Wood on the salary cap being raised. “It will all be one salary cap system for all the leagues. If you’ve got an entrepreneurial owner who wants to invest, there will be no restriction on that. Anywhere where there’s an
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The eighth instalment of the 2016 series of Rugby League Back Chat. Garry Schofield turns a strange shade of purple when sharing his thoughts of Aussies pulling on the England shirt. Danny Lockwood and Graham Lovett join Dave Woods at the
Reports in Australia claim that new Leeds Rhinos hooker James Segeyaro has allegedly been caught in a sex tape. The former Penrith hooker has allegedly been filmed in a video involving Parramatta star Corey Norman, according to Seven News. The videos,
The NRL has confirmed that the Parramatta Eels will be docked 12 competition points and fined $1 million for breaches of the salary cap dating back to 2013. In addition, the NRL has cancelled the registration of five officials at the
The Parliamentary Rugby League Group is to pay tribute to Jo Cox at Batley this Sunday after her tragic death last week. Jo was a member of the group, and, as MP for one of the town’s most synonymous with
Warrington Wolves centre Ryan Atkins is looking forward to another exciting derby clash against Widnes Vikings in this Friday’s Challenge Cup quarter-final game at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The Wolves have already secured two victories against the Vikings this season
League Express writers Phil Caplan and Garry Schofield join Richard Shaw-Wright to discuss the latest ongoings from the world of Rugby League in the latest installment of ‘The Last Tackle’. You can watch the video below.
The seventh instalment of the 2016 series of Rugby League Back Chat presented by Richard Stead and featuring Danny Lockwood, Phil Caplan and Martyn Sadler.
Hull FC prop Scott Taylor has his sights firmly set on a return to Wembley with his hometown club ahead of Saturday’s Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quarter-final. They welcome Catalans Dragons to the KC Stadium and despite winning the game’s oldest
By Raj Bains Sport, by its very nature, is cyclical. No matter which game is being played – no matter the level – teams and individuals peak and trough in form and success, with some coping better than others. It’s