The trophy will be on display in the Royal Suite from 6.00pm and supporters are invited to pose for photos with one of international sport’s most prestigious pieces of silverware. A professional photographer will be on hand to produce lasting printed mementos at a cost of £10, while fans may take photographs themselves, using their own equipment, free of charge.
As part of the evening, supporters are also invited to take in a Rams first team training session from the North Stand.
Under head coach Glenn Morrison, the Rams have made an excellent start to the 2013 season and this session will provide a unique opportunity for fans can gain an insight into the hard work put in by the coaching and playing staff during the week
(when they’re not Harlem Shaking! (http://twitter.us5.l...e9&e=b139ae851a) ).
Earlier in the day, the Tetley’s Stadium will host Kirklees Council’s ‘Mission: Active’ programme, where Rugby League will be utilised as a medium to engage young people and get them active in preparation for RLWC2013. While later in the year, the stadium will host matches from the Festival of World Cups, including fixtures from the Student, Women and Police competitions.
The Kirklees district will also host an RLWC2013 fixture, and the only England match in West Yorkshire, as Steve McNamara’s men take on Ireland at the John Smith’s Stadium on November 2.
Meanwhile, the Trophy will also be displayed at Dewsbury Library and Information Centre and Dewsbury Sports Centre later this year, where fans new and old can get up close and personal with international Rugby League’s biggest prize.
For full details of Rugby League World Cup 2013 activities in Kirklees visit:
Dewsbury Rams media dept.
Edited by Honor James, 27 February 2013 - 04:01 PM.