Wakefield Ladies hold trials ahead of new Women’s Super League season

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Wakefield Ladies are holding trials as they look to recruit and strengthen ahead of the 2022 Women’s Super League season.

After the 2021 season came to a close in September, Trinity are hoping to recruit and strengthen ahead of 2022.

An open trial session will take place on Saturday, October 30. It will take place at Kettlethorpe 3G facility between 2-4pm.

The trial is open to any female player over the age of 17 who would like to test themselves in a professional environment.

Wakefield Ladies trials

Wakefield head of women’s rugby James Stephenson said: “2022 will be an exciting year to be part of our journey.

“After a challenging year throughout 2021, we are looking to add to our squad. An open trial will give anyone the chance to impress as we look to recruit further quality to compete in the 2022 competition.”

To show an expression of interest in attending Wakefield’s open trials, click here. For anyone wanting to know more about the trials, email ladies@wakefieldtrinity.com.

Leeds swoop for former Woman of Steel

Georgia Roche

Leeds have signed former Woman of Steel Georgia Roche from Castleford.

The 21-year-old was the first ever winner of the award in 2018, a year in which she also made her England debut.

She now makes the move to Headingley ahead of the 2022 Women’s Super League season.

Roche said: “I am really excited to be joining the club.

“I’ve played with some of the girls when I was younger so it will be good to play with them again. I am hoping to take that step to the next level to this elite environment that we all talk about and the elite training and coaching.

“I would like to say a massive thank you to Castleford Tigers. The girls and the past coaching staff and the coaching staff this year and the girls that stuck with us. Without them I wouldn’t be the player I am today so just a big thank you and everything is appreciated.”

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