Most of the time when rugby league clubs pay tribute to their players, their players are best known for their rugby league careers.
However, in the case of Warrington’s latest tribute the player in question is known for something else.
This is of course Adam Hills, comedian and host of The Last Leg on Channel 4.
Hills has also hosted Channel 4’s coverage of Super League in 2022 but has of course been a member of Warrington’s pioneering Physical Disability side who have even starred in a documentary and won the World Club Challenge against South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Now the Wolves have paid tribute to Hills and all he has done for the sport which culminated in England winning the PDRL World Cup though Hills was representing Australia.
“From all of us at Warrington Wolves and the Warrington Wolves Foundation, a huge THANK YOU Adam Hills for all you’ve done to bring the incredible and inclusive sport of Physical Disability Rugby League to the Warrington community and beyond.
“He truly has Wire DNA.”
It comes as Warrington Wolves underlined their role in the wider community with their Warrington youngsters climbed the height of Ben Nevis over the at Warrington Youth Zone, raising a fantastic £1722 in the fight against the genetic disorder Rett Syndrome with Reserve Rett.
It again shows the power of Super League clubs.