The Trinity returns on Sunday for a bumper double edition including previews of the back-to-back home clashes with London Broncos and Hull FC.
With the Queens Jubilee celebrations falling between the two matches and two welcome days off for the British public, it has also caused havoc with the Wildcats matchday magazine.
Content and design of The Trinity is always carried out on the first two days of a home match week ready to print on Wednesday in time for the weekend, but with both days public holidays we’ve had to combine both programmes into one.
Both games will be covered including an insightful interview with Richard Mathers who talks about how he hopes the Castleford victory can kick start the Wildcats season and openly discusses his future.
The on-loan Castleford full-back has been one of the Wildcats most consistent performers and he explains what his thoughts are about which club he will play for next season.
You can read Chairman Andrew Glover’s latest news on Newmarket and how June 19th could be his best birthday yet.
Head Coach Richard Agar looks ahead to the home double header after the derby day victory over Castleford at the Magic Weekend.
There is also a feature interview with Matt James about landing on his feet at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium and the possibility of a call-up back to the Welsh national side.
With issue eight of the match day programme covering two games we look in-depth at the next two opponents and we pick the ones to watch from the Broncos and the Airlie Birds and explain their season so far.
In The Trinity we have this and much more including Danny Washbrook in Twitter Talk as he explains Frankie Mariano is a look-a-like for a certain cartoon character and academy full-back Jordan Grayston talks about looking to shine in the Nines tournament which got underway this week.
Your copy of The Trinity can be picked up around the stadium this Sunday and next for just £2.50.
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