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Wakefield v Halifax : Wed Jun 19, 2024 3:08 pm  
So what do people expect from this game, a good hiding, a unexpected win beaten but not broken i think we will have our moments in the game but ultimately i can only see a comfy Wakefield win. Leeds have named Ned McCormack in there squad this week and with the players they have missing i can see him playing. Does anyone know if Hantz is still at the club his 28 day trial must be up and he hasn't played yet. And as i have said on another post 10 quid to stand is as cheap as it gets for a adult ticket so even if we get flogged on the pitch we can top up our tan off it.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Wed Jun 19, 2024 5:55 pm  
Hantz was in the training picture, regardless, it will be a heavy loss on Sunday 56 - 14 wakey ,
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Wed Jun 19, 2024 8:02 pm  
I’ve noticed against Trin a few teams have still been in the game up until half time / early second half and then Wakey have pulled away.

So our best chance of getting anything other than a good hiding we must start a lot better than we have been where our D as been so consistently bad and stay in the game as we can finish strongly.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Wed Jun 19, 2024 10:21 pm  
I've tried buying tickets for the game and gave up when asked to create a profile! What? Why do they make it so hard to spend your brass?
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Fri Jun 21, 2024 8:48 am  
Hudd-Shay wrote:
I've tried buying tickets for the game and gave up when asked to create a profile! What? Why do they make it so hard to spend your brass?


Wakey use the same ticketing company as many other teams. It’s not difficult, it just asks you to create a log in, takes about 20 seconds. Not many retail outlets allow you to purchase as a guest.

You can but tickets at the ground.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Sat Jun 22, 2024 12:57 am  
terry silver wrote:
So what do people expect from this game, a good hiding, a unexpected win beaten but not broken i think we will have our moments in the game but ultimately i can only see a comfy Wakefield win. Leeds have named Ned McCormack in there squad this week and with the players they have missing i can see him playing. Does anyone know if Hantz is still at the club his 28 day trial must be up and he hasn't played yet. And as i have said on another post 10 quid to stand is as cheap as it gets for a adult ticket so even if we get flogged on the pitch we can top up our tan off it.


Fantastic price is £10 and I hope to see a lot of Fax fans make the trip across.

Trinity won’t take Fax for granted I’m sure and show them full respect.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Sat Jun 22, 2024 6:40 am  
Wish it were as cheap for our "home" game against Haven. :lol:
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Sat Jun 22, 2024 2:40 pm  
Greg Florimos Boots wrote:
Wish it were as cheap for our "home" game against Haven. :lol:

You are not wrong Greg, 23 quid to sit against Haven.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Sat Jun 22, 2024 6:01 pm  
After last night's performance doubt we'll be seeing much more of Mccormack - would be great if we could get Crookes back to partner Barber. Bit suprised No Pons in the squad as i thinlk hes looked promising - if though Graham has signed for next season Pons may well not be kept on.
Re: Wakefield v Halifax : Sat Jun 22, 2024 10:34 pm  
Hudd-Shay wrote:
I've tried buying tickets for the game and gave up when asked to create a profile! What? Why do they make it so hard to spend your brass?

Pay pn the Day Hudds same price see you in the Black Rock !!
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