In this week’s League Express column, Garry Schofield stated that a team of players currently playing for clubs in the bottom four of Super League could make up a very competitive team in the competition. With the league entering the
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
Chris Chester was as surprised as anyone after witnessing his Wakefield side decimate Wigan 62-0. The Wildcats registered their fourth successive victory and their joint most emphatic in the Super League era. Wakefield’s only 62-point victory in Super League before
Wakefield second-rower Jon Molloy claims that the opportunity to send the fans home happy recently is a reward for their continued commitment to the cause. “They’re awesome,” said Molly of the Wakefield supporters. “On Good Friday against Huddersfield and then
A Carney-less Catalans in England Sure, they were without Todd Carney for last weekend’s game against Widnes in Perpignan, but this weekend, Catalans will be without their mercurial half-back for a trip to England. Recently though, visits across the Channel
Wakefield chairman Michael Carter has lauded the performances of winger Tom Johnstone. The youngster has produced a number of scintillating performances in recent weeks, notably scoring a sensational try against Huddersfield and a hat-trick in victory over Salford. His dazzling
Tom Johnstone has been the talk of Super League following his exceptional form recently, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed by fans and rival clubs alike. Since scoring a sensational try against Huddersfield on Good Friday, the Wildcats winger has been
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats earned a deserved 32-18 victory today against Salford Red Devils at Belle Vue. It was Wakefield’s third successive victory under new coach Chris Chester, and it was distinguished by a hat-trick by Wildcats winger Tom Johnstone, who
Anthony England and Anthony Tupou have been named in Wakefield’s squad to face Salford. The two forwards return to the fold after missing out in victory over Leeds, with impressive forward England being rested due to an ongoing ankle problem.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats boss Chris Chester couldn’t hide his pride after completing an Easter double on Monday. After victory against Huddersfield on Good Friday, an impressive enough result, the Wildcats made it two wins from three under Chester by going
Chris Chester picked up his first win as Wakefield head coach on Good Friday, with the Wildcats chief delighted with his side’s attitude. Wakefield survived a scare to defeat the struggling Giants, with Tom Johnstone’s spectacular solo try securing victory.