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
A potential clash with a Super League side is the prize at stake for Doncaster and Hunslet tonight. The League One sides will face off seeking progression to the fifth round of the Challenge Cup after experiencing contrasting starts to
Hunslet Hawks have signed Zach Johnson from Dewsbury Rams on an initial one-month loan. Johnson played in the Championship for Swinton in 2014 after signing from Shaw Cross and toured Australia with Barla in 2013. He joined up with the
Hunslet Hawks have announced that head coach Barry Eaton has left the club by mutual consent, and will be replaced by his assistant Matt Bramald. Eaton has been in charge of the Hawks for the last four seasons, but after the club
Treble winners Leeds Rhinos survived an almighty scare from neighbours Hunslet, with a late Charlie Brown try securing them a 22-18 win in the Lazenby Cup. The two teams went into the final minute locked at 18 apiece before Brown
Barry Eaton believes new Hunslet signing Ayden Faal could be a “key signing” for his side as they prepare for life in Kingstone Press League One. The 28-year-old centre signed today on a one-year deal following spells at Dewsbury and Batley since originally