Ben Westwood of Warrington Wolves has been banned for two matches for making a Grade B shoulder strike on Castleford Tigers player Luke Gale in the 4th minute of the First Utility Super League Round 23 match played on Sunday July 26.
Bradford Bulls have announced the signing of State of Origin star Dane Nielsen, who has agreed a deal which will keep him at the Provident Stadium until the end of next season. Nielsen, 30, has spent his entire career playing in
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He left St Helens at the end of last season to return to the NRL – and Nathan Brown is being linked with the vacant coaching role at Newcastle Knights according to reports in Australia. Brown is tipped to be
Dewsbury Rams have achieved their highest average attendance since the turn of the century. The Rams have recorded an average crowd of 1,429 for 2015’s regular schedule of Kingstone Press Championship fixtures. It’s the best average seen at The Tetley’s
Kyle Amor insists the opportunity to walk out at Wembley in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final is all the ammunition St Helens need to defeat Leeds Rhinos in the semi-final on Friday July 31 (8.00pm) at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Two players have been charged with offences committed in recent First Utility Super League Round 23 fixtures. Benjamin Garcia of Catalans Dragons has been charged with making a Grade A dangerous throw on Kylie Leuluai in the 52nd minute of the
Castleford head coach Daryl Powell was left furious after Ben Westwood’s challenge on Luke Gale went unpunished. Gale was taken to hospital after a late challenge in the second minute of the game, with the Tigers eventually losing 44-6 to
Bernard Guasch, chairman of Catalans Dragons, has been fined £1,000 by the RFL for misconduct. Guasch criticised the referee following the Dragons’ home defeat to Huddersfield earlier this month. Following the match, a statement issued read “Enough is enough. We
Newcastle Knights have sacked coach Rick Stone after a drastic downturn in form. Stone’s fate was sealed after the Knights were thrashed 52-6 by South Sydney Rabbitohs, with Greg Inglis scoring a hat-trick. It was the final straw for Stone,