Wakefield head coach Brian Smith criticised his side’s defensive display as they were defeated 42-28 by Catalans. The Wildcats were put to the sword early on and trailed 26-0, before mounting an unbelievable comeback to bring the scores back to
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Wakefield head coach Brian Smith has stated that his side are continuously making progress ahead of today’s game with Catalans. With one victory to their name after four outings, the Wildcats are hopeful of turning performances into victories this weekend.
The Brett Ferres factor in Leeds v Huddersfield It’s safe to say Leeds v Huddersfield on Friday night is a huge game for many reasons. Chief amongst them is the form of both sides so early in the year –
Leigh Centurions have secured their second loan signing of the day, bringing in Wakefield winger Richard Owen on loan. The one-month loan will give Owen a chance to continue his recovery from a serious leg injury while covering Leigh’s depleted squad.
Brian Smith has expressed his frustrations over the upcoming Super League schedule. Wakefield face Warrington on Friday, just five days after their hard-fought victory over Hull Kingston Rovers. In contrast, Warrington haven’t played for 12 days, when the also defeated Rovers.
A thrilled Brian Smith couldn’t contain his delight after victory over Hull KR, shouting ‘we’re off the bottom’ in his post-match press conference. The Wildcats held on to defeat Rovers 14-12, with tries from Mickael Simon and Stuart Howarth earning
Wakefield three-quarter Richard Owen is closing in on a return to first-team duties after making his return to action. Owen was a scorer for a Wakefield select side against Dewsbury Rams reserves. It was his first outing since breaking his
Wakefield head coach Brian Smith was disappointed by the way his side faded away in their 40-6 defeat to Castleford. A Stuart Howarth try had given the Wildcats an early lead, but when a Ben Roberts score put Castleford ahead
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been fined £20,000 after an independent tribunal found them guilty of breaches of RFL Operational Rules following crowd misconduct during their clash against Bradford Bulls last August. The matter relates to Wakefield’s home fixture in the