Saturday, September 20, 2014
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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Mathers scores 4 as Wildcats hit half century

In a Nutshell Wakefield fullback Richie Mathers scored four tries as the Wildcats proved far too strong for London Broncos, winning 22-50 at The Hive. How it Unfolded Mathers scored his first two tries in the opening ten minutes, and from that point it was always an uphill struggle for the Broncos, who were 6-30 down at half-time. Wakefield added ... Read More »

Match preview: London Broncos v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

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Wakefield will be looking to make it back-to-back wins in the Super League, and inflict a fifth straight defeat in the London Broncos in the process on Saturday. After thrashing Catalan Dragons last time out, a second straight win would make for fantastic viewing for the Wildcats fans, who are seeing their squad slowly come together after some late recruitment. ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats need to keep improving, says Agar

Former Wakefield coach Richard Agar. ©RLPhotos

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats head coach Richard Agar admits his side must keep improving if they are to avoid relegation this season, as they face a potentially huge clash against London this weekend. The Wildcats and the Broncos were the two teams tipped to struggle at the beginning of the campaign – and they only have one victory between them so ... Read More »

Two return for Wakefield Wildcats ahead of London clash

Former Wakefield coach Richard Agar. ©RLPhotos

The Wakefield Wildcats have been boosted by the return of two key stars, as they look to make it back-to-back wins this weekend against London. After their crushing victory over the Catalan Dragons last time out, their trip to the capital looks set to be a vital clash, as the relegation battle begins to take early shape across the division. ... Read More »

Richard Agar: Get used to loan deals

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Wakefield coach Richard Agar believes the current trend of Super League players going out on loan will only grow. There are currently 18 top-tier players involved in loan deals and Agar believes it is the most effective way of giving fringe players vital first-team experience. “Sometimes players can look at it from a slightly negative angle that they are being ... Read More »

I thought I’d shaken Sammut off, says Scruton

Nick Scruton is now a Wakefield player. ©RLPhotos

Wakefield prop Nick Scruton claims the Wildcats will be a force this year once their raft of new signings gel. The former Bradford and Leeds prop, 29, made his debut for his new side in their 56-14 thrashing of Catalan Dragons on Sunday, less than a week after signing his contract. “The squad here is good. We are struggling to ... Read More »

Video highlights: Wakefield Wildcats 56-14 Catalan Dragons

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Extensive video highlights from Sunday’s Super League round four fixture between Wakefield Wildcats and Catalan Dragons at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium. Click here to read our match report. After the game, we spoke to coaches Richard Agar and Laurent Frayssinous, click their names to see video interviews. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online version of ... Read More »

Video: Richard Agar still looking for improvement

Former Wakefield coach Richard Agar. ©RLPhotos

We speak to Wakefield Wildcats coach Richard Agar following his side’s 56-14 thrashing of Catalan Dragons yesterday. Click here to read our full report of the match. Wakefield head coach Richard Agar was pleased after his Wildcats spanked Catalans 56-14 but believes the side can get better as the season goes on. Agar said he was impressed by the performances ... Read More »

Match report: Wakefield Wildcats 56-14 Catalan Dragons

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In a nutshell A thoroughly dominant first-half performance, which featured five tries and six goals, helped Wakefield register their first points of the season in thrilling fashion, brushing aside Catalan Dragons 56-14. The French side, without 11 senior players, looked extremely poor in comparison and are now among the favourites for relegation. How it unfolded First half: Error-strewn opening exchanges; ... Read More »