THE presentation party at next Saturday’s Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final between Catalans Dragons and Warrington Wolves at Wembley will be led by RFL president Andy Burnham and TV presenter, comedian and author Adam Hills.
Upgraded Wembley tickets for the lower tier of West Stand are on sale at Roughyeds for the bargain price of £30 (adults), £22.50 (over-65s) and £10 (under-16s).
Ring Anne Kearns on 07811 988 426 Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm or buy at the Roughyeds online store.
It would be a massive help to our club if Oldham fans planning to go to Wembley get their upgraded tickets from us.
Andy Burnham was elected as Mayor of Greater Manchester in May, 2017.
In Government, Andy has held Ministerial positions at the Home Office, Department of Health and the Treasury.
In opposition, he has served as Shadow Education Secretary, Shadow Health Secretary and Shadow Home Secretary.
Andy is a thought leader and champion on the Northern Powerhouse agenda, and committed to ensuring bold, radical and ambitious plans for Greater Manchester as a major economic and political power.
Adam Hills is an Australian comedian, radio and television presenter and writer. He is well known for his UK television work ‘The Last Leg’ which has been nominated for a range of UK awards including those by the Royal Television Society and BAFTA. He is the author of a new book ‘Best Foot Forward’.
A life-long rugby league fan, Adam is actively working to bring the sport to anyone who wants to play.
He was instrumental in the founding of the new Physical Disability Rugby League and he is a passionate champion and player of disability rugby league.
He will be taking to the field in the inaugural PDRL World Club Challenge and he will be on the Wembley pitch at half-time of the Challenge Cup final to take part in the charity challenge to raise money for the Warrington Wolves Foundation.
Andy Burnham and Adam Hills will be joined by Ladbrokes head of sponsorship and events Adrian Osman; RFL chairman Brian Barwick; RFL chief executive Ralph Rimmer; and the vice-president of the RFL, Pat Crawshaw.