Hull FC will go to St Helens for their Challenge Cup sixth round tie on today without two of their overseas stars Frank Pritchard and Sika Manu, after the club agreed to release both players for international duty this. Whilst
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Every minute matters, apparently. That’s what we were told last year when the Rugby Football League launched their bold, brave new league structure – and for the most part, that was how it turned out. Take last year’s treble winners,
Dewsbury Rams Chairman Mark Sawyer says there has been no contact from Bradford Bulls over the availability of coach Glenn Morrison. The Australian has been extensively linked with the vacant Bulls post since James Lowes resigned last week, and was
Wakefield hooker Scott Moore has claimed that life under previous coach Brian Smith was somewhat “erratic” and that the feeling within the club has improved under Chris Chester. The Wildcats have moved to within touching distance of the top eight
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is hoping that his club will be back in its Kirkstall training facility within the next month, and he says its loss has had a much bigger impact than anyone thought it would have.
Featherstone Rovers coach Jon Sharp has urged his squad to continue their never-say-die attitude amid a crippling injury list. Rovers handed a debut to young backrower Curtis McDonald on Sunday with Sharp’s already small squad shorn of eight first-choice players.
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington has insisted that it is “unacceptable” to be found to be cheating the salary cap – and says it is nothing other than “pure cheating”. Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Hetherington would not
Marquee signing Frank Pritchard has quickly endeared himself to the Hull FC fans this season, and he enhanced that bond with a typically strong performance in defeat at Headingley on Friday night. Pritchard made 180 metres in the torrential rain,
Huddersfield Giants captain Ryan Hinchcliffe says it has been a difficult period at the Giants this season, but defeating Warrington should give his team a new self-belief. Huddersfield beat the Wolves 11-0 last Friday, their first victory since round five against
The competitive nature of Super League was emphasised tonight at the John Smith’s Stadium when bottom placed Huddersfield Giants defeated table-toppers Warrington Wolves 11-0. In a tight game the Giants led 4-0 at half-time thanks to a try by Aaron