After Mondays 24-14 victory against Widnes Vikings the one-off charity kit worn on the night will be sold to raise further funds for Heart Research UK.
The Wildcats hard fought victory pushed them to within 1 point of the play-off the places with the Wildcats sporting a red charity kit in support of Heart Research UK with a portion of all ticket sales going to the charity.
Along with the ticket sales Wakefield Trinity Wildcats fans donated generously on the night and with a fantastic performance put on by local schools in support of the cause the fund raising was very successful. In total 200 children from Cathedral Academy, Crofton Academy, Hemsworth and Horbury all sang in support of Heart Research UK and also put on a great show for the Wildcats fans before the game against Widnes.
Now you can bid on the match worn shirts and get yourself a truly unique piece of Trinity memorabilia. The first of the shirts are available to bid on now by clicking HERE, with the remainder to be added over the coming days.
The Wildcats and Heart Research UK have been working together for a number of years with fund raising and also working with local schools to help promote health and the importance of staying active.
Get online, support the charity and grab yourself a one-off match worn playing shirt.