By Michael Hale St Helens head coach Keiron Cunningham has said he won’t be signing any new players despite key injuries in his squad. The club announced yesterday that Tommy Makinson is likely to miss the rest of the 2016
Posts From Total Rugby League
Dave Woods presents the first episode of the 2016 series of Rugby League Back Chat from the Arc in Leeds featuring League Express columnist Garry Schofield, Chris Irvine and Danny Lockwood.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have make two key appointments to replace their departed head-coach Brian Smith. Chris Chester will take over the coaching reins immediately and John Kear will become the club’s newly appointed Head of Rugby from the 2017 season.
Super League Castleford Tigers Frankie Mariano (knee) Estimated return: mid-March Grant Millington (elbow) Estimated return: unknown Junior Moors (hand) Estimated return: April Ben Roberts (foot) Estimated return: unknown Ash Robson (dislocated knee) Estimated return: October Michael Shenton (ACL) Estimated return: Potentially season-ending
Leigh Centurions coach Neil Jukes has expressed his disappointment over several aspects of the Ryan Brierley saga in recent days. Jukes believes his side of the story has not been fully portrayed after being labelled a liar in public by
Hull FC 25 Wigan Warriors 26 Leeds Rhinos 20 Huddersfield Giants 16 St Helens 28 Castleford Tigers 22 Widnes Vikings 30 Hull Kingston Rovers 16
Huddersfield Giants forward Michael Lawrence has committed the next three and half years of his career to his hometown club, penning a contract extension until the end of the 2019 season. Lawrence, 25, came through the club’s Academy and has gone on
Nutrition X, the sports nutrition brand, has extended a partnership with the London Broncos for the 2016 season that it first entered into prior to last season. Under the agreement Nutrition X will provide all the club’s nutritional products, as well as
Serbian Rugby League officials have hailed the results of their recent tour of Australia and they are hoping that they will return in 2017 as a qualifying nation for that year’s World Cup tournament. The Serbs face Wales and Italy
Melbourne, Manly and Cronulla will be the only unbeaten teams heading into day two of the Downer NRL Auckland Nines. The Storm toppled defending premiers South Sydney as well as Parramatta, while the Sea Eagles surprised crowd favourites the Warriors,