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Spirits are high at Trinity PDRL

Wakefield Trinity PDRL’s Callum Parkinson is “confident” that his side can maintain their unbeaten form as we head to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Saturday.

Trinity cemented their place at the top of the Super League table two weeks ago when they took maximum points off Wigan, Bradford and Castleford at Victoria Park.

“As a team, we are super confident. We are still working hard and really want to maintain that unbeaten status.

“We have a committed group, who train multiple times a week and I think that is really paying off on being able to develop as a team both in fitness and skills.”

For 2022, the style of games has changed, with the league reverting back to the festival structure, following on from the success Learning Disability Rugby League has had over the last couple of years.

This has played quite nicely into the side’s hands and Parkinson is enjoying the feeling of sharing the pitch with multiple clubs.

“I am really enjoying it. It’s great to have all the teams there at every festival as it brings a bigger buzz and atmosphere and also time to catch up with all the players from all the different teams.

“Also, I like that we are playing multiple games each festival, so more game time overall.”

After a good couple of years, Trinity have built a strong side, as side that has reached back-to-back Grand Finals in 2019 and 2021.

This sort of form has propelled them to the top, and team spirit is most definitely a factor in their recent success.

“I am loving being back out on the pitch in competitive games, we are getting better skillfully and stronger as a team.

 “Spirits are high, we are all enjoying playing the game and really believe we can go all the way this year again and are determined to be Grand Final winners.”

With the next festival on the horizon, all eyes will be on Trinity to see if they can keep the all-important unbeaten record.

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