Wakefield Wildcats host Widnes in the last fixture at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium in 2012 which means it’s also the last edition of The Trinity in a must read.
Richard Agar’s men go in to Sunday evenings clash with the Vikings knowing a win is vital in attempting to reach the play-offs and for just £2.50 you can read exclusive interviews and news from the Rapid Solicitors Stadium.
The 64-page match day magazine offers a great insight into the preparation for the visit of Widnes and offers feature interviews with props Andy Raleigh and Paul Johnson. Raleigh discusses what a positive season it has been whatever happens in the last two weeks of the season, talks about his mum being his biggest supporter and receiving nominations for Members Player of the Year.
Fellow forward Johnson talks about the victory over Hull KR, coming back from finding himself out of the Wildcats team midway through the season in what could be his last appearance at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium this evening.
Chairman Andrew Glover writes about his excitement at being in the play-off push at the right time of the season while head coach Richard Agar talks about the recent form and thanks the fans for their support throughout the season.
That is not all though as skipper Danny Kirmond describes his game of the season and hooker Paul Aiton answers your questions in Twitter Talk, including how much weight he has lost since eating through a straw!
There is a pull-out picture of Lee Smith after his brace of tries helped gain the victory over St Helens while there is all the latest news from the Wildcat Dolls, Community Trust and as always Fanzone for the Trinity junior supporters.
You can pick up your copy of The Trinity around the Rapid Solicitors Stadium on Sunday as the Wildcats host Widnes, kick off 6.45pm. Tickets are still available for the last home fixture of the year with tickets starting from £20 for adults.
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