WARRINGTON Wolves have confirmed the latest intake of players for their Scholarship side.

Fifteen new players will join Tyrone McCarthy’s squad for 2023, taking the numbers in the side to 34.

Of the new intake, eight have been picked from community clubs in the town with six of those coming from Woolston Rovers.

Ellis Livesey, Alex Wilson, Benjamin Goulden, Samuel Dickenson, Leyton Jupp and Leon Stretton all came through at Monk Sports Club, with Crosfields and Latchford Giants having one representative each in the shape of Oliver Bishop and Tom Marshall respectively.

Warrington Wolves scholarship signings (community club and position)

Coby Doyle (Birstall Victoria, back-rower)

Ben Warburton (Blackbrook royals, loose-forward)

Harry Knight (Blackbrook royals, outside back)

Oliver Bishop (Crosfields Cobras, back-rower)

Alfie Poles (Golborne Parkside, back-rower)

Tom Marshall (Latchford Giants, loose-forward)

Ewan Irwin (Leigh Miners Rangers, half-back)

Bailey Lund (Siddal, outside-back)

Isaac Holdsworth (Siddal, prop)

Ellis Livesey (Woolston Rovers (Golds), loose-forward)

Alex Wilson (Woolston Rovers (Golds), full-back)

Benjamin Goulden (Woolston Rovers (Golds), outside-back)

Samuel Dickenson (Woolston Rovers (Golds), half-back)

Layton Jupp (Woolston Rovers (Greens), prop)

Leon Stretton (Woolston Rovers (Greens), prop)