydney.

"With our former coach Michael Maguire in charge, the Rabbitohs are aware of how good the facilities are here at Orrell and we were more than happy to return the favour by hosting them.

"The day will not only give both sides the opportunity to prepare themselves for the World Club Series but will also give fans a great insight into how players train for big games."

Admittance will cost just £3 per person with proceeds going to the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation Charity.

Gates will open at the High Performance Training Centre from 10.15am with the session due to start at 11am and lasting for approximately 90 minutes. Fans will be able to watch the full training session from the Main Stand where unreserved seating will be available. Coaches from both sides will give fans live commentary and insights into what is going on during the session.

Tickets are on sale in person at the DW Stadium, by calling the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 66 33 552 (calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, other operators may vary) and online [click here]

The High Performance Training Centre will be open to pedestrians only with strictly NO PARKING available on the Stadium Car Park or on Edge Hall Road. Parking is available on Winstanley Road, Lodge Road and Orrell Water Park.

A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available and must be prebooked by calling the DW Stadium ticket office.

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