Sport England has slashed its funding towards Rugby League, offering £10.75m over the next four-year period. The funding received is a 38% deduction from the previous four-year cycle, when the Rugby Football League was awarded £17.5m to help the development
Wakefield Trinity owner Michael Carter has refuted speculation in one newspaper suggesting they are set to sell their Super League franchise and effectively relegate themselves from the top flight. League Express revealed a number of weeks ago how areas such
Huddersfield coach Rick Stone has described reports linking Danny Brough with a departure from the club as a “storm in a teacup” – describing the speculation as “unfounded”. A national newspaper said on Sunday – just hours before the Giants
North Queensland Cowboys have revealed that forward Jason Taumalolo will be a “Cowboy for life” after agreeing to an historic 10-year deal with the club. The forward, who was also in contention for last year’s Golden Boot, will be contracted to
Salford Red Devils will host Toronto Wolfpack in the fifth round of the Challenge Cup. The Canadian club will get their first taste of competitive action against Super League opposition having progressed to the fifth round stage following victories over
All 16 clubs in the hat for the fifth round of the Challenge Cup have learned of their numbers in the draw. Four Super League clubs, including Leeds Rhinos, enter the draw alongside clubs from the Championship and League 1.
Tom Lineham has been handed a Grade C striking charge following an incident in Warrington’s defeat to Leigh Centurions. The fullback was sin-binned for an alleged elbow on Ryan Hampshire in the club’s 22-8 defeat, their fifth in a row.
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Ben Murdoch-Masila was the Salford hero today, scoring two tries as the Red Devils fought back to end Castleford Tigers‘ unbeaten start to the season. For the first time this season the Tigers struggled to break down an opposition defence.
Huddersfield Giants forced Wigan Warriors to lose their first point of the season when they held them to a 16-16 draw this afternoon at the DW Stadium. The Giants were never behind on the scoreboard, but their talisman Danny Brough