We’ve already looked at six of the best Wembley final moments in the run-up to this weekend’s thriller between Warrington and Hull FC – now it’s time to look at some of the greatest finals in history in general. But
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has confirmed he has been given a huge boost ahead of the remainder of their Super 8s campaign with the news that key forwards Tony Clubb and Sean O’Loughlin will return to action next week.
Round Six St Helens 18-47 Hull FC The Black and Whites produce one of the performances of the season so far to hammer St Helens in their own back yard live on the BBC. The win, which was their first
Castleford Tigers CEO Steve Gill has hit out after the club were forced to change two of their Super 8s fixtures due to TV scheduling. The Tigers’ game against Wakefield, initially scheduled for next Sunday, has had to be put
NRL play-off semi-finals, a Challenge Cup semi and defeat in the last four of the World Cup twice: it probably wouldn’t be an over-exaggeration to call Ashton Sims one of the game’s unluckiest players. He has fallen at the final
HUNSLET Club Parkside will meet Rochdale Mayfield in the 2016 Conference Trophy Final. Parkside accounted for Milford Marlins 21-6 in last night’s semi-final, while Mayfield prevailed at Featherstone Lions at the weekend. Milford opened the scoring at Hunslet
Although it’s strictly about club matters this Saturday when Hull FC take on Warrington, you can safely assume the new England coach will have one eye on what’s happening from the other side of the world. The chance to shine
Warrington Wolves fullback Stefan Ratchford believes Saturday’s Challenge Cup final with Hull has all the makings of a classic. Wembley is arguably yet to see an thrilling final since Rugby League returned there in 2007. But many believe that could change
Hull FC centre Kirk Yeaman insists that victory at Wembley this weekend would top the Challenge Cup success he enjoyed 11 years ago with the Black and Whites as they aim to finally end their hoodoo at the national stadium this weekend.
Although the accent firmly gives away the place of his birth, if you think of Lee Radford’s playing career and his biggest success, it undoubtedly came further down the M62 at Bradford. After starting his career at Hull, Radford left