The season may only be five games old, but the pathway to safety for Wakefield Trinity in 2023 is already becoming painfully apparent. Mark Applegarth – any coach, in fact – would be at pains to tell you that this is a team game and collectively, a side’s hopes pin on a collective effort rather…

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