Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has revealed he is not sure if club captain Sean O’Loughlin will be available to captain England in this year’s Four Nations: saying he has to think about the Warriors as a priority. O’Loughlin has
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League Express Editor Martyn Sadler joined Dave Woods, Phil Caplan and Garry Schofield to discuss the latest issues in Rugby League.
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has insists there is “a lot to be excited about” for his side and the club’s fans as the business end of the season approaches. The Warriors were beaten 8-6 by Widnes last week in
Leigh Centurions forward Sam Barlow has been suspended from all sport for four years following an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV). Barlow intentionally disrupted the Doping Control process by obstructing a UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) Doping Control Officer during an out-of-competition test
Oldham chairman Chris Hamilton has revealed that the club are in talks with Stalybridge Celtic about staying at their Bower Fold home in 2017. The Roughyeds are closing in on Championship survival, and Hamilton told BBC Radio Manchester that if
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane cut a frustrated figure following their 8-6 defeat to Widnes Vikings on Thursday night: before cutting short his own post-match press conference. Wane was speaking after a disappointing performance from the Warriors in which, despite
On Friday, Hull will send a rotated squad to St Helens to try and back up after the euphoria of last weekend’s incredible Challenge Cup victory: but how did they get on the last time after they won the cup?
Featherstone Rovers are set to beat Batley to the signature of Halifax prop Richard Moore for next season, League Express reports. The veteran forward has been heavily linked with a move to the Bulldogs and was thought to have come to
Fullback: Motu Tony After lifting the cup with Hull in 2005, Tony played on the wing in their major final appearance against St Helens in the Grand Final the following year, eventually finishing his career at Wakefield. Tony is now
Halifax coach Richard Marshall says he had no hesitation in penning a new long-term contract with the club. Marshall last week extended his existing deal at the Shay for a further two years, committing him to Fax until the end