England and Wigan winger Josh Charnley has been left out of the Warriors’ 19-man squad for this Saturday’s Grand Final. Charnley has struggled to get past stiff competition in the shape of Joe Burgess and Dom Manfredi in recent weeks,
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has hinted that Jordan Lilley could be in their match day 17 for the Grand Final – but again could not get a runout, meaning Leeds could only use 16 players in the Grand Final.
For this week’s special Throwback Thursday, we’re perhaps inevitably going back to the first ever Super League Grand Final – and the last time Leeds and Wigan met in a major final ahead of this Saturday’s end-of-season spectacular. Much like
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane says it would mean “everything” to secure a second Grand Final win in three years – and avoid the heartbreak of another loss at Old Trafford for the second year in a row. After beating
Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell believes that the make-up of his squad for 2016 is looking strong for next season. The Tigers have only confirmed two new faces for next year – Ben Crooks and Greg Minikin – but Gadwin
Papua New Guinea have been granted co-hosting rights with Australia and New Zealand for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. In a first for the Pacific Island nation which boasts rugby league as its number one sport, PNG will host
Castleford Tigers can confirm that Nathan Massey has agreed a new four-year extension with the club, keeping the forward at the Tigers until the end of the 2019 season. Massey joined the Tigers’ at the young age of 15 and has
England have been dealt another hammer blow ahead of this year’s internationals with France and New Zealand – after it was revealed centre Jack Reed will miss the international programme for a fourth consecutive year. The Brisbane Broncos star, who
Wigan and Leeds will not only be playing for Super League glory at Old Trafford this Saturday – they’ll be playing with a unique and perhaps unknown sporting record on the line. The Warriors and Leeds will meet for only
Wigan Warriors scrum-half says he still is hopeful of getting the nod for Steve McNamara’s England squad which will be named this Sunday – and says a good performance in the Grand Final could increase his chances of getting in.