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Super League side Wigan Warriors are reaching out to supporters with dementia.
The club have set up a Rugby Memories group where fans of the team meet up once a week to watch an old game and reminisce about the glory days.
Wigan hope the scheme will also help tackle loneliness in the community.
Chris Hall reports.
Rugby league's Wigan Warriors have started some pre-season training with a difference.
Last night they were combining conventional training with doing odd jobs in the community - from sweeping up leaves to painting church roofs.
It kept them up half the night.
- Chris Hall was with them.
It's Rugby League's Challenge Cup Final tomorrow as the 19-time winners of the competition Wigan take on Hull.
On last night's programme we were with the Warriors as they departed for the capital.
Today they're enjoying a Wembley walkabout on the eve of the game.
Chris Hall is with them.
Wigan Warriors are off to Wembley on Saturday where they'll face Hull in the Challenge Cup Final.
And to celebrate the occasion the Warriors have swapped the training ground for the recording studio and have today released their very own cup final song.
Chris Hall has more.
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Warrington versus Wigan was last year's Grand Final.
Now it's two teams desperate to salvage something from their season.
Incredibly, both are in the bottom half of Super league with pressure building on the head coaches.
But a Challenge Cup quarter final gives both a chance to lift the gloom, as David Chisnall reports.
Former Rugby League star Josh Charnley will bring the curtain down on his first season in Rugby Union as Sale take on Bath this Saturday.
The 25 year old winger left Wigan to join the Sharks back in October and admits the move has been tougher than he expected.
And, as David Chisnall reports, that's not the only big change in his life.
Wigan Warriors beat St Helens by 29 points to 18 in Super League earlier today.
It was a familiar Easter fixture though for St Helens the unfamiliar position of having no Head Coach.
Sean Long and Jamahl Lolesi are in temporary charge following this week's shock sacking of Keiron Cunningham.
Their job got a whole lot harder when Kyle Amor was sent off on 12 minutes for a high tackle on Liam Marshall. Lolesi criticised the decision in his press conference after the game at the DW Stadium.
It was an eighth successive Good Friday win for Wigan. It doesn't get any easier for Saints - who host Super League leaders Castleford on Monday.