Wakefield Wildcats will be hoping to build from their last home victory over Salford against Warrington Wolves this afternoon.
The game at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium also means the return of The Trinity for its seventh edition of 2012 with it packed full of information and news for the Wildcats faithful.
Head Coach Richard Agar writes his usual programme notes and has some interesting views on the Sky Sports coverage in reflection to the win over the City Reds.
Andrew Glover writes exclusively for us and gives his views whilst we also have a feature interview with loanee Paul Sykes and he discusses how he’s settled into the club and the importance of putting together a polished 80 minute performance.
After the 38-12 away defeat to St Helens the goal kicker – who is just four points away from the 1,000 points landmark in Super League – is keen to stress he and his team mates need to learn from their mistakes at Langtree Park ahead of the clash with the Wolves.
All the Trinity fans purchasing the match day programme will also have the chance of getting to know youngster Lucas Walshaw. After his impressive early season form he is now back from injury and ready to try and force his way back into the thinking of Agar whilst the former Dewsbury Celtic 18-year-old looks towards the future.
There is much, much more including Twitter Talk with Kyle Wood, a profile on academy player Mat Cook, pull out poster of vice-captain Danny Kirmond and information on how to get a run out on the pitch in the hours leading up to the home clash with Hull FC.
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