Wolf Mail

Paul Cullen has named a 20 man side to face Challenge Cup winners St Helens this Saturday, 6.05pm Live on Sky Sports from Knowsley Road.

1. Daryl Cardiss

20. Dean Gaskell

3. Brent Grose

4. Ben Westwood

12. Ian Sibbit

19. Gary Hulse

5. Graham Appo

6. Lee Briers

7. Nat Wood

14. Mark Gleeson

17. Warren Stevens

22. Danny Lima

16. Paul Wood

8. Chris Leikvoll

10. Mark Hilton

15. Jerome Guisset

18. Paul Noone

13. Mike Forshaw

23. Mike Wainwright

11.Darren Burns


2. John Wilshere - strained postural cruicate ligament sustained in Round 11 v St Helens (22/05/04)

9. Jon Clarke - ankle injury - sustained in Round 15 v Castleford Tigers (20/06/04)

U21s DUTY:

26. Jamie Durbin

24. Nick Owen

25. Richard Varkulis

Bevan Unveiled


On what would have been Brian Bevans 80th birthday, the latest tribute to the greatest try scorer Warrington and Rugby of either code has known was finally unveiled to fans and dignitaries alike. The Bevan Wall, made up of over 900 hundred bricks bearing a messages and names of fans of past players is a unique tribue to the great man who graced the Warrington shirt.

The tribute wall was the idea of Wolves finance manager Neil Dowson, "When I spoke with Brians daughter Jannette at the launch of his autobiography by Robert Gate I promised that something at the new stadium would be put in place in memory of her father."

Jannette Lane gave a heartfelt speech on behalf of her family, recounting many memories of her late father and his times with the club, even saying how her mother had to endure Brian leaving her twice on their honeymoon to train at Wilderspool.

The wall is situated on the East side of the main stand at the Halliwell Jones Stadium behind the Brian Bevan statue. High resolution pictures have been taken and will be available online soon for those unable to visit the wall to find their brick.