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Leigh Centurions land Travis Burns from St Helens

Leigh Centurions land Travis Burns from St Helens

Leigh Centurions have confirmed the signing of Travis Burns on loan from St Helens until the end of the current season. The 31-year-old has seen his playing time limited at Langtree Park in 2016, playing predominantly in the club’s reserve

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The Championship is as tough as Super League, says Leigh star Hansen

The Championship is as tough as Super League, says Leigh star Hansen

Harrison Hansen believes the Championship is as tough as Super League. The Leigh forward has been impressed by what he has seen of the second-tier since making his move to the Centurions at the start of the season, with last

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Five clubs rated as outstanding for academy development

Five clubs rated as outstanding for academy development

Five Super League clubs have been rated as ‘outstanding’ by the Rugby Football League in relation to their junior development programmes and Academy systems. The annual results assist parents and players as they commit to the academy structure for their

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Ben Evans joins Leigh Centurions on one-month loan

Ben Evans joins Leigh Centurions on one-month loan

Warrington Wolves have confirmed that forward Ben Evans will join Championship side Leigh Centurions on a month’s loan with immediate effect. Since making his Warrington first-team debut back in 2014 Evans has made 22 appearances for the club’s senior side.

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GOSSIP: Bradford hunting Parramatta fullback Moss?

GOSSIP: Bradford hunting Parramatta fullback Moss?

With new Bradford coach Rohan Smith getting his feet in under the table at Odsal, talk is already intensifying about any new recruits he may decide to get in. And one report from Australia has Smith lining up an NRL

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Did the Summer Bash prove that promotion from the Championship is possible or not?

Did the Summer Bash prove that promotion from the Championship is possible or not?

Twelve teams, six games and one weekend later, every Championship team has had their opportunity to showcase their talents on the national stage. Following a number of captivating contests, the inevitable question has been asked – can 2016 be the

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GOSSIP: Toronto and Featherstone chase Tansey

GOSSIP: Toronto and Featherstone chase Tansey

He’s out of the loop at Wakefield, his loan spell at Huddersfield didn’t go as planned and now he’s looking for a way out. Former Leeds fullback Jordan Tansey is completely out of options in Super League and must decide

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The Summer Bash impresses again… but it has to find a way to grow further

The Summer Bash impresses again… but it has to find a way to grow further

The Championship had its moment in the spotlight last weekend, as all twelve clubs descended on Blackpool for the second ever Summer Bash. And what a weekend it proved to be. Whether it was the fantastic curtain raiser in the shape

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VIDEO: Garry Schofield rants about Leeds Rhinos’ current problems and praises the Summer Bash

VIDEO: Garry Schofield rants about Leeds Rhinos’ current problems and praises the Summer Bash

You will all know by now that Garry Schofield isn’t one to mince his words. The legendary Great Britain forward has become one of rugby league’s must-read columnists thanks to his weekly column in League Express, and he shows no signs

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Batley in the top four after Heavy Woollen Derby triumph

Batley in the top four after Heavy Woollen Derby triumph

Batley Bulldogs leapfrogged Featherstone, for the time being at least, following a 28-24 victory over local rivals Dewsbury. Dewsbury surrendered the lead twice. After going 12-0 ahead through Jason Crookes and Paul Sykes, Dewsbury conceded two tries of their own,

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