AGAR NAMES UNCHANGED SQUAD FOR LONDON

posted on 15 February 2013

Richard Agar has named an unchanged 19-man squad to take on London on Sunday after the 36-20 victory over Hull KR.

Kyle Amor is fit to face the Broncos.

That means Kyle Amor and Justin Poore are in contention to make their third appearances of the season after picking up injuries last week. Amor suffered a head knock in collision with Con Mika while Poore suffered slight tightening to his hamstring at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium.

Tim Smith and Andy Raleigh are expected to feature at the Twickenham Stoop (kick-off 3pm) after impressing on their return from injury in the much improved display over the Robins.

Agar and his squad travel down to the capital tomorrow and he is pleased to have Amor fit and available for selection.

“He got a knock on the head but he’s alright, he passed a head test earlier in the week so he’s had a full weeks training and we came through relatively unscathed which was another pleasing factor.”

The Wakefield head coach was speaking to Wildcats TV and you can see the full interview on our YouTube channel over the weekend.

The squad in full:

1. Richard MATHERS

2. Peter FOX

3. Dean COLLIS

5. Ben COCKAYNE

6. Paul SYKES

7. Tim SMITH

8. Justin POORE

9. Paul AITON

10. Andy RALEIGH

11. Ali LAUITIITI

12. Danny KIRMOND

13. Danny WASHBROOK

14. Kyle WOOD

15. Kyle AMOR

16. Oliver WILKES

17. Frankie MARIANO

19. Vince MELLARS

20. Reece LYNE

27. Chris ANNAKIN

Brad Singleton has once again missed out on selection and has returned to Leeds Rhinos as he is expected to play for their partner club Hunslet Hawks this weekend.

Danny Cowling, Liam Kay and Bobbie Goulding are set to be joined by Kyle Trout on dual-registration at Doncaster subject to paperwork. The Dons host Workington at the Keepmoat Stadium, kick-off 3pm on Sunday. Lucas Walshaw is also expected to feature in the Kingstone Press Championship this weekend as Dewsbury take on Hunslet.

Tickets for the Wildcats trip down the M1 are available up until noon on Saturday from the Wildcats retail outlets and will also be available on the day at Twickenham Stoop. If you are travelling to London without a ticket you will need to purchase yours from the Broncos ticket office as there will be no cash turnstiles.

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