Super League X - 2005

WARRINGTON Wolves' principal aim for their 2005 campaign was to break the stranglehold of St Helens, Wigan, Leeds and Bradford on Super League and to make the top six.

Super League IX - 2004

THE 2004 season represented the dawn of a new era for Warrington Wolves.

Super League VIII - 2003

WARRINGTON Wolves looked forward to Super League VIII with renewed optimism after avoiding relegation by the skin of their teeth in the previous campaign.

Super League VII - 2002

THE Wolves had more new faces than your average teen horror flick for the start of Super League VII.

Super League VI - 2001

IF you like your television soaps, you will like 'A Year in the Life of Warrington Wolves'.

Super League V - 2000

SEASON ticket sales for Super League V went through the roof at Wilderspool as coach Darryl Van de Velde pulled off three of the highest-profile and most exciting signings ever made by the club.

Super League IV - 1999

THE Wolves went fishing for a Shark in the build-up to the new campaign - and they made an impressive catch as Great Britain threequarter Alan Hunte joined the club from Hull.

Super League III - 1998

IT was once again a case of all-change as the Wolves embarked on their third Super League campaign.

Super League II - 1997

AFTER the disappointment of narrowly missing the top four the previous year, Warrington began Super League 2 with fresh optimism and a new nickname - the Wolves.

Super League I - 1996

THE 1996 season witnessed a major turning point in the history of not only Warrington RLFC, but of rugby league as a whole.

PART 23: Hesford, Johnson and Bishop break Wire records

WARRINGTON's 1986 Premiership Trophy triumph over Halifax was the perfect tonic for Tony Barrow's first full season in charge.

PART 24: A game in turmoil as news of Sky's Super League hits home with fans

BRIAN Johnson's honeymoon period at the helm of Warrington Rugby League Club ended after two years.

Part 22: Best final In History?

11:09am Friday 23rd June 2006

KEVIN Ashcroft certainly knew how to get the best out of his giant Wire forward Bob Eccles.

PART 21: Life after Alex was not so bad

11:07am Friday 23rd June 2006

NOTHING went right for Alex Murphy and his Warrington players in 1975/76.

PART 20: The wonder of Murphy's magic

11:06am Friday 23rd June 2006

ALEX Murphy made a try-scoring debut as player coach for Wire in 1971.

PART 19: Bye, bye Bevan … Hello Murphy

11:05am Friday 23rd June 2006

BRIAN Bevan's remarkable Warrington career came to an end in Ernie Ashcroft's first season as coach.

PART 18: Ashcroft to follow footsteps of Kiwi

11:04am Friday 23rd June 2006

CES Mountford came through his Wilderspool transition period by bringing further glory to the club in 1959/60.

PART 17: End of the Road

11:03am Friday 23rd June 2006

WIRE'S magnificent successes of the early 1950s came to a sudden stop in 1956/57.

PART 16: Tenth trophy in eight seasons

11:01am Friday 23rd June 2006

WARRINGTON secured the league championship for the second successive season in 1954/55.

PART 15: Mountford's marauders

11:00am Friday 23rd June 2006

THE club's 1953/54 season was one not to be forgotten.

PART 14: The Bevan and Bath super show

11:00am Friday 23rd June 2006

A STAGGERING 740 tries in his Wire career, 66 in just one season that was the phenomenon that was Brian Bevan.

PART 13: Brockbank bowed out after 15 years

10:59am Friday 23rd June 2006

IT was only right that in the highly successful Wire era of 1947 to 1955 that the club's stars should figure on the international scene.

PART 12: Wire's first success at Wembley came in 1950

10:58am Friday 23rd June 2006

EXPECTATION was high from the current champions in 1948/49 and Warrington did not let their fans down.

PART 11: We are the champions!

10:57am Friday 23rd June 2006

WHEN Warrington got off to a bad start to their 1947/48 season, the club's ambitious officials decided to do something about it.

PART 10: Standing ovation for reserve team trialist

10:56am Friday 23rd June 2006

FOR the second time, war brought a halt to Rugby League championship action.

PART NINE: 31,000 at Wilderspool

10:55am Friday 23rd June 2006

THE mid-1930's was Warrington Rugby League Club's most successful period to date.

PART EIGHT: Wembley wonders

10:54am Friday 23rd June 2006

A MOVEMENT began late in 1928 which was to have far reaching and amazingly successful repercussions for the game of Rugby League.

PART SEVEN: Ryder's troops so close yet so far

10:53am Friday 23rd June 2006

WHEN the outdated and parochial title Northern Union was replaced by Rugby League in 1922 the game was well and truly on its way.

PART SIX: Good Fridays were bad for Arthur

10:52am Friday 23rd June 2006

AS the professional game grew in Warrington, so did the works' competition of the Northern Union code.

PART FIVE: Britain's amazing battle brigade clinch Test series

10:48am Friday 23rd June 2006

THE years building up to World War One were eventful for Warrington and the Northern Union as a whole.

PART FOUR: Town's Aussie import trend started in 1909

10:47am Friday 23rd June 2006

AUSTRALIA made history with their first tour of Great Britain in 1908.

PART THREE: Warrington major players in shaping the modern game

10:46am Friday 23rd June 2006

THE success of the northern rugby breakaway was reflected in the 98-club league membership only three years after foundation.

PART TWO: Players striked for a pay rise one month after historic split

10:42am Friday 23rd June 2006

THE first season of the Northern Rugby Football Union was described by Warrington secretary, J. E. Warren, as 'the most remarkable in the history of the club.' His comments were made in the club's annual report at the end of the historic 1895/96 campaign.

PART ONE: Warrington joined the split in response to the people's demands

10:34am Friday 23rd June 2006

A HUNDRED years on from the revolutionary rugby split the world game underwent dramatic changes again.

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