Wakefield Trinity

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SQUAD NEWS David Fifita and Mason Caton-Brown return for Friday's trip to Warrington Wolves but Danny Kirmond and Tyler Randell are both ruled out through injury. Titus Gwaze retains his place in the 19-man squad and is line for his Trinity debut. And fresh from signing a first-team contract and playing in the Academy Origin game last week, Connor Bailey has been included. (19 June)

RED DEVILS 44-20 TRINITY Salford avenged their defeat at Wakefield earlier in the season to record a big win on a difficult afternoon for Trinity. Jacob Miller and Ben Jones-Bishop both scored two tries for Wakefield, who were on the back foot throughout as Salford inflicted their fifth defeat in a row. (16 June)

SQUAD NEWS Chris Chester has named his 19-man squad for Sunday’s game against Salford Red Devils. Titus Gwaze is in contention to make his first-team debut, having been recalled from a loan spell at Oldham. Pauli Pauli is also set to feature in the back-row, against the team he’s spent the last month on-loan with. Lee Kershaw is also recalled to the team and will play on the wing. (14 June)

TRINITY 0-10 RHINOS Trinity lost to their West Yorkshire rivals in a rain-lashed match against Leeds Rhinos. Wakefield dominated the possession and territory early on, and had Tyler Randell held up over the line but it was Leeds who led at the interval thanks to two penalties from Liam Sutcliffe. Tui Lolohea scored the game's only try in the second half to secure victory for the visitors. (7 June)

SQUAD NEWS There are two changes to Trinity's 19-man squad for the visit of Leeds Rhinos on Friday. Danny Kirmond is ruled out after suffering from concussion against St Helens, whilst Mason Caton-Brown will miss the game with an abdominal injury. David Fifita is back in contention after an ankle injury and Junior Sa’u is recalled having been cup-tied last week. 18-year old Jack Croft keeps his place after impressing on debut! (5 June)

KERSHAW EXTENDS Winger Lee Kershaw has signed a new one-year deal to remain at Trinity until the end of 2020. The 20-year old has made his breakthrough in the team this year, having made his debut in the Easter Monday win over Leeds Rhinos. (4 June)

SAINTS 48-10 TRINITY Wakefield’s Wembley dream is over for another year after a heavy defeat in their Challenge Cup quarter final against St Helens. The home side were too strong in every department and dominated the game from start to finish running in eight tries. Trinity scored through Tyler Randell and debutant Jack Croft. (1 Jun)

SQUAD NEWS Danny Brough is back in Chris Chester's 19-man squad as the team prepare for the Challenge Cup quarter final against St Helens. Brough has been sidelined with a hand injury since April. David Fifita and Max Jowitt will miss the game with injuries picked up at the Magic Weekend. Fifita’s injury is not serious and he should return in the next couple of weeks. However, Jowitt will miss six weeks with a fractured hand. Junior Sa’u featured in the early stages of the Challenge Cup with Salford, which means he’s cup tied for Saturday. Jack Croft comes into the 19-man squad and could make his Trinity debut after impressing in the Under 19’s. (30 May)

TRINITY 18-25 DRAGONS Wakefield were narrowly beaten in the opening fixture of this season's Magic Weekend at Anfield. The Dragons raced into an early lead before Trinity hit back with scores from Kyle Wood, Danny Kirmond and Ben Jones-Bishop to level 18-18 but a late Ben Garcia try proved the difference. (25 May)

SQUAD NEWS Chris Chester has named his 19-man squad to face Catalans Dragons at the Magic Weekend at Anfield on Saturday. New signing Kelepi Tanginoa is named and set to make his Trinity debut, whilst Anthony England and Matty Ashurst both return from injury. Jordy Crowther and Chris Annakin miss out on selection this week. (23 May)

NEW SIGNING Wakefield have announced the signing of Australian forward Kelepi Tanginoa on a deal until the end of 2021. The 25-year old started his career at Parramatta and has since had spells with North Queensland Cowboys and Manly Sea Eagles. Tanginoa joined the rest of the squad at their training session today. (21 May)

BRONCOS 42-34 TRINITY Four late tries wasn't enough to prevent London doing the league double over Wakefield. The home side led 42-12 with around ten minutes to play; Trinity hit back but fell short in a game that saw 14 tries between the two sides. The defeat means Wakefield drop down to sixth in the Super League table. (18 May)

SQUAD NEWS New loan signing Junior Sa’u is named in Chris Chester's 19-man squad for Saturday's trip to London Broncos and is set to start in the centres, whilst skipper Jacob Miller will return from injury to partner Ben Reynolds at half-back. Sa’u takes the place of Pauli Pauli in the 19-man squad, with Miller coming in for youngster Lee Kershaw. (16 May)

QUARTER FINAL Wakefield will play St Helens in the Quarter Finals of the Coral Challenge Cup. Saints beat Huddersfield Giants 22-16 yesterday to set up the last eight tie following Trinity's win over Widnes. The other fixtures are Bradford v Halifax, Hull KR v Warrington and Hull FC v Catalans Dragons. (12 May)

TRINITY 26-6 VIKINGS Trinity booked their place in the Coral Challenge Cup Quarter Finals with a hard fought 26-6 win over Championship side Widnes Vikings. Three tries in quick succession from Ben Jones-Bishop, Lee Kershaw and Justin Horo sealed the victory for Trinity. (10 May)

SQUAD NEWS James Bachelor returns from injury in one change to Chris Chester's 19-man squad for Friday's Challenge Cup tie against Widnes Vikings. Bachelor, who has spent much of the season on the sidelines, replaces the injured Tinirau Arona. (8 May)

GIANTS 25-26 TRINITY Ryan Hampshire scored a late penalty as Trinity moved up to third place in the Super League table. Mason Caton-Brown scored a couple of tries with David Fifita and Ben Jones-Bishop also crossing the line. (4 May)

SQUAD NEWS Chris Chester has announced an unchanged line-up for Friday's trip to Huddersfield Giants and will go with the same squad that faced Hull FC last weekend. Tyler Randell was 18th man against Hull but is set to make his first appearance since round one on Friday. Craig Kopczak is also included after missing out with a foot injury last time out. Trinity are still without Tom Johnstone, Bill Tupou, Jacob Miller, Danny Brough, Craig Huby, James Batchelor, Anthony England, Matty Ashurst and Joe Arundel due to injuries. (1 May)

HULL FC 30-14 TRINITY Wakefield fell to defeat away at Hull FC. Max Jowitt scored two tries with Justin Horo adding a third for Trinity who were in contention trailing just 14-10 at half time before the Black and Whites pulled away in the second half. (28 April)

INJURY UPDATE Trinity have confirmed a long term injury to Joe Arundel. He's ruled out for three months after undergoing surgery on a pectoral muscle. Matty Ashurst is set to miss the next five weeks with a foot injury. (26 April)

SQUAD NEWS Trinity are boosted by the return of Tyler Randell for Sunday's trip to Hull FC. Randell is set to feature for just the second time this season after being sidelined with a shoulder injury. Kyle Wood is also included in the squad after missing Easter Monday’s game with a sternum injury and Lee Kershaw keeps his place on the wing after a Man of the Match performance on his debut against Wigan. (26 April)

BAILEY SIGNS Academy player Connor Bailey has signed a three year deal with Trinity. Bailey is currently in his second year playing at loose forward but is just as comfortable playing centre, half back or in the back row and recently appeared for Yorkshire in their win over Lancashire in the Academy War of the Roses. (25 April)

TRINITY 26-24 RHINOS Wakefield bounced back from their narrow defeat at Castleford on Thursday to edge a derby of their own, in a game Chris Chester claimed was his best victory as Trinity coach. Lee Kershaw, Reece Lyne, Ben Jones-Bishop and Max Jowitt all scored tries. (22 April)

SQUAD NEWS Trinity are without Matty Ashurst and Joe Arundel for Easter Monday's visit of Leeds Rhinos after both picked up injuries in Thursday's defeat by Castleford. Jack Croft and Lee Kershaw come into the 19-man squad. (20 April)

TIGERS 28-26 TRINITY A strong second half comeback wasn’t enough for Trinity as they were narrowly beaten at Castleford. Tries from Joe Arundel, Ben Reynolds and Tinirau Arona set up a tense finish but Wakefield just fell short. (18 April)

WOOD DEAL Kyle Wood has signed a new contact to keep him at Trinity until the end of 2021. The hooker has been in outstanding form this season and has been a key part of Chris Chester’s squad since joining Trinity ahead of the 2017 season. (17 April)

MORE FIFITA David Fifita will be a Trinity player for the next three years, signing a new deal which runs to the end of 2022. ‘The Big Bopper’ has been in outstanding form over the last couple of seasons and currently sits top of Super League's Man Of Steel rankings. (17 April)

WINGER RETURNS Mason Caton-Brown has returned to cover the long term injury to winger Tom Johnstone. Caton-Brown has signed to the end of the season following a spell at Championship side Toronto Wolfpack. (16 April)

SQUAD NEWS Chris Chester has named his squad for Thursday’s derby against Castleford Tigers. After picking up injuries last week against Wigan, Danny Brough, Jacob Miller and Anthony England are all sidelined. Kyle Wood and Reece Lyne are both set to feature despite being forced off the field last week. Ben Reynolds is set to start at half-back and make his competitive debut for the club. Chris Annakin also takes his place in the squad, having been recalled from a loan spell at Dewsbury. (16 April)

TRINITY 30-20 WARRIORS Trinity continued their good home form with a third consecutive victory in a decisive yet costly victory over Wigan Warriors. Trinity were hit with injury blows to Anthony England, Reece Lyne, Jacob Miller, and Kyle Wood during the game. Ben Jones-Bishop bagged a brace of tries marking Chris Chester’s 100th game in charge. (12 April)

ORIGIN Wakefield Trinity trio Yusuf Aydin, Connor Bailey & Jack Croft have been included in the Yorkshire Origin squad for the first game of a three match series against Lancashire. Both Croft and Aydin signed full-time deals with the first-team ahead of the 2019 season and have impressed for the Under 19’s team so far this year. Meanwhile, Connor Bailey has been a key figure in Mark Applegarth’s team in the loose-forward role. (10 April)

TRINITY 17-16 GIANTS Trinity ensured back to back wins with a dramatic drop-goal victory over Huddersfield Giants. David Fifita scored two tries while Danny Brough scored the winning point against his former club. (5 April)

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