Omega Busways tackles inclusivity with Warrington Wolves

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Omega Busways has partnered with local club Warrington Wolves to support members of its wheelchair and physical disability teams. OMEGA BUSWAYS

Local Warrington operator Omega Busways says it is proud to announce its sponsorship of six Warrington Wolves players – three from its physical disability rugby league team and three from the wheelchair rugby league team.

The operator says the new partnership demonstrates its commitment to promoting inclusivity within the community it serves. The sponsorship will support the athletes as they compete throughout the season, raising awareness of disability rugby league and inspiring others, the company hopes. “We are thrilled to be sponsoring these talented players from the Warrington Wolves disability rugby league teams,” said Ian Howard, Managing Director at Omega Busways. “Their passion, dedication, and athleticism are truly inspiring, and we are committed to supporting them as they pursue their goals on the field. The Warrington Wolves Foundation has played an integral part in my family and we are delighted to be involved so that more local people can benefit from its excellent work.”

Head Coach of the Warrington Wolves Wheelchair Rugby League Team Isaac Williams added: “I personally want to thank Omega Busways for sponsoring three of our players for the upcoming season. The support to these individuals and the team as a whole is vital for the upkeep and running of the team to make sure we can be the best we can possibly be and push on for success in the upcoming season.”

Nathan Jezierski, Team Captain of the Warrington Wolves Physical Disability Rugby League Team and one of the players sponsored by Omega, commented: “Since I joined the club, the lads have been like brothers to me, we work hard on the pitch and have fun off it together. We stick to the core values of commitment, mateship and pride in the badge. We’ve been working hard in the off-season to retain the trophy we won last year.”