Jason Demetriou

Demetriou calls for RFL help
Tuesday 28th September 10:49

Terry Newton's last captain has stated that the RFL should be doing more to warn players of the dangers of drugs and depression.

Wildcats ditch Demetriou
Monday 14th June 13:47

Wakefield captain Jason Demetriou has revealed that he will be released by the Wildcats at the end of the season.

Demetriou ready for action
Friday 22nd January 17:07

Jason Demetriou is looking forward to the new Super League season after playing through the pain barrier in 2009.

Johnson for Wildcats debut
Thursday 21st January 09:59

New Wakefield Wildcats recruit Paul Johnson will make his first outing for the club in their pre-season friendly at Hunslet on Sunday.

Demetriou offers apology
Saturday 28th March 14:09

Wakefield captain Jason Demetriou apologised for his side's performance after they were hammered 42-18 by St Helens.

Demetriou to honour Watene
Tuesday 20th January 17:55

Wakefield captain Jason Demetriou will honour the No.8 jersey of former team-mate Adam Watene during the 2009 season.

Demetriou's mark of respect
Tuesday 16th December 11:44

Jason Demetriou will wear Wakefield's number eight shirt as a tribute to Adam Watene.

Drew double break confirmed
Monday 25th February 15:14

Wakefield Wildcats hooker Brad Drew is out for up to three months after breaking two bones in his hand during Sunday's 34-18 defeat at Harlequins.

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