Number seven shirt left vacant as Warrington announce squad numbers

George Williams Warrington Wolves
George Williams in action for Warrington

Warrington have announced their squad numbers for the 2023 Super League campaign, leaving the seven shirt vacant. 

The club have been linked with Catalans half-back Josh Drinkwater for next season. The Australian half-back has been told by the Dragons that he is free to leave the French outfit.

In the biggest change, Stefan Ratchford has received the number four shirt for the upcoming campaign under head coach Daryl Powell.

James Harrison has been promoted to shirt number eight, replacing Joe Philbin, who will wear shirt number 15. Josh Thewlis has been rewarded with number two, and Matty Nicholson shirt number 12.

NRL recruit Paul Vaughan has received shirt number 10, with Josh McGuire given 13 following the departure of captain Jack Hughes.

Sam Kasiano (14) and Gil Dudson (17) have also been recruited by the Halliwell Jones Stadium side for the 2023 campaign. 

Ellis Longstaff, who spent the end of last season on loan at Hull, has shirt number 33. 

Warrington announce squad numbers

1 Matt Dufty

2 Josh Thewlis

3 Peter Mata’utia

4 Stefan Ratchford

5 Matty Ashton

6 George Williams

7

8 James Harrison

9 Daryl Clark

10 Paul Vaughan

11 Ben Currie

12 Matty Nicholson

13 Josh McGuire

14 Sam Kasiano

15 Joe Philbin

16 Danny Walker

17 Gil Dudson

18 Tom Mikaele

19 Joe Bullock

20 Connor Wrench

21 Greg Minikin

22 Riley Dean

23 Tom Whitehead

24 Luke Thomas

25 Leon Hayes

26 Adam Holroyd

27 Aiden Doolan

28 Jack Darbyshire

29 Josh Lynch

30 Jake Thewlis

31 Jamie Reddecliff

32 Bobby Shingler

33 Ellis Longstaff

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