After months of waiting, we were finally given our first taste of Super League action in 2016 as all twelve teams got their seasons underway. Shocks, thrills and spills came in abundance while a number of players also set their
Brian Smith was far from despondent after Wakefield’s opening day defeat at the hands of Widnes. However, he did acknowledged that there will need to be improvements in the coming weeks and months. “There were some obvious disappointments in the
Widnes head coach Denis Betts revelled in his side’s opening day victory over Wakefield. Two tries through debutant Setaimata Sa helped secure a 24-16 win at Belle Vue with Rhys Hanbury and Lloyd White also scoring. After being tipped by
Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell criticised his team for throwing away their game with Hull KR 16 apiece. Despite leading the match on three occasions, the Tigers returned to West Yorkshire with just one league point after Josh Mantellato’s
Chris Chester believes Hull KR responded to their critics in the best way possible after securing a 16-16 draw with Castleford. Josh Mantellato’s late try and conversion from the corner secured a point for Rovers, much to the delight of Chester.
Huddersfield Giants have confirmed former Bradford winger Jamie Foster is on trial with the club, a story revealed in League Express’ online edition last night. Foster has not played professionally since leaving the Bulls at the end of the 2014
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.
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