Hayes Connor Solicitors Sponsors Warrington Wolves’ Marquee Signing Gareth Widdop
Widnes based data breach and cyber security specialist Hayes Connor Solicitors has agreed to sponsor accomplished Great Britain international half back Gareth Widdop as he joins Super League team Warrington Wolves RLFC on a three-year contract.
The 30-year-old, who joins from Melbourne team St George Illawarra Dragons, is known as a strong goal kicker and is described by the club’s chief executive as its biggest signing in its 144-year history.
Dan Thompson, Director at data breach and cyber security specialist Hayes Connor Solicitors said:
“As a long term fan of the Warrington Wolves, it’s very exciting to have such a high calibre player signed to the team and we are delighted to be sponsoring Gareth as he progresses his impressive career at the club.
“It’s going to be a strong season, he compliments an already robust team and a club that has demonstrated great ambitions. We hope he recovers well from his injury and look forward to watching him in action as the club goes from strength to strength.”
Ash Moore, commercial account manager at the Warrington Wolves commented:
“Gareth is a great addition for us, and we are very pleased to welcome Hayes Connor as his sponsor. We believe that we will have a strong season and all our sponsors play a key role in both the success of the players and the entire organisation”
The first fixture takes place away against the Wigan Warriors on Thursday 30th January.
Hayes Connor Solicitors advises the Communication Workers Union and is currently acting for thousands of claimants with data breach claims against Ticketmaster, Equifax, Marriott International, TeamSport, Dixons Carphone and the Police Federation of England and Wales.
For more information about Hayes Connor Solicitors, visit the website at www.hayesconnor.co.uk.
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