Wakefield prop Andy Raleigh has become the first of the Wildcats' out-of-contract players to sign a new deal for 2014.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward Justin Poore will face the Rugby Football League's disciplinary panel in Leeds tomorrow after being charged with punching during his side's 44-24 Super League defeat at Wigan.
The Australian front rower was sent off after 10 minutes by referee Robert Hicks for hitting Wigan second rower Liam Farrell and was today charged with a grade B offence by the RFL's match-review panel.
The Super League match between Wakefield and Leeds has been postponed for a second time due to the adverse weather conditions in West Yorkshire over the last 48 hours.
The match had initially been due to take place on Friday night but heavy snow forced it to be put back to this afternoon, but it was confirmed this morning that conditions around the Rapid Solicitors Stadium were still unsafe for spectators.
No date for the re-arranged game has been set yet.
Wakefield Wildcats have urged fans to help clear snow from the Rapid Solicitors Stadium before tomorrow's Super League game with Leeds Rhinos. It was due to be played on Friday night, but fell foul of the snow. Now the club is urging fans to help ensure the rearranged game can go ahead on Sunday.
Super League club Wakefield Wildcats say they have been left with a six-figure shortfall following the collapse of their main sponsors.
The decision of Eric France Metal Recycling to enter into into a creditors' voluntary liquidation has also hit Championship club Dewsbury.
In a statement, Wakefield Wildcats said: "Following a creditors' meeting with administrators KPMG yesterday, it appears highly unlikely that Eric France Metal Recycling will be able to fulfil their commitment of a significant six-figure sum as the club's main sponsor.
"Whilst this is a hole to fill in the club's budget, the areas of sponsorship available are the most prestigious with main shirt sponsor, East Stand sponsor and the back of the playing and replica shirts, making it an attractive proposition to a number of companies.
"The club is active in the market in its attempts to find a replacement sponsor."
Winger Jermaine McGillvary's hat-trick enabled Huddersfield to stay top of Super League, but only a disallowed try in the last minute ensured they retained their 100% record.
The Wildcats trailed throughout the match but, after coming from 18-8 down to cut the deficit to two points, thought they had snatched victory when centre Lee Smith went over for a try, only to have it disallowed for a forward pass.
Huddersfield, who gave a debut to former Widnes forward Anthony Mullally, were generally the more impressive side but could never shake off their gritty opponents in a tense, scrappy affair at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium.
Australian prop Justin Poore has been cleared to start the new Super League season with Wakefield.
The 27-year-old, who has joined the Wildcats on a two-year contract from Parramatta, was sent off for punching in his first appearance for the club in their Boxing Day defeat at Leeds.
Anything more than a one-match ban would have forced him to sit out Wakefield's opening Super League game against Bradford on February 3, but he was charged with a minor grade A offence and was able to submit an early-guilty plea to avoid any suspension.
Poore, who has now lost the right to submit an early-guilty plea for the next 12 months, is currently with Wakefield at their training camp in Portugal and has been named in coach Richard Agar's squad for Sunday's home friendly against Featherstone.
to meWakefield Wildcats have signed Leeds prop Brad Singleton on a two-month loan deal.
The 20-year-old Cumbrian has been brought in to add strength to the Wildcats' pack and today completed his first training session with his new team-mates ahead of the club's pre-season camp in Portugal next week.
Singleton has made one Super League appearance in each of the last two seasons at Headingley and played nine games for Dewsbury in 2012 to gain first-team experience.
– Brad Singleton
I've really enjoyed my first day and I think it's a very good club from what I've seen so far.
I need to be playing Super League because that's the next step of my career. I feel I'm ready and it's what I need to do for my own career to progress.
Wildcats coach Richard Agar said
– Richard Agar, Wildcats coach
We needed to bring in one more prop to add some depth to that area of our squad and we are happy we have been able to bring in Brad.
He is a young lad with a very bright future and he will certainly bring competition for places and will complement our pack.