WARRINGTON Wolves will hold a homecoming parade to celebrate winning the Challenge Cup on Bank Holiday Monday, August 26.

The bus carrying Steve Price and his victorious squad is scheduled to arrive at Warrington Town Hall at 2pm, with the route starting in Woolston and heading through town.

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"It's a bank holiday on Monday, get out on the streets and rejoice as we bring home the Challenge Cup," Wire chairman Stuart Middleton said.

"It doesn't get any better than beating Saints at Wembley."

Warrington Wolves homecoming parade route and approximate timings:

12.30pm – Bus departs from Manchester Road Woolston

1pm – Manchester Road/Holes Lane

1.20pm – Manchester Road/King Edward Street

1.26pm – Manchester Road/Padgate Lane

1.30pm – Town Centre – Church Street, Buttermarket Street, Academy Street, Friars Gate, Barbauld Street. Wilson Patten Street, Winmarleigh Street, Sankey Street

2pm – Arrival at Town Hall