posted on 3 March 2016

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and the Community Team have announced a further three Player Development Days for this month. 

The Development Days are part of the Embed the Pathway Scheme which will see the young players work on their core skills and abilities through the player profiling sessions. 

Embed the Pathway Scheme is a coaching programme run by the RFL which opened its doors in 2015. The sole focus of the scheme is to increase the number of quality 12 to 14 year old rugby players through education and training. 

Lead Community Officer James Stephenson said, "This is a fantastic opportunity for players to get a taste of professional development at a Super League club and we look forward to seeing many rising stars attending here at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats."

The upcoming dates are:

Monday 21st March - U14s/Year 9 - 10am until 2pm at Belle Vue Stadium 

Tuesday 22nd March - U13s/Year 8 - 10am until 2pm at Sandal RU

Tuesday 29th March - U12s/Year 7 - 10am until 2pm at Sandal RU

The first session on Monday 21st March will take place at Belle Vue Stadium and the other two sessions on Tuesday 22nd March and Tuesday 29th March will take place at Sandal RU. 

Places are extremely limited, for further information or to book your place, please contact our Head of Youth and Development Richard Kelly at or you can email our Lead Community Officer James Stephenson at 


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