TODAY, Warrington Wolves will play at their Halliwell Jones Stadium home for the final time this season.

The Wire have played 17 home games in all competitions this year and have come out on top in 13 of them.

St Helens – one of only three visiting teams to emerge victorious from The Halliwell Jones Stadium this year – provide the opposition for game number 18 this afternoon.

Ahead of their final game in front of their home faithful, head coach Steve Price picked out some of his Halliwell Jones highlights from his first year in charge of the club.

“We’ve played some great games and scored some great tries here this season,” he said.

“If we’re talking football, the best performance for me was the quarter-final against Wigan. That was a really strong performance.

“Ben Murdoch running 50 metres against Wakefield is up there as well. Getting that record against Hull FC was a pretty cool moment, too.”

The Warrington Guardian sports team have also provided their best home memories of 2018.

Mike Parsons, sports editor:

NILLING arch-rivals Wigan Warriors as The Wire beat them at home in the Challenge Cup for the first time in 82 years will long live in the memory.

The huge ovation after the final hooter sounded on the 23-0 success, not to mention the semi-final progression, was fine reward for Steve Price’s men just two weeks after being mauled 38-10 by the same opposition during Magic Weekend in Newcastle.

From the dominance of the pack to the expertise of the playmakers, The Wire were on fire and all capped off by roof-raising tries from Josh Charnley – the 200th of his career against his former club – and Ben Murdoch-Masila, who trampled all over Taulima Tautai as a match-winning first-half lead was assembled.

Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors. Pictures by Mike BodenJosh Charnley celebrates scoring against former club Wigan in the Challenge Cup. Picture by Mike Boden

Matt Turner, sports reporter:

THIS one may go under the radar for many fans, but the 34-24 win over Wakefield Trinity back in March stands out for me.

Having just ‘nilled’ Catalans in their own back yard, this was an altogether different test against a side that had won four of their first five Super League games.

You could tell Trinity were a side in form and they cut the Wire defence to ribbons with regularity. If they had displayed more of a killer instinct, they could well have been out of sight by half time.

However, Wolves hung on and stormed back, with Ben Murdoch-Masila showing us just why The Wire were happy to part with £175,000 for his services with a barnstorming, 50-metre try.

For me, that was the game that set Warrington up for their epic 10-match winning run.

Ben Murdoch-Masila on his way to his superb try against Wakefield. Picture by Mike Boden

What are your favourites Halliwell Jones Stadium memories from this year?