IF Saturday is anything to go by, Woolston Rovers could be set for a big part in the future of Warrington Wolves.

Of the 17 players who turned out for The Wire’s under 16s at London Broncos, seven came from the under 15s side at Monk Sports Club.

Twins Rorio and Leo Zheng were among them and had a field day, with the former grabbing four tries and the latter a brace in a crushing 72-4 win.

Charlie Bancroft also crossed as he featured alongside Woolston teammates Ashley Barnes, Jack Darbyshire, James Hartill and Jamie Reddecliff.

Five of the seven – Bancroft, Hartill, Darbyshire and the Zheng twins – also feature for the under 15s side at Warrington RUFC.

Rovers junior chairman Darren Geritas, who also coaches the under 15s team, was keen to acknowledge the support of his other players in allowing their teammates to shine.

“It is great for the club to have seven of our own lads playing in the same Wolves side,” he said.

“It is testament to the hard work that they have put in but also they will acknowledge that without the support of their other teammates, it would not have been possible.

“We are blessed to have such a strong side at under 15s and I am sure that there will be more of them that catch the eye of the professional clubs before too long.”

Dave Whalley, Woolston’s public relations officer, added that seeing the players run out in the Warrington kit was “really special.”

“Hopefully this is the start of a production line that we can supply to Warrington,” he said.

“To see the lads all run out together in the Wolves kit was really special and it is great to see them enjoying themselves.

“This is just the start of their journey to becoming full-time rugby league players and as a club we wish them all the very best of luck.

“It is always special for community clubs to see young lads progressing and we are delighted for them.”