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Smith to play for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Tim-Smith

Salford Red Devils have confirmed that their scrum-half Tim Smith – who is on loan at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats – will be allowed to play against them this weekend, as both teams prepare for a huge clash in the race for the top eight. A number of clubs have chosen to invoke clauses preventing their loan players playing against them ... Read More »

Washbrook commits to Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Danny-Washbrook-Wakefield-C

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have secured the services of forward Danny Washbrook for another year, after he penned a one-year extension to his contract with the club. The former Hull FC man will spend a fourth consecutive season with the Wildcats after signing his new deal, with Washbrook admitting he had no interest in signing for anyone else other than Wakefield. ... Read More »

Richard Moore leaves Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Richard-Moore

Richard Moore has left Wakefield Trinity Wildcats by mutual consent. The 32-year old prop was in his second stint at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium having signed on a one-year deal for 2014.  He made 15 First Utility Super League appearances, taking his total in Wildcats colours to 107 following his first spell between 2007 and 2010. What do you think ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats prop out for season

Nick-Scruton

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been dealt a blow for their remaining Super League games, after prop Nick Scruton was ruled out for the rest of the season due to injury. Scruton has been in excellent form for the Wildcats since joining from Bradford Bulls earlier this season, and has helped steer the Wildcats away from relegation trouble with some superb ... Read More »

Five things to expect from the Rugby League weekend

Hull FC and Castleford Tigers kicked off yet another blockbusting weekend of Rugby League action on Thursday night, and attention will now turn to the rest of the clubs in action – across the Super League and the Kingstone Press Championships. There’s plenty to be played for – with a couple of big results potentially in the pipeline should things ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward out for season

Matt-Ryan

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been dealt a blow, after coach James Webster revealed that forward Matt Ryan will miss the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury. Ryan has impressed for the Wildcats in 2014 but, after Webster revealed he has been playing with the injury for the last few weeks, the club have taken the option to ... Read More »

Preview: Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman speaks to us

Michael Carter. ©wakefieldwildcats.co.uk

In Monday’s edition of League Express, we’ve an exclusive interview with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats chairman Michael Carter, where he tells us about his first  year in charge of the club. He talks to us about the future of the club in terms of a new ground, and just what it will take in order for the Wildcats to spend the ... Read More »

Two changes for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Jarrod-Sammut

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been handed a major boost ahead of their trip to Catalan on Saturday, after captain Danny Kirmond returned to their squad for the trip across the Channel. Kirmond missed out against Widnes last Thursday due to injury, but he is the touring party for the game which could have a defining impact on the Wildcats’ position ... Read More »

We don’t see a loss coming, says Wakefield Trinity Wildcats star

Nick-Scruton

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats prop Nick Scruton has bullishly claimed that the team don’t see a loss coming, as they prepare for their fifth game under the stewardship of new coach James Webster this evening. Scruton – who signed a new two-year deal with the club yesterday – will be looking to make it five games unbeaten with Webster as head ... Read More »

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats star pens new deal

Nick-Scruton

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Prop Nick Scruton has signed a new two-year deal to remain at the Wildcats until the end of 2016. The 29-year old signed from Bradford Bulls in March on a one-year deal and has agreed to extend his stay after 16 Super League outings in the red, white and blue in which he has racked up over ... Read More »