Sheffield captain Steve Thorpe will leave the club at the end of the season, with Mark Aston confirming that plenty more will follow. Thorpe, who was a standout star for the Eagles when they made the top four in 2015, is
Sheffield’s director of rugby Mark Aston is set to tell his players to find other clubs, after claiming there is nothing to stay for at the club. A torrid season has seen the club endure financial difficulties and a relegation
Sheffield Eagles have issued a statement in which they warn that the club could be facing the prospect of extinction. The Eagles have warned that the loss of a significant investor and the fact they have played games ‘on the
Sheffield Eagles continued their winning run with a convincing 48-16 win over Whitehaven. Coach Mark Aston said: “It was a good win but you’re always looking for an 80-minute performance and we’re not doing that. For the first 40 minutes
Sheffield Eagles coach Mark Aston wants his side to win the Championship Shield and finish the year on a high. The Eagles were widely expected to challenge for the top four again this season after having finished there last year.
Oldham have completed a double loan swoop by landing Sheffield Eagles duo Dave Hewitt and Jack Blagbrough for the remainder of the season. The young duo have struggled for game time in recent months at the struggling Championship side, with
Sheffield Eagles have signed Stan Robin and Thibaut Margalet from Catalans Dragons until the end of the 2016 season. Both players have struggled to establish themselves in the Dragons team this year and have been playing for the club’s reserve
Sheffield Eagles have confirmed that they are in talks with interested parties about potentially investing money into the club. It was revealed last week that long-serving chairman Ian Swire will step down at the end of the season after 17
Sheffield Eagles head coach Mark Aston has declared an interest in Leigh halfback Martyn Ridyard. 29-year-old Ridyard hasn’t featured in Leigh’s last two games following the arrivals of Josh Drinkwater and Travis Burns from Wests Tigers and St Helens respectively.
Sheffield Eagles It’s been a pretty dismal year for the Sheffield Eagles, who have struggled to adapt to life as a full-time team. Nine defeats in 14 matches league matches have left the Eagles eight points adrift of the top