THE winner of our Steve Price ‘team talk’ competition is confirmed.

Supporters came forward in their droves to suggest, if they were the Warrington Wolves head coach, what would be the last thing they’d say to the players before they walk out for the Grand Final at Old Trafford against Wigan Warriors on Saturday.

Such has been the response, we asked supporters to decide on the winning entry from a shortlist of four via polls run on the websites of Warrington Guardian and Warrington Wolves.

The polls closed at 4pm and we can now reveal the combined scores from the polls confirm that Dallam seven-year-old Bethany Nicholas is the winner.

Lucky Bethany will be able to watch Wire’s final training session on Friday, have breakfast with the players after that session and will receive two tickets to Saturday’s Grand Final.

The shortlist

1) Nathan Williams, Warrington: “I'm already proud of you all and you should be proud of yourselves. Now let's make them proud. Every man, every woman, every child from our great town. Let's make history.”

2) Bethany Nicholas, 7, Dallam: “Work hard, work together, smash the pies, it's now or never.”

3) Matt Hopwood, Warrington: “All of our hard work comes down to this - we have 80 minutes left to go. We all know the plan, stick to it and bring it home - but above all, let’s enjoy ourselves.

“Wigan aren’t going to give this to us, this is going to be a real scrap, we know that... We have simply got to want this more! From 1 to 17 we need a performance out there. Forget last week, this is about now and these next 80 minutes.

“All the blood, sweat and tears you’ve shed for the man sitting next to you all year has been for this! The fans, they’ve got your back! You want inspiration, look up to them - they are here right now for you! The atmosphere is going to immense out there, lap it up! You’ve earned this - now let’s finish what we started and get the job done! Bring it home boys!”

4) Darren Gallagher, Wigan (Wire fan): "Win, lose or draw look how far we have come these last 12 months. The pride you have shown in getting to not just one but 2 finals is all down to you.

“Go out and enjoy not just for yourselves and your family and friends but too the thousands of fans who turn up each week and who are here in numbers to help you over the line once more.”

The final voting figures from the Warrington Guardian poll: