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  1. CHALLENGE Cup holders Holders Hull will begin their defence of the trophy at part-timers Featherstone Rovers. View the full article
  2. England will warm up for the visit of New Zealand in the autumn with an international against France on October 20. View the full article
  3. THEIR stunning win over Betfred Super League leaders St Helens five days earlier should have been a springboard, but Wakefield Trinity belly-flopped to a bitterly disappointing defeat at Salford Red Devils last night. View the full article
  4. WAKEFIELD TRINITY are aiming to “get on a roll” when they visit Salford Red Devils tonight. View the full article
  5. IF ever Wakefield Trinity’s Liam Finn wondered whether delaying surgery on his broken finger would be worth all the discomfort, a vital victory over Super League leaders St Helens will have given him his answer. View the full article
  6. WAKEFIELD Trinity coach Chris Chester admits he can “sleep better” at last after his side ended their losing run with a fine win over Super League leaders St Helens yesterday. View the full article
  7. WAKEFIELD TRINITY broke their five-game losing run in unexpected, but deserved, fashion yesterday by stunning Betfred Super League leaders St Helens. View the full article
  8. HAVING represented England and Great Britain, I know what it feels like to play for my country – and crucially how important international rugby league is for the sport’s future. View the full article
  9. VICTORIES WILL come, Wakefield Trinity forward Justin Horo insists. View the full article
  10. LEEDS RHINOS staged an impressive late rally to inflict more misery on Wakefield Trinity in a dramatic derby at Belle Vue. View the full article
  11. WAKEFIELD TRINITY coach Chris Chester made no attempt to hide his dismay after a fifth successive defeat. View the full article
  12. SUPER League champions Leeds Rhinos and beaten Grand Finalists Castleford Tigers emerged victorious following two absorbing West Yorkshire derbies yesterday. View the full article
  13. Leeds Rhinos battled back to pip Wakefield Trinity 28-26 in a thrilling derby at Mobile Rocket Stadium, Belle Vue. View the full article
  14. WHEREAS most players are feeling the strain at this time of year, not particularly looking forward to a third game in just over a week, Leeds Rhinos’ Brett Ferres is in a slightly different position. View the full article
  15. WAKEFIELD Trinity coach Chris Chester says half-back Liam Finn has a broken finger that could leave him out of action for up to two months. View the full article