All new mascot packages for 2013.
The Vikings' mascot package now includes;
Full Widnes Vikings 2013 Kit.
4 upgraded seats in the Gold/Silver areas.
Alongside all the other exciting perks:
An A4 glossy signed photo alongside their favorite player as a memento of their day, and the chance to purchase further photographs from our official photographer.
PA and match day programme announcements.
A copy of the match day programme to take home and cherish.
Lead out the Vikings team alongside your preferred player
Feature on our official website (www.widnesvikings.co.uk)
There will be now be two chances to be mascot at a Widnes Vikings Home game in 2013.
Firstly, thanks to our Dream Maker initiative, Home game mascots can now be nominated. If you are a member of the Dream Ticket then you can nominate a junior mascot to run out with the team on a selected Home match at the Stobart Stadium. (Full Widnes Vikings 2013 kit is required).
To nominate a mascot, email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
Name of (junior mascot)
Address (junior mascot)
Contact number (junior mascot)
Secondly, to guarantee a mascot position and all the perks, mascots can be booked for only £150.
To book a mascot package, click here to download the booking form or contact the club at: email@example.com
The Mascot walking out with the Vikings for their first home Super League game of 2013 was 5 YEAR-OLD ABBY LOUISE SILCOCK.
ABBY has a special place in the hearts of Widnes fans. She was born with a cleft of soft palate, one ear and a complex hear condition which has meant she has been in and out of Hospital since she was a one-year old child.
Never one to show any sign of weakness, Abby had surgery to repair her cleft and major heart surgery, all before she was four years old. She will need more surgery as she grows and will also have to have a large number of operations on her eye to give the impression of a normal ear.
It goes without saying that Abby is a tough little cookie and it's no surprise when you look closer at her surname, Silcock.
Abby is the Great-Grandaughter of arguably one of Widnes' strongest and toughest ever forwards, Nat Silcock. Nat captained the 1930 Widnes team that defeated St. Helens at Wembley - and he lifted the Cup again for Widnes in 1937.
Abby's favourite player is Patrick Ah Van, and she is pictured with Vikings' Captain Jon Clarke.
Image by Ste Jones
We had two Mascots for the visit of Hull FC to the Stobart Stadium.
Firstly, 10 YEAR-OLD HARRY WYNN.
Harry attends Elton Primary School and alongside watching the Vikings, his other hobbies include playing rugby, football and cricket.
Harry's interesting fact is that he captained Chester to victory in the Cheshire Cup Final - and his favourite Vikings player is; Patrick Ah Van.
Harry is pictured alongside Jon Clarke.
Our second Mascot for the Hull FC game was 12 YEAR-OLD CALLUM MOLLOY.
Callum goes to Holy Family College in Heywood and when he's not watching the Vikings, he can be found kick-boxing and playing both football and rugby.
Callum's interesting fact is that he achieved his Black Belt in kickboxing at just 8 years of age - and his favourite player is Willie Isa.
Callum is pictured with Vikings Captain Jon Clarke.
Once again, the Vikings had two Mascots for the local derby versus Warrington Wolves.
Firstly, 6 YEAR-OLD CALLUM WORTHINGTON.
Callum is a pupil of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and his favourite player is Paddy Flynn.
Callum is pictured alongside Jon Clarke.
The Vikings' second Mascot at the Warrington Wolves game was 9 YEAR-OLD DYLAN BURNS.
Dylan attends St John Fisher school in Widnes.
His favourite players are Pattick Ah Van and the Vikings' Captain Jon Clarke, who he is pictured next to just before kick-off.
They say once a Vikings fan, always a Vikings fan!
That was certainly the case with the two Mascots for the Widnes Vikings versus Salford City Reds fixture at the Stobart Stadium in early April.
Brothers; THOMAS and OLIVER McDONNELL moved from their home town of Widnes to Melbourne, Australia when they were nippers and although they support the 'Storm' down under, they are very much fully fledged Vikings - and we were delighted to have them at the game!
The Vikings Mascot for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats game was 9 year-old ELLIE BINDI WALSH-O'NEILL.
Ellie attends Spinney Ave School in Widnes and alongside her love of ‘all things' Widnes Vikings, she is also a bit of a dab hand at Karate - and is the proud owner of a Black Belt!
Ellie's favourite Vikings players are; Gareth Hock and Kevin Brown, and she is pictured alongside Vikings Captain Jon Clarke.