posted on 6 January 2014

The sons of two Trinity greats are doing their bit to support both the club and local schools.

The sons of two Trinity greats are supporting a fantastic offer in local schools.

David Poynton and Leigh Rollin are the sons of Trinity legends Harold and Ken respectively. David runs Smarter-Solutions who are offering local schools the opportunity to win a state-of-the-art SMART E70 Touchscreen supplied and professionally installed by Smarter Solutions. Leigh, a Partner at SR Creative in Wakefield, has designed the marketing literature to help with promoting this fantastic offer.

The Wakefield Trust team will be heading into schools selling 2014 season tickets and the school that sells the most will win a new E70 Touchscreen.  What’s more, pupils purchasing tickets will be automatically entered into a free draw to win an iPad and various other fantastic prizes.

The 70-inch touchscreen comes with Award winning software which enables teachers to create dynamic and engaging lessons. The galleries and tools enhance any activity, bringing it to life in the digital classroom.

Wildcats Director of Education, Mark Winder, is sure the offer will be a hit with local schools.

“It’s a superb prize and one that will really enhance the school that wins it,” said Mark.

“It’s great to work with local businesses that want to make a difference in the community and with the links to the club that Smarter Solutions has through David and Leigh, it makes it all the more special.”

Rollin Snr holds the record for the fastest ever try scored in a Challenge Cup final whilst Poynton Snr was part of the team that last lifted the famous trophy for Wakefield 50 years ago.

Now their sons are continuing the family ties to the club and hope the competition will prove a success.

David said: “It is great to be helping both the club and local schools. My father and Ken are regular visitors to the Rapid Solicitors Stadium and are still passionate about the club. Hopefully through our ‘offer’ we can get more children watching the Wildcats at the same time as giving local schools the chance to win our state-of-the-art Touchscreen.

For more information on how your school can get involved contact Mark Winder via

This is Wakefield. Together We Are Stronger.

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