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  1. WHILE Castleford Tigers, LeedsRhinos, Hull FC, Wakefield Trinity and Huddersfield Giants take a break from Super League action after 23 rounds, they can now begin planning properly for the run-in to the 2017 season with the release of the fixtures for the Super 8s. View the full article
  2. CASTLEFORD Tigers will kick-off this season’s Super 8s with a televised home game against St Helens on Thursday August 3. View the full article
  3. DISAPPOINTMENT tinged with pride was coach Chris Chester’s reaction after Wakefield Trinity finished fifth in the Super League table. View the full article
  4. IT WAS case of so near, yet so far for Wakefield Trinity as they agonisingly dropped out of Super League’s top-four in the final 10 minutes of the regular season. View the full article
  5. Wakefield Trinity dropped out of the top-four on the final afternoon of the regular Betfred Super League season after they were beaten 40-16 at home by St Helens. View the full article
  6. HE can take the ‘Grandad’ jibes fine, but Wakefield Trinity’s players certainly now know not to joke about certain other things around Scott Grix. View the full article
  7. Wakefield centre Bill Tupou inspired his side to a crucial 36-8 victory over Widnes Vikings to maintain their push for a top-four finish in Super League. View the full article
  8. WAKEFIELD TRINITY hooker Kyle Wood hopes the same determined attitude tonight will bring a different result. View the full article
  9. GUTTED Wakefield Trinity prop Adam Walker has urged his side not to let a cruel late loss against Castleford Tigers deflate their top-four ambitions. View the full article
  10. THERE must have been a nagging feeling among Wakefield Trinity fans, as their side led 16-0 against Super League leaders Castleford Tigers last night, that their fierce rivals would not play as badly again in the second period. View the full article
  11. John Kear was just 13 years old when Wakefield Trinity last lifted the league title in 1968 yet he would not have cared one jot being an ardent Castleford fan. View the full article
  12. WAKEFIELD Trinity’s Reece Lyne last night failed in his bid to overturn a two-game ban for a dangerous tackle. View the full article
  13. THERE was an unexpected twist to a familiar scenario when Wakefield Trinity faced Warrington Wolves in a game of huge significance at both ends of the Super League table. View the full article
  14. Wakefield Trinity broke their three-game losing streak with a precious 26-12 success against visitors Warrington Wolves. View the full article
  15. Wakefield Trinity coach Chris Chester insists “there’s no panic” at Belle Vue as the club chase a top-four spot in Super League. View the full article