Wakefield Wildcats Head Coach, James Webster, has given his reaction to the 2015 fixtures that were published on Sunday evening.
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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have made another of their 2014 loan signings a permanent addition to the squad with Richard Owen penning a three-year deal.
As the countdown to the Rugby League New Era well and truly begins, this evening sees the release of the 2015 fixtures.
The Wildcats have secured the future of one of their hottest prospects by tying Max Jowitt to a new four-year deal to the end of 2018.
Tim Smith has returned to the Wildcats on a permanent basis for 2015 after signing a one-year contract.
Jon Molloy is hungry for more opportunities to show what he’s capable of after his best Super League season to date.
James Webster is set to have a near fully fit squad at his disposal when the 2015 squad report for the start of pre-season training at the end of the month.
Scott Anderson is confident the Wildcats can make an impression on Super League in 2015.
Danny Kirmond believes the Wildcats end of season form has ensured the squad will go into pre-season in a positive frame of mind.
Fans’ favourite Pita Godinet is aiming for the Wildcats to come back bigger and better in 2015.
Hull KR scored 30 unanswered first half points to end the Trinity season on a sour note.
James Webster is anticipating an entertaining final game of the 2014 season for the Wildcats.