It was heartbreaking for Wakefield Trinity yesterday.
They ended their over 250 minute wait for a try against Salford Red Devils and led 10-6 at one stage.
A Mason Lino drop goal forced the game to Golden Point extra time but a crucial forward pass coupled with a second Marc Sneyd drop goal broke Trinity hearts.
They are still winless and at the bottom off the league.
That said, off the field it is exciting times at Belle Vue as well as the club revamps their ground thanks to a grant provided by Wakefield Council.
The club are expecting major development by the summer as they celebrate their 150th year which has resulted in the release of special jerseys to mark the club’s legacy.
As this new era approaches, Chairman John Minards has released yet another image of the stadium redevelopment as it starts to take shape.
This time Minards has demonstrated the amazing difference a year makes with two side by side pictures seen below.
July 2022 to March 2023 🔴⚪️🔵 pic.twitter.com/MKza96eybv
— John Minards (@MinardsTrinity) March 20, 2023
This comes as Yorkshire Live confirmed today that there would be a pitch inspection at 11am today to determine whether or not Wakefield’s next game, against Hull KR, will go ahead on the newly laid partially synthetic pitch.
Their last game against Huddersfield was also in doubt after complaints from Catalans Dragons after Round One.