OVER the past few months, you have been selecting your Warrington Wolves team of the decade from 2010 to the present day.

Thanks to a series of votes held for players in every position, we revealed our full dream 13 on Boxing Day.

> Check out your Wire team of the decade here

We have crunched some numbers to see how your line-up rates in the key stats.


Combined, our 13 players have made a total of 2,405 appearances in the primrose and blue jersey – an average of 185 appearances per player.

Ben Westwood is the highest appearance maker in the side having played 446 times for Warrington before his retirement at the end of last season, while Chris Sandow made the fewest with 31.

Warrington Guardian:

Ben Westwood tops our team's appearance chart. Picture by Mike Boden


The try count for our team falls just shy of four figures, with a combined total of 987 touchdowns for our selected players.

Ryan Atkins is the team's leading tryscorer with 168, with prop Adrian Morley scoring the fewest having crossed just nine times.

These 13 players have also contributed 1,374 goals and 81 drop goals between them in their Wire careers.

Warrington Guardian:

With 168 Warrington tries, Ryan Atkins is our team's leading tryscorer. Picture by Mike Boden


More than half of the team are homegrown, with seven of the 13 players English.

In terms of Warrington-born players, however, only one – Chris Riley – has made the cut.

There are also five Australians in the side, with David Solomona the sole New Zealander.

Warrington Guardian:

Chris Riley is the only Warrington-born player to make the team. Picture by Mike Boden