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Video highlights: Wakefield Wildcats v Widnes Vikings

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Extensive video highlights from Thursday’s Super League round 20 clash between Wakefield Wildcats and Widnes Vikings. For in-depth analysis and statistics, buy a copy of today’s League Express newspaper. What do you think about this game? Discuss this, and many other Rugby League topics, on or free fans’ forum. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online ... Read More »

Wildcats sign Simon from Catalan Dragons

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have continued to build for 2015 with the signing of Mickael Simon on a two-year deal. The 27-year old prop becomes James Webster’s second acquisition for next season following the signing of Craig Hall from Hull KR. Standing at 6ft 2in tall and weighing over 16 stone, Simon will join the Wildcats for pre-season in November having ... Read More »

The Fab Five: Stars of the weekend

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It’s been another outstanding weekend of Rugby League action, with shocks, twists and surprises all across the country to seriously shake up the top three divisions. In Super League, the play-off race is well and truly alive after another defeat for Widnes – this time against one of their big rivals for the eight. And the Championship is hotting up ... Read More »

The race for Super League’s eighth place

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After Wakefield managed to overcome Widnes by a narrow margin on Thursday night, the race for eighth spot in Super League 2014 has been blown wide open. Four teams are seperated by just four points after Wakefield’s victory, with Salford six off Widnes – but still well and truly in the mix. A win for Hull Kingston Rovers at Leeds ... Read More »

Wildcats win opens up top-eight race

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats defeated Widnes Vikings 12-10 at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium tonight to move to within two points of the eighth-placed Vikings and opening up the race for eighth place with the prospect of a thrilling finish to the season. At half-time the Vikings led 0-4, having scored the only try of the game through Danny Tickle, who got ... Read More »

We don’t see a loss coming, says Wakefield Trinity Wildcats star

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats prop Nick Scruton has bullishly claimed that the team don’t see a loss coming, as they prepare for their fifth game under the stewardship of new coach James Webster this evening. Scruton – who signed a new two-year deal with the club yesterday – will be looking to make it five games unbeaten with Webster as head ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats star pens new deal

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Prop Nick Scruton has signed a new two-year deal to remain at the Wildcats until the end of 2016. The 29-year old signed from Bradford Bulls in March on a one-year deal and has agreed to extend his stay after 16 Super League outings in the red, white and blue in which he has racked up over ... Read More »

Wakefield beat Leeds 16-14 in thrilling finish

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats scored a dramatic win over Leeds Rhino with a late try by loanee Richard Owen to continue their climb away from the foot of the table, with new coach James Webster now going four matches unbeaten since taking over from Richard Agar. On a generally wet evening, Wakefield took the lead in the 16th minute when Danny ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats a different beast, says boss

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats head coach James Webster has warned that his side are not the same team who suffered two thumping defeats to Leeds Rhinos earlier in the season – admitting they believe they have every chance of causing another upset by beating the Rhinos tonight. Since Webster took charge, the Wildcats are unbeaten in their last three games – ... Read More »

Riley likely to stay at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

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On-loan Warrington winger Chris Riley is likely to stay at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for the foreseeable future, after boss Tony Smith admitted they are “OK” without the services of Riley at the moment. Smith also believes that Riley – who is one of the Wolves’ longest-serving players – will benefit from remaining at Wakefield too, rather than coming back to ... Read More »