Former Warrington Wolves hooker Michael Monaghan has been appointed assistant coach at Wakefield Trinity. Monaghan, 37, enjoyed a six-year stint at Wolves before taking on an assistant’s role at Catalans Dragons. The Australian, who played at Canberra Raiders and Manly Sea Eagles prior to moving to Super League, said, “When the opportunity arose to come to Wakefield, I was certainly keen to make the move. “Wakefield is a club with a long history.
The 2018 VIJHL Prospects Game couldn’t have been scripted any better for Campbell River Storm fans. Hometown player Dawson Frank scored the winner at 4:25 of overtime as Team North skated to a 3-2 victory Sunday afternoon. The big crowd at Rod Brind’Amour Arena was treated to an entertaining afternoon that featured great scoring chances, big hits, blocked shots and top notched goaltending from the top 16-18 year olds in the VIJHL.
Published: 11:11 Wednesday 03 January 2018
Winger Tom Johnstone will make his long-awaited return to action for Wakefield Trinity in Sunday’s pre-season friendly against Halifax.
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Selecting a term
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