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Win tickets for Saints v Wolves at Magic Weekend
Updated 10:53am Tuesday 13th May 2014 in Sport
SAINTS will hit the big stage on Sunday May 18 when Nathan Brown and his team take on Warrington Wolves at Etihad Stadium Manchester, in a match that will be one of the highlights of Magic Weekend 2014.
The big derby kicks off at 5.00pm and two lucky St Helens Star readers, plus a guest each, can be there to see the drama unfold courtesy of Super League sponsors First Utility.
The match is the final game of an action-packed day which starts with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Castleford Tigers at 12.30pm followed by Huddersfield Giants v Bradford Bulls at 2.45pm.
We have two pairs of tickets giving access to all three games to give away.
Over the next two days we will ask a total of three Manchester themed rugby league questions.
On Wednesday, after the third question has been asked, email all three answers, together with your address and daytime telephone number to email@example.com.
Two of the all correct entrants will then be drawn.
Closing date is 5pm on Wednesday May 14. Normal T&A competition rules apply. No multiple entrants please.
Magic Weekend sees seven First Utility Super League matches played at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester on May 17 and 18. There are four matches on Saturday (London Broncos v Catalan Dragons, Widnes Vikings v Salford Red Devils, Hull KR v Hull FC and Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos) and three on the Sunday (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Castleford Tigers, Bradford Bulls v Huddersfield Giants and Warrington Wolves v St Helens).
Tickets for Magic Weekend 2014 are in limited supply across both days: tickets cost from just £25 for the day (£12.50 concessions) and £40 for the weekend (£20 concessions) and can be purchased by calling the 24-hour Rugby League Ticket Hotline on 0844 856 1113 or by visiting www.rugbyleaguetickets.co.uk
Question number 1: From which club did Saints sign Stan McCormick from for a world record £4,000.
Question two will be posted today after 6pm.