Congratulations to our lucky winners, Keith Bird, Emma Smith, Sam Payne, Hayley Marston and Derrik Lees who entered the competition yesterday and were picked out at random.
Billy Wright was the first player to be capped 100 times for England and enjoyed a glittering career at Wolves and representing his country. The Museum has on display the cap from his 105th and final match of his international career, where England took on USA in Los Angeles on 28th May 1959. Wright signed off from England duty in style by captaining the side to an 8-1 victory.
To be in with a chance of winning one of five pairs of tickets to see Billy’s cap as well as numerous other pieces of Wolves history, answer the question below before midnight tonight. Send your answer along with your name, telephone number and address to firstname.lastname@example.org
and we’ll announce the five lucky winners tomorrow on wolves.co.uk, as well as release another question for another five pairs of tickets to be won.
Q: How many goals did Billy Wright score for England?
A Museum ticket and guide is the perfect gift to give and to receive and you can now purchase yours online by viewing the online Megastore. Click here
to take you straight to the product. Also available at Molineux Megastore.