Lowes lands new Warrington deal

Warrington have handed first team coach James Lowes a new one-year contract extension.

Lowes, who was in charge of the Wolves before the arrival of Tony Smith earlier this year, will work alongside the Smith, who’s role remain as Head of Coaching and Rugby.

Reserve team coach Richard Marshall will maintain his primary role but will also provide assistance to Smith and Lowes, following the departure of previously assistant coach Nigel Wright last week.

Wolves boss Tony Smith is looking to use the off-season to refocus the ‘behind the scenes system’.

Chris Baron will join the Club on a two-year deal as Head of Strength and Conditioning ahead of the pre-season. Chris joins the Wolves from his current position at the high-profile Rugby Union club Leicester Tigers, who were recently named Guinness Premiership Champions for 2009.

The current Reserves Team physio Andrew McDonough will also be taking on a full-time role at the Club to assist Head Physio John Hartley.

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