Following in the footsteps of the Polish greats at Wembley, Mykolage Oledowski hopes to make it a dream cup treble.
It will be a step closer to his rugby league dream of playing for England.
Born and raised in an Eastern European country, Leeds Prop.
Uncle Bartek, who moved to the UK at the age of nine, will lead a family party tuned in Gdansk and Warsaw.
This is the third sporting victory Daddy Sebastian has celebrated since winning last year’s Polish Cup and Super Cup favorite football team Lechia Gdansk.
Admitting that rugby supports England and Poland football, Oledzky said: “Football is important to my father, he loves to watch it, he sees it every time he plays Poland – I can’t stand him!
“Lechia’s team, which we grew up with, will always be supportive. They win the cup and I’m going to win the Challenge Cup – I think he’s more excited than me!
“I haven’t talked to my dad yet, but he will bring something about John Tomaszewski’s likes, for me he has football knowledge, and there will be a few stories.
“I was too young to know about it and I had to ask my dad. It would be a great honor to be the first Polish rugby player to play at Wembley.
“But my dream is to play rugby league for England, which is one of the elite groups in the world, and the biggest challenge is to create that team.
“I grew up in England and have been here for 13 years. I will proudly represent England and you should perform on big stages like the Challenge Cup Final. ”
Meanwhile, Richie Myler has revealed that he will start out completely younger than young star Jack Walker – 10 years from Wembley’s heart attack.
The 30-year-old left when he was in Warrington in 2010, and when the 21-year-old wanted to, he was ready to repeat what Winnie Anderson did then.
He said: “Jack has an old head on the young man’s shoulder and is incredibly talented. It is unfortunate that he has been injured for eight months.
“If he wants to say something, I have an ear to hear, but I’m sure he’s not interested right now. I’m sure he’s back. “
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