Ultra-safe under a high ball and a trigger for many of Wolves’ attacking moves, Stefan was born in Wigan and his career began with Salford whom he joined in 2007. His versatility was spotted by the then England coach Tony Smith who recruited him for his train-on squad for the 2009 Four Nations tournament. Smith brought Stefan to The Halliwell Jones Stadium in 2012 and he appeared in that year’s Challenge Cup Final victory over Leeds. His play-anywhere attitude, electrifying breaks, fine defence and accurate goal-kicking has guaranteed his place in the starting line-up and he made 25 appearances last season. He has contributed over 500 points for us across six seasons. Stefan initially gained international honours with the England Knights side and he gained his first full international cap against Samoa in mid-season international last May. He was then chosen for the England World Cup squad in the autumn.
Despite being built like a forward Tom has a devastating turn of speed and is an accomplished finisher. He joined us for the 2016 season from Hull FC and was part of the League Leaders’ winning squad and Grand Final team of that year. Tom began his career in Rugby in 2006 with the York Union club, later switching codes having been attracted to our game at York College and he joined the York City Knights. He moved to Hull in 2012 and went on to score 54 tries in 68 appearances for the Airlie Birds. In his second season at the KC Stadium he was named the club’s Young Player of the Year and he won the Rugby Leaguer and League Express’ Albert Goldthorpe Rookie of the Year award, topping those achievements by being named in the Super League Dream Team.
Kiwi Bryson has joined the Wolves from Leigh Centurions though he never actually played for them. He had been recruited to the Sports Village from the NRL for the 2018 season but Warrington stepped in and agreed terms with Leigh to effect the transfer. Bryson began his NRL career with Cronulla Sharks in 2007 and moved to Canterbury Bulldogs three years later. He was then signed by South Sydney helping to Premiership success in 2014. In all, he made 99 appearances for the Rabbitohs, scored 37 tries and also kicked goals when required. He has been awarded 10 New Zealand caps, appearing in the Four Nations tournament in 2009 and the 2013 World Cup.
Ryan has become renowned for his consistency and was in excellent form throughout the 2017 season scoring 16 tries and creating many more in 27 appearances; named the club’s Player and Players’ Player of the Year. He was unlucky not to be chosen for England’s World Cup squad. He was signed initially by Bradford Bulls but before he could make a first team appearance he joined Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. His form earned him a place in the England train-on squad two years later and in 2010 he came to Warrington since when his left edge performances have been outstanding. He earned Challenge Cup winners medals in his first year and in 2012, and has scored over 150 tries in almost 250 games for our club and representing England five times. He was named a member of the Super League Dream Team in 2012 and 2016.
Kevin joined us last season from Widnes Vikings for an undisclosed fee as a replacement for Chris Sandow and he scored a try with his first touch of the ball in the memorable World Series victory against Brisbane Broncos. In a Super League career spanning 15 seasons he had spent four years with the Vikings where he was rewarded with the captaincy. He was an academy international in 2002 and he began his Super League career with Wigan a year later. He remained with the Warriors until to 2006 and was transferred to Huddersfield with whom he spent seven years. He was selected for Great Britain in 2007 and for England in 2010 and was recalled to the England squad for the Four Nations in 2016 appearing against New Zealand. He went on to make a huge impact on England’s World Cup campaign last autumn. In more than 300 SL appearances Kevin has scored more than 100 tries.
NRL star Tyrone joined the Wolves during pre-season as a marquee signing. He was enticed from the Gold Coast Titans where he had spent two seasons. Before that Tyrone had played for Newcastle Knights for whom he debuted in 2011 and made 97 appearances. A fine goal-kicker with a success rate of more than 80 per cent he is always likely to make a telling break and is reliable in defence… qualities that earned him selection for the Indigenous All Stars and the New South Wales Country side. Tyrone was head coach Steve Price’s first signing for the Wolves who has described him as a natural rugby player with a great understanding of the game.
D.O.B 1 June 1991
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Declan enjoyed a great season with the under 19s in 2014 and was duly rewarded with a full-time contract. He made his Super League debut just before his 20th birthday in a stunning 80-0 win over Wakefield in April 2015 and he went on to secure his place in our side for the next two months. An accomplished goal-kicker and touch-finder, he proved his calmness when under pressure when he landed a field goal against Leeds and he was a try scorer in the Challenge Cup tie at Dewsbury. In 2016 he continued to impress when he deputised for the injured Chris Sandow and scored the first try in the Grand Final against Wigan at Old Trafford. Last season was his best to date, making 25 appearances, kicking 56 goals and landing three field goals.
Younger brother of George, he played initially for the Meltham All Blacks side in Huddersfield where he was born. Toby made his first-team debut in July 2014 when we beat London Broncos 72-12 and in his next appearance in 2015 he touched down twice in the resounding 80-0 win over Wakefield. It was against Trinity too that he scored a fine try in the 2016 Challenge Cup semi-final. Toby made six appearances last season but because of injury was denied the chance of ending it in style with Ireland’s World Cup squad.
A member of a Warrington Rugby League family and a product of the Rylands amateur side, Harvey shone while playing initially for the Wolves’ Under-16s and then the Under-19s becoming a full-time professional ahead of 2016. He made his Super League debut in the 2017 season opener against Catalans Dragons, made an immediate impact and soon afterwards was voted man of the match when he scored a try and six goals against St Helens. It was feared that a hamstring injury would put him out of action for the season but he was able to resume in the Qualifiers, scoring tries against Featherstone and Hull KR. He has also represented England as a youth international.
Hard working and a great finisher, Mitch was born in Sutherland, New South Wales, and joined Wolves during the close season from Leigh Centurions who had captured him from Cronulla Sharks. Mitch began his NRL career with the Sharks in 2006 after representing Australia as a schoolboy. He switched to Wests Tigers in 2010 and then moved on to Canterbury Bulldogs with whom he played in the 2014 Grand Final against South Sydney. He returned to the Sharks in 2015 where he was coached by Steve Price. In 132 NRL games Mitch touched down 39 times. At Leigh he made 26 appearances, scoring eight tries.
Jack made his debut in a 2015 pre-season friendly against Toulouse and played his first Super League scene towards the end of the campaign when he gave a fearless display in a 46-16 victory over Hull FC. He held his place in the first team and scored two tries behind the sticks against Catalans Dragons and also touched down in the final game at St Helens. Jack started out as a winger with the Under-19s but has blossomed as the last line of defence. He has represented England Under-18s in a test series against Australia Schoolboys and last season he also appeared on loan for Widnes Vikings and Rochdale Hornets.
A nowadays-rare convert from Rugby Union, 20-year-old Taylor was handed a contract with Wolves in April last year. Taylor had impressed while playing for Yorkshire Carnegie in the Union code in 34 appearances. He had also been selected for the 15-a-side England Under-18s and Under-20s, the latter as a member of their European Championship winning team. In his first game for Wolves’ Reserves against Hull last season Taylor registered four tries and he also turned out for Rochdale Hornets on dual registration and for North Wales Crusaders on loan.
Charnley made the switch from League to Union after winning the Super League Grand Final with Wigan Warriors in 2016. He’s gone on to make 32 appearances for Sale; making 16 in his debut season.
Charnley made his Super League debut for Wigan in 2010 and went on to make over 170 appearances for the Cherry and Whites, crossing for over 160 tries. In his time at Wigan he won two Super League rings (2013, 2016) and two Challenge Cup medals (2011, 2013).
In his international Rugby League career he has been capped seven times for England between 2012 and 2014, representing his country in the World Cup of 2013 and the Four Nations the following year.
D.O.B 26 June 1991
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