Warrington Wolves set for Australia trip

Wolves to travel to Australia
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Warrington Wolves will be in Australia for three weeks in January, according to the club's chief executive Andy Gatcliffe.

Warrington Wolves will travel to Australia for three weeks in January for a training camp.

The club's chief executive, Andy Gatcliffe, has said that flights have already been booked and that the team will be based in Sydney.

"It is great for the club's profile and for the players," he told the Warrington Guardian.

"We are in a great position. It is a major boost for our players to be able to look forward to this and is a real attraction to being with this club."

The Wolves made a similar trip Down Under in 2012 when they played and defeated a South Sydney side.

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