Leeds Rhinos and Hunslet RLFC will participate in the inaugural Harry Jepson OBE Memorial Cup next year. The two clubs have traditionally held a pre-season fixture to compete for the Lazenby Cup, however, the game has now been named in
Hunslet RLFC have signed Thornhill Trojans player Joel Gibson on a one-year deal. Gibson, the son of former Great Britain international Carl Gibson, was previously on the books at Wakefield Trinity before returning to his roots by joining the Trojans in
Hunslet have announced that Head Coach Matt Bramald will leave the club following the completion of the Hawks’ 2016 season and upon expiry of his current contract. The club stated: “We would like to place on record our
Hunslet will have a ‘rampant lion’ on their club crest moving forward. After the club made the decision to drop the ‘Hawks’ nickname, the club decided it was time for a new identity. The club proposed two new crests, one
Hunslet Hawks have revealed the two club crests that could ultimately become their new logo. The club has decided to drop the ‘Hawks’ franchise, which has prompted a change in their crest design. The two designs have been shortlisted by the
Hunslet Hawks have granted utility player Ben Crane an early release from his contract. The 24-year-old joined the Hawks from fellow League One side York City Knights at the start of the season, and played eight times for the club,
Hunslet Hawks General Manager Martin Flynn has called on supporters to vote on a potentially huge issue: a rebrand of the club’s identity. The move would see the club simply become Hunslet RLFC, which would mean disposing of their nickname.
Hunslet Hawks player Nathan Darby has been banned from all sport for four years following an Anti-Doping Rule Violation. Darby, 21, tested positive for the presence of the anabolic steroids nandrolone, oxandrolone and trenbolone following an out-of-competition test on 14 January 2016.
Featherstone Rovers have completed the signing of James Duckworth on loan for the remainder of the year. In exchange, Fev have sent Kyran Johnson and Jack Coventry to the South Leeds Stadium for a similar period of time as Hunslet
Supporters are reminded that the Kingstone Press National 1 fixture between Hunslet Hawks and Doncaster on Sunday (1 May) kicks off at 2.00pm. The Hawks have opted for an earlier time because of logistical factors involving landlords Leeds City