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Wednesday 7th August 08:24
Paul Sykes has signed a new contract with Wakefield.
Tuesday 9th July 13:53
Wakefield Wildcats will be without stand-off Paul Sykes for six weeks after he suffered a fractured fibula in Monday's 24-14 success over the Widnes Vikings.
Tuesday 2nd October 14:38
The Wakefield Wildcats have completed the permanent signing of centre Paul Sykes on a one-year contract.
Tuesday 31st July 07:55
Wakefield Wildcats will step up their efforts to tie down goalkicking stand-off Paul Sykes to a long-term contract.
Friday 1st June 14:00
Wakefield Wildcats' on-loan centre Paul Sykes insists he is not looking beyond the end of the Stobart Super League season.
Saturday 26th May 15:21
Tim Smith scored his second try for Wakefield to help the Wildcats to a 32-26 victory over Castleford in the Magic Weekend opener.
Friday 8th April 22:18
Hull bought some much-needed breathing space with a 34-24 victory over Bradford at the KC Stadium on Friday.
Wednesday 14th July 10:40
Harlequins coach Brian McDermott is furious with the leniency of Paul Sykes' two-match ban for a "spear" tackle.
Thursday 17th June 08:35
Bradford have confirmed England centre Paul Sykes has agreed a new three-year deal to remain with the club.
Wednesday 9th July 15:00
Warrington staged a fine fightback to overturn a 12-point deficit and secure a thrilling 32-28 victory over Bradford.
Sunday 13th April 16:46
Hull KR held on for a hard-earned 20-18 victory over Bradford Bulls at Craven Park on Sunday.
Saturday 16th February 19:45
Bradford Bulls got back to winning ways with a 38-12 success over Huddersfield Giants at the Grattan Stadium.
Tuesday 4th September 11:40
Harlequins centre Paul Sykes is returning to the Bradford Bulls next season after almost seven years away.
Friday 17th August 11:58
Harlequins centre Paul Sykes looks poised to make a return to the Bradford Bulls.
In years to come when they look back on the great teams in the history of rugby league they will talk of the Wigan dominance of the late eighties to the mid-nineties, the 1982 and 1986 Kangaroo tourists and others such as Huddersfield’s ‘Team of all talents’ around 100 years ago.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
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