A WARRINGTON Wolves legends team will play Woolston Rovers later this month in a charity match.

The likes of Adrian Morley, Mark Forster and Chris Riley have signed up to pull on the primrose and blue jersey once more – while the veterans Wire XIII will also be led by current head coach Steve Price.

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Mark Forster touches down at Wilderspool

They will take on Woolston Rovers’ first team in a fundraiser for St Rocco’s Hospice at Monks Sports Club on Saturday, June 29.

Rovers chairman Steve Moore said: “This should be a really special day, and hopefully we can get a big crowd to come along and enjoy the entertainment.

“The quality that will be in the Warrington legends side is fantastic, and to have them giving their time up to support this event is superb.

“Hopefully everybody who comes along will have a great time.”

Rugby for Rocco’s will begin from 12pm with a junior game at the Hillock Lane ground, followed by Woolston Rovers u15s taking on Clock Face Miners.

The headliners will then kick off at 4pm, followed by an evening of live music.

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Wolfie wearing the specially-designed Warrington Legends jersey with Katie Lawson, Phil Wrench and St Rocco's Hospice mascot Rocco

A host of stalls and rides will also be available throughout the day – which is the brainchild of Sadore Construction owner Phil Wrench and Rovers’ Dave Ditchfield and Steve Moore.

St Rocco’s community fundraiser Katie Lawson said: “We are really excited about the Rugby for Rocco’s event, and we are really grateful that Phil Wrench and his family have chosen to support patient care at St. Rocco’s Hospice.

“This kind of support is so important in helping us to continue to care for the community of Warrington when they need us.

“Warrington Wolves have always been really supportive, and it’s great to see so many current and former members of the club turning out alongside Woolston Rovers for our patients and families.”

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Homegrown winger Chris Riley will play for the Wire once more

Phil added: “It was a conversation in Monks club with myself, Steve Moore and Dave Ditchfield, discussing what we could do for Rocco’s, and within a week we had a plan and a list of players we wanted to join us.

“We didn’t get many players who wouldn’t come on board and support the day, and we are hoping for a really big turnout.”

Tickets are priced at £5 for adults and £2 for pensioners in advance, rising to £6 and £3 respectively on the day – while entry for kids is £1.