Sharks too good for Warriors in Auckland

Sharks too good for Warriors in Auckland

Cronulla Sharks consolidated their top-four position today in Auckland with a 26-12 victory over New Zealand Warriors at Mount Smart Stadium, effectively ending the Warriors’ play-off hopes. Sam Lisone came into the Warriors’ starting side at prop with Ben Matulino

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TotalRL’s top ten Championship signings of the season

TotalRL’s top ten Championship signings of the season

As we continue our look at the season so far, we shift our focus to some of the best signings of the season in the Championship. With the help of coaches and journalists across the league, we have put together

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John Bateman hoping to end his and Wigan’s wait for a Wembley final

John Bateman hoping to end his and Wigan’s wait for a Wembley final

John Bateman could be forgiven for thinking he’s a bit of a jinx. After all, this is his fourth season with Wigan and he’s still waiting to see the Warriors reach a Wembley final, let alone actually play there himself

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Golding aiming to go from Wembley ballboy to Wembley player this weekend

Golding aiming to go from Wembley ballboy to Wembley player this weekend

There is a great charm that’s hard to ignore when it comes to Ashton Golding’s rise at Leeds Rhinos. Perhaps the greatest attraction of the scrum-capped fullback is how relatable he is to so many other young aspiring players. The

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Wigan centre Oliver Gildart open to representing Italy at World Cup

Wigan centre Oliver Gildart open to representing Italy at World Cup

Oliver Gildart admits that while his priority for this year’s World Cup is forcing his way into Wayne Bennett’s thinking, should that not materialise he would be open to representing Italy, the country of his grandfather’s birth. Gildart qualifies for

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Super League club-by-club regular season review plus grading

Super League club-by-club regular season review plus grading

Castleford Tigers (1st) Highlight: Take your pick so far; although Tigers fans will not forget the 66-10 mauling of local rivals Leeds back in March in a hurry, surely. Lowlight: There haven’t been many, but the disappointing defeat to Salford

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England and France go head-to-head in Wheelchair World Cup Final

England and France go head-to-head in Wheelchair World Cup Final

Holders France face England today in the decider of the 2017 Wheelchair World Cup. The match, at Perpignan, kicks off at 19.00 hours local time (6.00pm GMT). England have reached the final after accounting for Australia 78-36 in the semi-final. Australia

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QUIZ: Can you name all the Challenge Cup semi-final venues since 1980?

QUIZ: Can you name all the Challenge Cup semi-final venues since 1980?

Seen as though it’s cup semi-final weekend, we thought we’d test your knowledge of rugby league’s most historic and proudest competition with a teaser of a quiz. This weekend, the sport is heading to Doncaster and Warrington for the semi-finals

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Wales close Wheelchair World Cup campaign on a high

Wales close Wheelchair World Cup campaign on a high

  Wales have finished fifth in the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup after beating Spain 66-45 in their final ranking match today writes Ian Golden. This is despite the Welsh being down to just seven fit players, they were missing

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Forster extends Haven stay

Forster extends Haven stay

Whitehaven have confirmed player/coach Carl Forster has signed a new two-year deal with the club. Forster, 25, was appointed as the club’s head coach ahead of the season and has guided them to a second-placed finish in League 1 at

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