Danny Kirmond believes the Wildcats end of season form has ensured the squad will go into pre-season in a positive frame of mind.
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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.
Dean Collis has returned to the 19-man squad for the final game of the First Utility Super League season against Hull KR.
The Wildcats have made Chris Riley the fifth new addition to the squad for 2015.
Lucas Walshaw has signed a two-year contract with Bradford Bulls from 2015.
Taulima Tautai has played his final game for the Wildcats after being handed a one-match ban by an independent disciplinary committee.
Nick Scruton and Matt Ryan took home two awards apiece at the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 2014 awards night.
A valiant second half fightback ultimately came up short for the brave Wildcats.
James Webster says the Wildcats go into Sunday’s derby as big underdogs but is confident his side will perform.
Homegrown duo Chris Annakin and Jordan Crowther have been named in the 19-man squad to face Castleford Tigers.