Kyle Trout will join the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats dual registration contingent at Kingstone Press Championship side Doncaster this weekend.
The 21-year back-row has not been involved in Wakefield’s opening two matches in Super League and head coach Richard Agar will send the former Stanley Ranger to the Dons for much-needed game time.
The two clubs formed a partnership in the off season, resulting in Wildcats sending three young players to gain more first team experience at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Bobbie Goulding, Danny Cowling and Liam Kay all played for Tony Miller’s men in their 14-4 victory at Barrow Raiders at the weekend.
Doncaster host Workington Town on Sunday and Trout is set to make that trio of Wildcats players a quartet.
More Wildcats players could follow Trout out of the door on a temporary basis with Agar having “concerns” over the new dual registration set-up.
“The dual reg is causing a bit of concern for me that at the moment because we have got a number of players that haven’t had a lot of footballer over the last month and I’m struggling to get them that,” said Agar.
”Doncaster have got three of our players and they’ll take Trouty but it still leaves me with two or three guys that I could really do with playing.”
He added: “With no reserve grade side we’ve nowhere to play some of our guys and I’ve got a concern that it’s keeping too many players off the park on a weekend. It’s frustratingly difficult to manage at the moment but we’ll give it time and see if it works better going forward.”