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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.
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.
Bradford Bulls and Super League had been a beautiful partnership with three Grand Final victories (2001, 2003 & 2005) to their name, but from 2015 the fallen giants will no longer grace the top flight.
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