Dewsbury Rams Chairman Mark Sawyer says there has been no contact from Bradford Bulls over the availability of coach Glenn Morrison. The Australian has been extensively linked with the vacant Bulls post since James Lowes resigned last week, and was
Hull FC coach Lee Radford said it is difficult to think of a better English fullback than his own star Jamie Shaul. Shaul returned to the Hull side on Sunday and played a telling role as the Black and Whites
Castleford Tigers have become the latest team to enter a dual-registration partnership, joining forces with Championship side Batley Bulldogs. And both Ryan Boyle and Greg Minikin will play for the Bulldogs this weekend when they take on Leigh Centurions. Speaking on
By his own admission, Ryan Brierley admits that the last few months have been a ‘dream come true’, and he will fulfil one more ambition of his tonight. Brierley emphatically made his presence felt in Super League last week as
Wakefield hooker Scott Moore has claimed that life under previous coach Brian Smith was somewhat “erratic” and that the feeling within the club has improved under Chris Chester. The Wildcats have moved to within touching distance of the top eight
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.
League Express editor Martyn Sadler was on talkSPORT this Friday to discuss the various ongoings in the world of Rugby League. You can listen to the full package below.
Delegates from Malta, Serbia, Norway and Hungary congregated in Budapest for a five-day coaching seminar, led by RLEF Coaching Manager Martin Crick, as part of the EU backed Training and Education Portal project. Gyula Herpai, Balint Mezes and Michael Hay,
Wigan head coach Shaun Wane admitted Warrington were too good for them during their 40-10 defeat at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The Warriors were second best as they dropped two points behind Warrington in the Super League ladder, and Wane
Warrington’s head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith admitted Wigan are ‘doing it tough’ with injuries after his side defeated the Warriors 40-10. Shaun Wane’s side have managed to grind out numerous wins this year despite a string of injuries