posted on 19 March 2012

Wildcats hooker Paul Aiton will be doing his bit Sport Relief this Saturday at Total Fitness in Wakefield by having his chest waxed.

Paul Aiton will have his chest waxed for Sport Relief this Saturday in Total Fitness, Wakefield.

Aiton is used to enduring the physical pain that comes with playing in one of the world’s toughest sports but on Saturday you can see how he copes with the pain of having the hairs ripped from his body in the name of charity.

Visit Total Fitness in Wakefield (Silkwood Retail Park, WF5 9AD) at 2pm on Saturday and see just how Aiton fares at the mercy of the waxing strips in the name of charity.

Don’t forget you can do your bit for Sport Relief on Sunday and get a FREE match ticket for the Wildcats vs. Catalans Dragons and a FREE Silver Membership if you raise £20 and ‘Walk with the Wildcats’.

There are hundreds of Sport Relief miles taking place across the country that very day and the Wildcats will be holding their own, starting at Sainsbury’s on Trinity Walk at approximately 2.15pm and finishing at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium in plenty of time for kick-off.

You can download your sponsorship form now and if you’re not already a Gold, Silver or Bronze member, if you raise £20 then not only will you get a free match ticket for the clash with the Dragons, but you will also be made a Silver member for FREE which guarantees you savings on home match tickets throughout 2012 if you buy in advance.

Download your sponsorship form by clicking HERE.

Download the Walk with the Wildcats entrants letter HERE.

Download the health and safety disclaimer HERE.

Once you raised your £20 or more, return your disclaimer and sponsorship form to either our Ridings Centre Store or the Rapid Solicitors Stadium Box Office by Friday 23rd March and you will be given your match ticket plus we’ll make you a Silver member.

The ‘Walk with the Wildcats’ will have an optional fancy dress theme of sporting heroes with members of the clubs first team, Academy and Scholarship squads joining supporters in helping to raise money for people living incredibly tough lives in the UK and in some of the poorest countries around the world.

You can still register for the walk and collect your fundraising form form at either the Rapid Solicitors Stadium Box Office or the Wildcats retail outlet in the Ridings Shopping Centre.

For more information contact Community Development Officer Richard Cattley on 01924 211611 or e-mail

Please note that all advance and matchday ticket prices will increase by £1 for the game against Catalans Dragons, with that pound going straight to Sport Relief.

Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).

This is Wakefield. Together We Are Stronger.

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