WARRINGTON Wolves stalwart Paul Darbyshire will be remembered on the anniversary of his death with a charity bike ride.

Cycles have taken place every year since the former Wire player and coach died aged 41 in 2011 after a nine-month battle with motor neurone disease.

‘Darbs’ played for the club between 1989 and 1997 before serving as assistant coach and conditioner.

The latest in his memory – beginning and ending at Victoria Park - will take place on Saturday, June 16, with funds raised going towards the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Routes range from a few laps of the park to a mammoth 100 miles.

Woolston Rovers, where Paul’s wife Lyndsay is team manager of the under 14s, will again be supporting the event.

Dave Whalley from the club said: “We as a club are once again delighted to be able to support this fantastic event in memory of Paul.

“We are asking all of our club members to get the message our about the bike ride, and hopefully we can get a large number of club members to take part and help raise a significant amount of money for such a worthy charity.

“Lyndsay is a very valued member of our club, and we hope that it will once again by a great success.”

Donations of £15 are asked for entry, or £5 for children.

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