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  1. COACH Chris Chester admits Wakefield Trinity need to pick up points but insists there is no despondency in the camp. View the full article
  2. AS he approaches his 300th career game, prop Craig Huby admits Wakefield Trinity must end their “unlucky streak” soon. View the full article
  3. HOLDERS HULL will have an opportunity to right some wrongs when they play host to Catalans Dragons in the sixth round of the Challenge Cup. View the full article
  4. WEARY WAKEFIELD Trinity emerged from Super League’s toughest Easter schedule with no points, but some credit. View the full article
  5. WAKEFIELD TRINITY suffered last-gasp hearbreak when Tom Lineham’s try two minutes from time secured a 22-20 victory for hosts Warrington Wolves. View the full article
  6. WAKEFIELD Trinity half-back Jacob Miller accepts his side must improve their clinical touch if they are to gain any rewards at resurgent Warrington Wolves. View the full article
  7. Head coach Chris Chester says Wakefield Trinity will venture into tomorrow’s game with “no fear” despite a raft of injuries as they prepare to face a rejuvenated Warrington Wolves. View the full article
  8. WAKEFIELD Trinity head coach Chris Chester is in talks to extend the deals of all three of his half-backs – given they are all out of contract at the end of this season, writes DAVE CRAVEN. View the full article
  9. SO OFTEN Easter Monday games deliver performances that are as appealing as a stale hot-cross bun. View the full article
  10. Five Yorkshire clubs were in action in Super League on Easter Monday. Here’s a round-up. View the full article
  11. WAKEFIELD TRINITY will have to compete for 80 minutes to overcome visitors Wigan Warriors today, hooker Kyle Wood has warned. View the full article
  12. AS Jaded players prepare for their second installment of the hectic Easter period, Wakefield Trinity hooker Kyle Wood conceded mental strength is as key as anything else. View the full article
  13. AT TIMES yesterday, sublime Castleford Tigers looked like they were playing a whole different ball game to anyone else in Super League. View the full article
  14. WAKEFIELD Trinity head coach Chris Chester could not hide his disappointment after his “clueless” side fell 42-24 at Castleford Tigers. View the full article
  15. THE march of Castleford Tigers goes on and on. View the full article