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  1. LEEDS RHINOS’ injury problems have persisted, but things are looking up for Friday’s opponents Wakefield Trinity. View the full article
  2. DISAPPOINTED COACH Chris Chester accepted his share of the blame following Wakefield Trinity’s “embarrassing” 35-18 home loss to Catalans Dragons. View the full article
  3. Wakefield Trinity are in danger of being sucked into Betfred Super League’s bottom-four after a 35-18 home defeat by in-form Catalans Dragons on Saturday night View the full article
  4. HULL KR playmaker Danny McGuire has spoken publicly for the first time about his blood clot worry and how he sought advice from former Leeds Rhinos colleague Ben Jones-Bishop about the potentially life-threatening condition. View the full article
  5. A “cheeky” request to RFL head of match officials Steve Ganson to have the two points awarded from last week’s defeat to St Helens was rejected but Wakefield Trinity coach Chris Chester is confident his side can achieve their goals off their own back. View the full article
  6. WE are now in France and getting ready for the challenge ahead. View the full article
  7. FOR ALL those football fans getting bogged down by different permutations when it comes to routes to the World Cup final, it is plain and simple in comparison to what lies ahead for rugby league’s Qualifiers. View the full article
  8. St Helens went six points clear at the top of Betfred Super League as they extended their winning run to eight games against Wakefield – the last team to beat them back in April. View the full article
  9. WAKEFIELD Trinity coach Chris Chester sees no reason why lightning cannot strike twice for his side against St Helens. View the full article
  10. Wakefield Trinity boss Chris Chester is hoping for good news on captain Danny Kirmond’s knee issue. View the full article
  11. When I was 17, I didn’t know where I was going in life. View the full article
  12. IT IS an indication of how much standards have improved at Wakefield Trinity that coach Chris Chester could see his team score 44 points in a crucial win and admit afterwards to being “disappointed” with the performance. View the full article
  13. MAX JOWITT has had to bide his time to get a decent run as Wakefield Trinity’s full-back so – now he has it – has no intention of giving up the role easily. View the full article
  14. WITH the utmost respect, Sam Burgess is one of those annoying sorts who seems to be good at everything. You know the ones; can turn their hand to anything, effortlessly at ease regardless. View the full article
  15. ENGLAND winger Jermaine McGillvary says players play for Wayne Bennett because he always puts complete “trust” in them. View the full article