CRAIG Thomason has been a key cog in the Warrington Wolves Foundation machine over the years in his role as Disability Manager.

Whether it was working with schools all over the town or helping set up the team that became the first ever Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) outfit in this country, he has left an indelible mark on the club.

As he leaves to take up a new role at Community Integrated Care, the Foundation were quick to pay tribute to the work he has done.

“Craig has been instrumental in developing our disability offer – from working in schools to setting up the Wolf Club and the current offer of football and rugby league teams,” they said on their Facebook page.

“Craig will move on to influence the Community Integrated Care (CIC) programme that will support this year’s Rugby League World Cup.

“Craig helped set up of the very first Physical Disability Rugby League Team and then went on to support the development of Learning Disability Rugby League that is now sponsored by his new employers.

“We know Craig will make a huge success and bring more physical activity access to the most vulnerable cared for by CIC.

“This now leaves an opportunity for someone to join our team and continue the success we have enjoyed.”

The Warrington Wolves Foundation are inviting applications to join their team and help continue Thomason’s work.

To apply, send your CV and a covering letter to The deadline for applications is Friday, January 22.