Huddersfield Giants star Joe Wardle has put his plans for the Four Nations on hold following the club’s disappointing start to the season. The Halifax-born centre or backrower has played internationally for Scotland since making his debut for the Bravehearts
Whitehaven winger Craig Calvert’s career total tries has been clarified by the RFL. There had been a number of differing figures both for Calvert’s total and that of previous club record scorer David Seeds. But extensive checking between the RFL’s
Justin Carney has revealed Salford’s ability to help turn his life around made the decision to remain at the club a ‘no-brainer’. The prolific winger made his loan move from Castleford permanent last week after signing a three-year deal to
Warrington Wolves half-back Kurt Gidley admits his team has had to learn to play without star pivot Chris Sandow in recent weeks, but he says they are slowly getting there. The Wolves found life tough going after Sandow suffered a
Huddersfield Giants will approach Warrington Wolves about extending their deal for winger Gene Ormsby. “He’s a great player and someone who I’d like to try and keep here longer but we’ll have to see how things develop on that,” said
Leeds Rhinos’ young halfback Jordan Lilley is receiving plenty of praise for his recent performances, even in defeat. But Lilley, 19, admits that he would prefer to be winning points rather than individual praise from the critics and Leeds supporters.
Hull FC will go to St Helens for their Challenge Cup sixth round tie on today without two of their overseas stars Frank Pritchard and Sika Manu, after the club agreed to release both players for international duty this. Whilst
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is hoping that his club will be back in its Kirkstall training facility within the next month, and he says its loss has had a much bigger impact than anyone thought it would have.
Marquee signing Frank Pritchard has quickly endeared himself to the Hull FC fans this season, and he enhanced that bond with a typically strong performance in defeat at Headingley on Friday night. Pritchard made 180 metres in the torrential rain,
Oldham backrower Gary Middlehurst says he still has to recover some lost weight from his time travelling around the world with his wife. The former Rochdale and North Wales player, who has been outstanding for the Roughyeds since his arrival