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Adrian Morley to play a part in Warrington Wolves' 2014 preparations
WOLVES’ preparations for another tilt at the elusive Super League title are clearer this week.
A training camp in Australia, announced in October, will be the prelude to a final warm-up game ahead of the competition’s start.
And it means departed captain Adrian Morley, gutted to have not got his hands on the Super League silverware for Warrington in Grand Finals at Old Trafford in 2012 and 2013, will be playing a part in Wolves’ pre-season after all.
For Morley, the only man in history to have skippered Wolves to three Challenge Cup successes, will be making an early return to The Halliwell Jones Stadium in his new position as captain of Salford Red Devils.
Wolves will face Brian Noble’s much changed Salford side in a pre-season friendly on Wednesday, February 5, kick off 8pm.
Veteran Morley, England stand off Rangi Chase, Australian scrum half Tim Smith, Samoa forward Tony Puletua and his ex-St Helens teammate Francis Meli will all be in the running to figure against Tony Smith’s new-look Wolves, who will be expected to hand debuts to former New Zealand prop Roy Asotasi and Scotland full back Matty Russell that night.
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