Warrington Women bring familiar face back to club

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Warrington Women have announced the appointment of Matt Heaton as the their Head of Strength and Conditioning.

Heaton was previously involved with the Women during their first season back in 2019. He then moved on to Castleford.

He has also been a part of the men’s team at Warrington. Heaton formed part of Tony Smith’s backroom team at the Wire until his departure at the end of the 2017 season.

Speaking on rejoining the Club, Heaton told the club website: “I’m excited to be back with the Women’s team for 2022.

“What the Club have put in place for the development of the Ladies is fantastic. I’m really pleased to be part of this journey.

“The Girls have been fantastic since I’ve returned to pre-season training and I’m sure they’re looking forward to the pre-season we have planned.

“Working with Wez [Lee Westwood, Head Coach], Bennie [Westwood, Assistant Coach] and the other coaches was a big factor for me choosing to come back and I’m excited with where we can take the Girls’ game to.”

Dates set for Warrington fixtures

Meanwhile, Warrington will start their Challenge Cup campaign in March against the British Army.

In a new format for the Challenge Cup, the 16 teams have been divided into four groups of four. The top two then go into the quarter finals.

Warrington have been joined in their group by the Army, Barrow and defending champions St Helens.

Their Women’s Super League fixtures will also be announced in due course. They have been placed in Group Two of the new Super League.

They have the chance to get into Group One, which features the likes of St Helens, Leeds, York and Castleford.

The club have also said friendlies will also be announced in due course.

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