SHEFFIELD EAGLES have confirmed the capture of Newcastle’s Papua New Guinean international prop Mark Mexico. The signing was mooted in PNG several weeks ago, and Mexico will now become part of Mark Aston’s full-time squad in 2016. Aston said: “He
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NRL Chief Executive Dave Smith will quit his post on 30 November, following a media conference today in which ARLC Chairman John Grant revealed the news alongside Smith, who was first appointed almost three years ago. Smith suggested that it was the ideal
Scotland begin the defence of their European Championship crown in Wrexham tomorrow night, with head coach Steve McCormack looking to youth as the Bravehearts aim to keep hold of the first silverware they’ve won. “We’ve had a good couple of
Dave Woods presents the fourteenth episode of Rugby League Back Chat from the Arc in Leeds featuring Garry Schofield, Chris Irvine and Danny Lockwood.
JOHN DUFFY paid tribute to the club’s off-field effort after his Swinton side hung on to clinch the second promotion ticket into the Championship. Swinton’s pulsating 29-28 victory over Keighley secured promotion for the Lions in an unpredictable contest between
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Hull Kingston Rovers have bolstered their back row for the 2016 campaign and beyond by signing Chris Clarkson on a three-year deal from Leeds Rhinos. The former England Knights international, who has played on loan at Widnes Vikings this season, had
Bradford Bulls captain Chev Walker has announced he will retire at the end of the season. The former Great Britain international, who turns 33 next week, has brought the curtain down on an illustrious 17-year career. Utility star Walker debuted
Dave Woods presents the thirteenth episode of Rugby League Back Chat from the Arc in Leeds featuring Garry Schofield, Brett Kenny and Danny Lockwood.
The NRL has announced that the NRL Telstra Premiership Preliminary Finals in Melbourne and Brisbane have both sold out. On Friday night Brisbane Broncos will host Sydney Roosters at Suncorp Stadium, while the following night Melbourne Storm will host North Queensland