CUMBRIAN super league legend Kyle Amor has issued a final rallying cry ahead of the Cumbria game this weekend.

This Friday, October 13 will mark the end of Kyle’s glowing career as he plays his final testimonial game at the LEL Arena, with Cumbria taking on Wales.

The former St Helens star has encouraged fans to show rugby league what the game means to people in the county.

Times and Star: David Seeds in charge of tackle bagsDavid Seeds in charge of tackle bags (Image: Gary Mckeating)

Speaking to The Whitehaven News ahead of the Cumbrian training session on Monday, Kyle said: “I think for me it’s just that rallying cry to come down and support Cumbria.

“Let’s show rugby league what Cumbrian rugby league means to Cumbrian people.

“All this game will do is just strengthen the armoury for whenever we want a topflight game - like if there is a World Cup warm up game or another four nations game.

"If we can keep producing crowds and showing that there is an appetite for the game, that people want to watch topflight rugby, then it can’t be ignored.

“I guarantee you as soon as I get into Whitehaven, within the first 20 people, one of them will be wearing some type of rugby gear, maybe even more.

Times and Star: Kyle Amor at training on Monday evening.Kyle Amor at training on Monday evening. (Image: Gary Mckeating)

“We’re tribal about our amateur clubs. We’re tribal about super league and which clubs we all support. We’ve have even got NRL clubs now.

"For me, the shirts sales and how people have got behind the kit we have had made shows that people want to be tribal about where they are from, which county they're from and that’s Cumbria... and they actually want to come together and support this.

“But we need numbers, and we need to show that when we are going to put games on, they’re going to be well supported.”

Cumbria and Wales have both released sides ahead of the match.

Times and Star: Paul Crarey coaches the session for the Cumbria players.Paul Crarey coaches the session for the Cumbria players. (Image: Gary Mckeating)

CUMBRIA SQUAD: Kyle Amor, Jordan Johnstone, Brad Singleton, Brad Walker, Alistair Leek, Tee Ritson, Gregg Mcnally, James Donaldson, Luke Broadbent, Andrew Bulman, Charlie Elmslie, Luke Cresswell, Ryan Shaw, Curtis Teare, Jamie Doran, Perry Singleton, Connor Holiday, Jake Carter, Jordan Thompson, Steve Scholey, Jordan Burns.

WALES SQUAD: Caleb Aekins, Sam Bowrig, Max Clarke, Connor Davies, Curtis Davies, Jude Ferreira, Dan Fleming, Matty Fozard, Charlie Glover, Kyle Huish, Elliot Kear, Josh Lynch, Owen Restall, Matt Ross, Ben Sheils, Luke Thomas, Ant Walker, Billy Walkley, Calvin Wellington, Huw Worthington.

Tickets are now available on the gate at the event, Adults: £18, Concessions: £15 and Children: £10.