Toronto Wolfpack have made their biggest signing yet in the shape of iconic New Zealand international Fuifui Moimoi. The 37-year-old veteran was announced as the club’s major signing at their press conference prior to the Four Nations final in Liverpool.
Following a recommendation from the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) Board to conditionally award the 2025 Rugby League World Cup to North America, the RLIF Congress endorsed the recommendation at its annual general meeting, held in Liverpool on Friday. RLIF
New Zealand coach David Kidwell has refused to reveal his lineup for the Four Nations final, and even his players had claimed as late as Friday that they have been left in the dark, although they were expecting to be told at dinner on Friday night.
Australian coach Mal Meninga has called on Four Nations Final referee Ben Cummins to strictly enforce the 10-metre rule in tomrrow’s game at Anfield, despite Liverpool’s shortened pitch. The Anfield pitch will be nine metres shorter than the regulation size,
AUSTRALIA will be missing back row forward Sam Thaiday when they face New Zealand in the final of the Four Nations at Anfield on Sunday. Thaiday misses out after suffering a facial injury against England last Sunday and he has been
Catalans Dragons have confirmed the signing of French international prop Mickael Simon on a two-year contract. The club claims they have reached an agreement with Wakefield Trinity to allow the player to return to the club, having played for the
Planning permission to develop Oldham’s Whitebank stadium has been approved, the club has confirmed. The Championship club played their matches at Bower Fold this year and will continue to do so next season as developments of their ground continue. However,
Leeds Rhinos and Hunslet RLFC will participate in the inaugural Harry Jepson OBE Memorial Cup next year. The two clubs have traditionally held a pre-season fixture to compete for the Lazenby Cup, however, the game has now been named in
The Rugby Football League and the joint administrators of Bradford Bulls have mutually agreed to resolve the Bulls’ affairs as swiftly as is possible. Gary Pettit of PBC Business Recovery was appointed as one of the joint administrators on Monday, while
Methley Royals will again stage a `Villagers v Townies’ game at Christmas after the huge success of last year’s initiative. The match, which will pitch local lads against those from outside the village, on the outskirts of Castleford,