Wigan Warriors enter into new dual-registration agreement after terminating Wakefield Trinity partnership

WIGAN WARRIORS has inked a new dual-registration deal with the Barrow Raiders.

The Warriors dissolved their arrangement with Wakefield Trinity earlier this month, allowing the club to form a new alliance.

The partnership with the Championship Club will provide some of Wigan’s transition players with vital and consistent first-team exposure, as well as the opportunity to play competitive Rugby League, to assist them grow.

According to the agreement, Wigan players will continue to be registered with the Warriors as well as Barrow.

Super League champions Wigan Warriors agree dual-registration partnership  with Championship club for 2024
When a Wigan player signs a dual registration agreement with Barrow, he will be able to play and train for both clubs. The player is only allowed to play in one fixture per scheduled round of fixtures in

any given week, therefore would not be able to play for both Barrow and Wigan on the same weekend. Wigan’s Transition Coach, John Duffy, stated, “We are really looking forward to working with Paul Crarey and his staff, and we are grateful to Andy Gaffney for his work on the agreement.”

“Barrow is an incredibly well-run and trustworthy club, and Paul and his staff always take excellent care of our athletes.

“We look forward to seeing how some of our transition players progress and develop from this agreement.”

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