FULL TIME: SUPER LEAGUE Hull KR 16-16 Castleford Tigers Wakefield Wildcats 16-24 Widnes Vikings CHAMPIONSHIP Batley 24-22 Leigh Bradford 22-12 Featherstone Halifax 52-6 Whitehaven Workington 6-42 Sheffield Eagles Swinton Lions 24-26 Dewsbury Rams Oldham Roughyeds 0-22 London Broncos 16:52 –
League Express editor Martyn Sadler was on talkSPORT Saturday morning discussing the early Super League action while also previewing Sunday’s games. You can listen to the full interview in our two-part special below.
Bradford winger James Clare is determined to put one over the club he grew up hating this weekend. Castleford-born Clare has a not-so fond relationship with Featherstone due to the rivalry between Rovers and his hometown club. Having also played for
Today’s Xamax BARLA National Cup second round tie between Oldham St Anne’s and Myton Warriors is off. Oldham’s pitch is waterlogged, and the teams will try again next Saturday (13 February). XAMAX BARLA NATIONAL CUP
London head coach Andrew Henderson has revealed new halfback signing Israel Eliab will not arrive at the club until March. The PNG international is still going through the process of sorting his visa ahead of his move to the Broncos.
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has promised that his team will get better next week, after a scrappy opening weekend victory against Catalans Dragons. The Warriors edged out the Dragons 12-6 on a DW Stadium pitch that looked way below
Catalans Dragons coach Laurent Frayssinous admitted that the injury suffered by key hooker Paul Aiton in their opening weekend loss to Wigan “doesn’t look good”. Aiton left the field after only 11 minutes of his debut on Friday night and
Salford Red Devils coach Ian Watson says he wants his side to respond to their opening weekend loss to Hull with the “right mentality defensively” in their next game. The Devils face St Helens in front of the Sky cameras
Hull FC coach Lee Radford has insisted his side are still not the finished article, despite them roaring to the top of Super League with victory against Salford on Friday night. The Black and Whites won 42-20, with two late
Huddersfield Giants have suffered further injury problems after their opening weekend defeat to St Helens – with two of their key players being withdrawn throughout the Langtree Park loss. Huddersfield were already without Luke Robinson, Craig Huby, Kyle Wood and