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Wakefield Trinity react to departure of long-serving star

With the news that Joe Arundel will be leaving Wakefield Trinity after the centre was not offered a new contract, the club has reacted to the news.

CEO Michael Carter said: “Joe has been a model professional whilst at the Club. He came in at a difficult time in 2015, but provided an important contribution to survival.

“He suffered horrendous bad luck with injuries, but always bounced back and performed well when called upon.

“I wish him all the very best for the future and he will always be welcome back at the Club.”

Arundel joined the club in 2015, initially on a loan deal from Hull FC, before then signing permanently and becoming a popular figure in the Trinity team over the years.

The centre made 112 appearances for the club, crossing for 24 tries and kicking 12 conversions.

Arundel initially made his breakthrough as a Castleford player before making the move to East Yorkshire after a fruitful few seasons at the Jungle

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