Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Andy Raleigh to retire at end of current season

Andy-Raleigh

Wildcats forward Andy Raleigh has announced his retirement following a 12 year career in Rugby League. The 33-year-old will retire from the sport at the end of 2014. Raleigh, who has played the game since he was eight and experienced the sport from every level including student rugby, National League and Super League, has decided to hang up his boots. ... Read More »

Riley: I said sorry for Warrington hat-trick

Riley-Wakefield

On-loan Wakefield winger Chris Riley claims he apologised to Tony Smith, coach of his parent club Warrington Wolves, after scoring a match-winning hat-trick against them on Sunday. The 26-year-old has spent 17 games on loan at Belle Vue this season after falling out of favour, and showed Smith just what he was missing with a superb display. “I did bump ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward out for season

Matt-Ryan

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been dealt a blow, after coach James Webster revealed that forward Matt Ryan will miss the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury. Ryan has impressed for the Wildcats in 2014 but, after Webster revealed he has been playing with the injury for the last few weeks, the club have taken the option to ... Read More »

Richard Moore refutes Bradford Bulls rumour

Richard-Moore

Wakefield prop Richard Moore has refuted a rumour linking him with former club Bradford Bulls, after he was told he doesn’t have a future with the Wildcats. The 32-year-old Bradford academy product signed a one-year deal with Trinity at the start of 2014 but has made only 13 appearances due to injuries and and new coach James Webster has not ... Read More »

Wakefield: Michael Carter calls on Wildcats fans

Michael Carter. ©wakefieldwildcats.co.uk

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman Michael Carter has issued a rallying cry to the people of Wakefield – get behind your team, and we can spend the full salary cap in 2015. The Wildcats secured their safety in Super League with seven games remaining, a feat many consider incredible following an off-season of turmoil. And Carter admits that their main target ... Read More »

Wildcats: Lauitiiti likely to extend Wakefield stay

Ali-Lauitiiti

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have opened talks with Ali Lauitiiti about the veteran second-rower staying with the club for another year. Lauitiiti suffered a serious knee injury earlier in the season, but returned to the field against Widnes recently and made a strong contribution. The former Kiwi international, who turned 35 last week, joined Wakefield from Leeds in 2012. He is ... Read More »

Preview: Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman speaks to us

Michael Carter. ©wakefieldwildcats.co.uk

In Monday’s edition of League Express, we’ve an exclusive interview with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman Michael Carter, where he tells us about his first  year in charge of the club. He talks to us about the future of the club in terms of a new ground, and just what it will take in order for the Wildcats to spend the ... Read More »

Milestones: Super League Round 21

Paul-Wellens

Round 21 of the 2014 Super League season got underway in dramatic fashion last night, as Leeds Rhinos and Castleford Tigers played out a stunning 24-24 draw. But there is still plenty of action left in the tank this weekend, as six more games take place – with some pivotal games in store. Bradford’s relegation to the Championship could be ... Read More »

Two changes for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Jarrod-Sammut

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been handed a major boost ahead of their trip to Catalan on Saturday, after captain Danny Kirmond returned to their squad for the trip across the Channel. Kirmond missed out against Widnes last Thursday due to injury, but he is the touring party for the game which could have a defining impact on the Wildcats’ position ... Read More »

Wakefield: Lyne signs Trinity contract extension

Reece-Lyne

Wakefield outside back Reece Lyne has committed his future to the Wildcats by signing a new three-year contract. The 21-year old still had over a year remaining on his current contract but has opted to extend his stay at the club. A former England Academy international, Lyne has been an impressive performer for the Wildcats in 2014 scoring eight tries ... Read More »