Warrington 2022 squad numbers: George Williams to wear 7

George Williams

Warrington have confirmed their 2022 squad numbers, with George Williams taking the number seven shirt.

The England half-back arrived at the Wolves midway through last season from NRL side Canberra Raiders. He will wear the number seven shirt in 2022, with his half-back partner Gareth Widdop retaining six.

New recruits Peter Mata’utia and Oliver Holmes, who both joined the club from Castleford, will wear three and 12 respectively.

England international Joe Philbin, who wore number 13 last season, takes the number eight shirt from the recently departed Chris Hill.

England Knights speedster Matty Ashton has been promoted to the number five shirt. Wolves captain Jack Hughes will wear the number 13.

Joe Bullock, who arrives from Wigan, takes the number 15. Greece international Billy Magoulias will wear 18, with fellow new signing Greg Minikin donning the 21 jersey.

James Harrison, who links up with Warrington from Championship side Featherstone, is number 20.

Warrington 2022 squad numbers – George Williams to wear 7:

1 Stefan Ratchford

2 Josh Charnley

3 Peter Mata’utia

4 Toby King

5 Matty Ashton

6 Gareth Widdop

7 George Williams

8 Joe Philbin

9 Daryl Clark

10 Mike Cooper

11 Ben Currie

12 Oliver Holmes

13 Jack Hughes

14 Jason Clark

15 Joe Bullock

16 Danny Walker

17 Matty Davis

18 Billy Magoulias

19 Robbie Mulhern

20 James Harrison

21 Greg Minikin

22 Josh Thewlis

23 Connor Wrench

24 Ellis Longstaff

25 Ellis Robson

26 Rob Butler

27 Riley Dean

28 Eribe Doro

29 Jacob Gannon

30 Morgan Burgess

31 Tom Whitehead

Jason Clark signs new deal with Warrington

Jason Clark in action for Warrington

Australian utility forward Jason Clark, who recently signed a contract extension with Warrington, has been given the number 14 shirt by new coach Daryl Powell.

The 32-year-old has signed a deal that will take him into his fourth season with the Wolves in 2022. He has made 66 appearances in primrose and blue so far.

Clark said: “I’m delighted to be staying with Warrington and in Super League for another 12 months.

“It’s an exciting time for the club with the new coaching set-up coming in. I’m looking forward to being a part of what should be a big year ahead.

“My family are all settled here in Warrington and we love the town. The club have been first class since the day I arrived. It’s an honour to play in front of the Wire fans each week.

“You realise how much you miss fans, since they have returned. I can’t wait now to get going with preparations for 2022.”

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