Sunday afternoon sees the Wildcats come to The Halliwell Jones Stadium for yet another game of extraordinary rugby.
And do we have an afternoon of fun for you.
Select ticket office windows for purchase and collection will be open from 11.30am with the shop and select turnstiles opening at 11.45am.
Remaining turnstiles will open at 1.30pm. Cash accepted on the South West and West.
The Under 19s academy will get events underway with their curtain raiser against St Helens kicking off 12pm.
Junior rugby will follow soon after with Under 10s taking to the pitch; Woolston will face Culcheth and Latchford will do battle with Rylands.
The fun zone is back with the inflatable try-line tussle in the West. You can also wear you colours with pride by popping along to see our now resident match-day facepainter.
With just a few weeks to go until the big semi-final we spark up some excitement and bring the silverware to you; the official Tetley’s Challenge Cup cheerleaders will be out and about around the ground giving you the chance to have your photo taken with the famous trophy. Will it be coming home to Warrington this year?
Fusion juniors and a zorb ball demonstration will complete the pre-match build-up with kick-off at 3pm.
Half time and a zorb ball competition will take centre stage; pick a team and get behind them. The Tetley’s girls will also perform for the crowds building up to the second forty.
And remember to put your hand in your pocket for this week’s bucket collection; Warrington Foodbank.
Tickets are still on sale today in WolfWare until 5pm.
Fancy a meal before heading to the match? Or maybe after? Why not head down to Frankie & Benny’s at Gemini where they have a fantastic match-day offer for Wolves’ fans? Simply present your 2014 Season Ticket or Wakefield match ticket and get £5 off your main meal.
Support the Greg Mackey Appeal launched this week!
The Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation, the Vice Presidents Association and Supporters Trust in league with the club are assisting in the collection of donations for former Warrington legend and half back Greg Mackey. The 52-year-old is battling against terminal bowel cancer and we are working together to raise sufficient funds for him to receive pioneering treatment in Germany.
Mackey still holds the record for playing the most consecutive games for Warrington in the Super League era at 98. A record that has stood for more than 20 years.
Ways to donate:
Go to the official Just Giving site: www.justgiving.com/Greg-mackey7
Text to 70070 and donate to Ausi52 £5 (to donate anything more than £5 change the 5)
Donate by cheque made payable to Warrington Wolves Foundation (please write Greg Mackey on the reverse of the cheque)
You can also donate in store at WolfWare this match day adding to fantastic funds raised last time out with the signed ball and shirt.