WHILE Wakefield Trinity Wildcats first team experienced a Super League XVI defeat to Salford City Reds, the other Wakefield teams enjoyed much better fortunes.
The reserves played the curtain raiser to the first team fixture at The Willows on Friday night and a brace apiece for Jordan Grayston and Kyle Trout steered the Wildcats to a 37-16 win
Salford broke the deadlock only for the visitors to hit back in style. Matthew Wildie added to the Trinity tally in the second half and a drop goal from Kieran Hyde closed the game out.
Grayston bolstered his personal points return with a 100 per-cent record with the boot.
The club’s youth teams also came away with victories with the U18s leading the way with a comprehensive 58-16 success
On Saturday afternoon the U15s won 30-10 and the U16s prevailed 32-10 with both teams producing strong performances.
Read Friday’s Wakefield Express for more news from the Wakefield Wildcats.