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Super League X - 2005

Super League IX - 2004

Super League VIII - 2003

Sid Domic and Matt Rodwell arrive at Wilderspool. Pictures by Mike Boden

2002, SUPER LEAGUE VII: Going from bad to worse for Wolves

Steve Anderson, left, and former Castleford Tigers winger David Plange, who arrived at Warrington Wolves from Leeds Rhinos' academy set-up in August to take over the reins from Darryl Van de Velde. Pictures by Mike Boden

2001, SUPER LEAGUE VI: Turbulent times for Wolves

Allan Langer and Andrew Gee arrived at Warrington Wolves from Brisbane Broncos. Pictures by Mike Boden

2000, SUPER LEAGUE V: Slippery slope for Wolves

Warrington Wolves half back Lee Briers gets one round his chops from London Broncos hooker Peter Gill. Pictures by Mike Boden

1999, SUPER LEAGUE IV: Warrington Wolves climb out of the doldrums

Brendon Tuuta, during his one season with Warrington Wolves. Pictures by Mike Boden

1998, SUPER LEAGUE III: Player influx and Wolves sold for £1

One in and one out for Warrington Wolves as Iestyn Harris joined Leeds Rhinos and Lee Briers arrived from St Helens. Pictures by Mike Boden

1997, SUPER LEAGUE ll: Chaotic times for Wolves

Warrington Wolves enter the Super League era at Wilderspool Stadium with Alex Murphy as football executive, John Dorahy as head coach. New arrivals include Paul Hulme and Kris Watson

1996, SUPER LEAGUE 1: Whole new ball game for Wire as summer rugby league arrives

PART 23: Hesford, Johnson and Bishop break Wire records

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

Part 22: Best final In History?

PART 21: Life after Alex was not so bad

PART 20: The wonder of Murphy's magic

PART 19: Bye, bye Bevan … Hello Murphy

PART 18: Ashcroft to follow footsteps of Kiwi

PART 17: End of the Road

PART 16: Tenth trophy in eight seasons

PART 15: Mountford's marauders

PART 14: The Bevan and Bath super show

PART 13: Brockbank bowed out after 15 years

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

PART 11: We are the champions!

PART 10: Standing ovation for reserve team trialist

PART NINE: 31,000 at Wilderspool

PART EIGHT: Wembley wonders

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

PART SIX: Good Fridays were bad for Arthur

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

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

PART THREE: Warrington major players in shaping the modern game

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

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

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