Leading out the Rams for Sunday’s match against Toulouse Olympique will be Ethan Sawdon, 9, and Mary Hallett, 9.

Ethan and Mary are the latest youngsters to be selected as mascots following the re-launch of the initiative by the Amber Ribbon.

The pair’s favourite player is their uncle, Macauley Hallett, closely followed by Josh Guzdek and Paul Sykes.

Their first match watching the Rams was against Bradford Bulls last year, when Uncle Macauley made a try-scoring debut.

Ethan and Mary’s prediction for the match is a 12-4 win for Dewsbury.

Do you know somebody who would like to be a mascot at a Dewsbury Rams match?

If your child is between the ages of 4 and 14 then you can apply for them to be a mascot at an upcoming home match, free of charge.

The mascot will be featured in the match day programme and on the official website, lead the team out of the tunnel ahead kick-off and have the opportunity to meet the players and coaching staff.

The initiative is being facilitated on behalf of the club, and sponsored, by The Amber Ribbon, who will provide each mascot with a £10 gift voucher for the club shop.

Click here to apply.

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