GREAT Britain Masters will be taking on their Australian counterparts this Saturday at Crosfields as part of a festival of rugby league.

The match, which includes Wolves Vice President Pete McGuinness, kicks off at 1pm followed by more than 10 teams taking each other on during the festival.

Masters player Paul Field said: “Masters is all about fun, socialising and showing your skills on the pitch.

“Every Masters game is officially a 0-0 draw but it’s all about getting players back into the rugby league in a safe environment and celebrating the fact we’re still playing at our age.”

Entry is free but anyone who wants to play and is over the age of 35 has to pay £5.