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Match report: Bradford Bulls 0-50 St Helens

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In a nutshell Bradford suffered a humiliating home defeat to St Helens, conceding nine tries and failing to register a point. The Bulls are now eight points adrift of safety following Wakefield’s two consecutive wins recently. It’s not looking good for the Odsal club. Story of the game 11’ – Jon Wilkin try; Luke Walsh goal (1/1): 0-6 27’ – ... Read More »

Rugby League round-up: Today in the NRL

Jamie Soward, a former London Broncos stand-off, scores for Penrith.

Who played today? Canterbury Bulldogs took on St George-Illawarra Dragons, while Newcastle Knights welcomed Penrith Panthers What were the scores? Canterbury thrashed Gareth Widdop’s Dragons 38-6 and the Panthers won in similar style, taking down the Knights 32-10 Who scored the points? Canterbury Bulldogs 38 Tries: Sam Perrett (5), Tony Williams (11), Tim Lafai (24, 33, 44), Greg Eastwood (62), ... Read More »

Match report: London Broncos 16-30 Huddersfield Giants

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In a nutshell London Broncos gave a much-improved performance in their first game under new coach Joe Grima and were leading 16-10 at half-time, but the Giants came back to gain their fourth successive win. How it unfolded The Giant scored an early try from Shaun Lunt, although Danny Brough couldn’t add the conversion. But the Broncos replied on 18 ... Read More »

Ben Jones-Bishop to leave Leeds Rhinos

Ben Jones-Bishop taking on the side he is to join later this year. ©RLPhotos

Leeds Rhinos fullback or winger Ben Jones-Bishop is to leave Headingley at the end of the season. Jones-Bishop, 25, came through the Rhinos Academy ranks and took his try total to 53 in 76 games with his two tries in Thursday night’s win over Castleford Tigers. He made his debut in 2008 and played in the 2011 and 2012 Grand ... Read More »

Rugby League round-up: Saturday’s NRL action

9s RL is beginning to spread across the world!

New Zealand Warriors earned their first victory at Eden Park, with a convincing 54-12 victory over Canberra Raiders, who have conceded over 50 points in successive games. Warriors’ halfback Shaun Johnson scored 26 points, converting all nine Warriors’ tries and scoring two himself. After their victory in Melbourne in their last game, it was another good result for the Warriors, ... Read More »

Match report: Widnes 18-24 Wakefield

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In a nutshell Wakefield opened up an eight-point gap on the relegation zone with a late, late try to beat Widnes. How it unfolded First half: The game was locked up at 12-12 at the break as both sides cancelled each other out in some style. Second half: Declan Hulme put Widnes in front before Harry Siejka levelled things up ... Read More »

Match report: Warrington Wolves 42-10 Catalan Dragons

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In a nutshell The Wolves were far too strong for the Catalan Dragons tonight at the Halliwell Jones Stadium tonight, leading 24-0 at half-time and pulling further away in the second half. How it unfolded Catalan winger Michael Oldfield almost scored in the 15th minute after great work by Leon Pryce, but he was just pushed into touch by Matty ... Read More »

Match report: Hull FC 16-44 Wigan Warriors

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In a nutshell Wigan inflicted yet another home defeat on Hull FC with a heavy win. How it unfolded First half: Wigan raced into a 20-6 lead at HT courtesy of scores from Dan Sarginson, Anthony Gelling and Jack Hughes, with Hull’s score coming from Gareth Ellis. Second half: Joe Burgess extended Wigan’s lead before Jamie Shaul pulled one back. ... Read More »

Keighley Cougars coach issued with two-month stadium ban

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An RFL Operational Rule Tribunal has imposed a two-month suspension on Keighley Cougars player-coach Paul March for verbally abusing match officials. Under the terms of the suspension, March is prohibited from entering any stadium in which Keighley Cougars are playing until July 8, 2014. The sanction was handed down after March was found guilty of improper conduct and breaching the ... Read More »