Wakefield delight coach Chris Chester with narrow win over Leeds

22 April 2019 05:25
• Wakefield 26-24 Leeds • Wakefield’s Lee Kershaw marks Super League debut with a tryWakefield Trinity have had their fair share of hardship throughout the Super League era. For over 20 years, one of the sport’s most famous clubs have been dwarfed by the success of bigger, richer teams such as Leeds, St Helens and Wigan. But it is those dark days that arguably make matches like these more special for a club progressing the right way.The Easter period, in which the players are forced to put their bodies on the line twice in three days, shows no signs of changing any time soon. And if any club would have been dreading this time of the year, it would have been Wakefield, given how they headed into the game with over a dozen players out injured. Related: Anthony Mundine announces return to rugby league, aged 43 Continue reading. . read full article

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