We are just three weeks away from the new Super League season when Warrington head to the Headingley Carnegie Stadium to face defending Champions Leeds (1/2 favourites with BetVictor) for the traditional Friday evening curtain-raiser. The Rhinos surely can’t follow
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Exeter Chiefs have confirmed that their former St Helens star Josh Jones is to return to Rugby League. Jones, who has been learning the ropes in rugby union with the Taunton club in Somerset, has decided to return to the
Widnes Vikings have signed Wigan starlet Connor Farrell, the brother of Liam Farrell, on a season-long loan. More to follow.
On many occasions, you can guess who will win the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award before the show has started… or so you think. Over the years there has been a number of shocking winners that stunned the
Willie Tonga has revealed that advice from his best friend and fellow Australian international Reni Maitua was a big factor in him joining Leigh Centurions from Catalans Dragons on a two-year contract. The pair have been best mates long before
The NRL has released the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership Schedule, claiming that the 2016 schedule is designed primarily to benefit the game’s supporters. For the first time in the history of the competition, every match in every round will be broadcast live.
Salford Red Devils centre Junior Sa’u says he is looking forward to playing alongside his former Canberra Raiders teammate Justin Carney at the A J Bell Stadium next year. Sa’u and the Australian winger were both part of the Raiders’
New Zealand fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck says the arm wrestle didn’t go the Kiwis’ way on Saturday and England’s defence was just too strong. England held off a comeback in the dieing stages at the DW Stadium to win the third
England announced their 19-man squad for the third and final test with New Zealand yesterday, and it’s fair to say it caused uproar amongst fans. Steve McNamara made two changes in what could be his final ever squad as England
Wigan Warriors will play another league game in London in 2016, although they will not wait until the Super 8s in organising a game in the capital city. But Wigan Chairman Ian Lenagan has denied rumours that he is about to