Episode 10 of an amazing new series featuring a Warrington family's previously unpublished cine film footage of Wire matches and special moments in the 1960s and 1970s

A HIGHLIGHT of Warrington Wolves' wonderful 1973/74 season was the Challenge Cup Final victory over Featherstone Rovers at Wembley.

It felt like half of the town's residents made the journey south to see Alex Murphy's Wire lift the prize for the first time in 20 years.

And now, for the first time, supporters can see highlights again of cup final day and the amazing homecoming in the way that they remember seeing it.

Because among the hoards of primrose and blue Wire fans were Cecil and Mike Waller with their cine film camera.

Their treasured little video, making its published debut above, shows how many fans' cup final day typically started before the scene is set inside Wembley with the marching band, the entry of the teams and the presentation of the players - all from high up in the Gods as fans typically saw events unfold.

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As the game progresses the Wallers capture Alex Murphy's drop goals, Mike Nicholas' try and the victory celebrations - all done with the throngs of supporters going wild around them.

And then there's a taste of what is was like seeing the team bring the trophy home through the town centre streets before ending up at the Town Hall.

Moments to savour forever.