Sitaleki Akauola doing his bit for Warrington’s community

Drew Darbyshire

Warrington forward Sitaleki Akauola has been helping deliver food to the community during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 28-year-old and his wife Reanne have teamed up with the club’s official fruit suppliers Warrington Fruit & Veg to selflessly give their time to deliver boxes to the homes of those in need of fresh supplies.

Akauola will be back on the road next week delivering fresh food and keeping spirits as high as they can be in the town during this difficult time.

Furthermore, Warrington have launched a ‘donate a ticket’ scheme that allows fans and the club to give back to key workers.

The scheme allows Warrington fans to log on to the club’s ticketing site and buy a match ticket priced at £15 for a rescheduled game, with the ticket then being donated to key workers who have been working through the coronavirus pandemic.

And the Wolves will also show their appreciation by matching every ticket donated with one for free from the club.

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