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Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 February, 2004, 19:16 GMT
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
This could be a year of progression for Wakefield, who only had Halifax behind them last term.

It's a more settled club now, with coach Shane McNally finally being given the thumbs-up to stay for another year.

Trinity might consider top six beyond them, but they should be able to stay well clear of any relegation battle.

Any improvement will be a great reward for the likeable and hard-working McNally, who has recruited very well.

BEST SIGNING

Sid Domic was a stand-out performer at Warrington and he's just the kind of player Wakefield will benefit from.

Hard-working, tough and with more than a little class, he will set a fine example at Belle Vue.

Domic will set the standards on the field. Following in the footsteps of Adrian Vowles, he's a 'do as I do' kind of player.

FACTS AND FIGURES

Coach: Shane McNally (since August 2002).

Previous Super League finishes: 11th, 10th, 11th, 11th, 11th.

New recruits: Justin Ryder (Newcastle), Albert Talipeau (unattached), Semi Tadulala (Melbourne), David Solomona (Parramatta), Sid Domic (Warrington), Jason Demetriou (Widnes), Liam Finn (Halifax), Michael Wainwright (Dewsbury, trials).

Departures: Adrian Vowles (retired), Brad Davis (Villeneuve), Waisale Sovatabua (Otley RU), Jon Wells (London), Matty Wray, Richard Newlove (both Featherstone), Ian Knott (Leigh), Matt Seers, Martyn Holland (both released).





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