MEDIA WATCH: WILDCATS TO MAKE MOST OF FREE WEEK

posted on 17 February 2012

Head Coach Richard Agar says there will be no easing off for his players despite having a weekend free of Super League action.

Richard Agar says there will be no easing off for his players.

With scheduled round three opponents Leeds Rhinos in World Club Challenge action against Manly Sea Eagles tonight, the Wildcats are without a fixture until next Saturday’s home clash with Bradford Bulls (kick-off: 7.45pm).

Speaking in Friday’s Wakefield Express, Agar says after some rest earlier this week the focus will be firmly on getting ready for the Bulls game.

“There are a few tight calves and some soreness but the week off has enabled me to rest a few players and get refreshed in time for Bradford,” said Agar.

“We will be building up the work over this weekend and I will not be easing up on the players.

Agar says there will be no easing up as the Wildcats prepare to welcome Bradford Bulls next weekend.

“We won’t take our foot off the pedal at all. ¬†We will continue to keep doing what we are doing and try to get better on the things we have been working hard on.”

You can read all of what Agar had to say in this week’s Wakefield Express which also includes how the Wildcats are helping Newton Hill cricket club raise much needed funds.

Tickets for next Saturday’s game against Bradford are on sale now in the Wildcats retail outlet in the Ridings Centre or the new box office at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium, which is also open on Saturday’s.

You can also buy by calling 01924 201548 or online by clicking HERE.

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