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Farrell to play in Wigan curtain raiser

Andy Farrell

Former Wigan Captain Andy Farrell is set to make a remarkable return to the DW Stadium when he lines up for the Joining Jack Legends ahead of the Big One 5 on Friday night. Farrell, renowned for his passionate leadership and inspirational teamtalks will once again be barking out the orders as he leads the Joining Jack Legends into battle. ... Read More »

EXCLUSIVE: Sneak preview of Daryl Clark interview

Daryl-Clark

In tomorrow’s League Express, we’ve a special treat for Castleford Tigers fans – as we sit down and speak to Daryl Clark for the first time since his move to Warrington was announced. Clark talks to us about how difficult it has been to keep the transfer under wraps, as well as how he’s fully determined to leave Castleford on ... Read More »

The Fab Five: Sunday August 31

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What another incredible weekend of Rugby League action! There have been movers and shakers all across Super League, Championship and Championship One – with plenty of brilliant performances. However, there can only be five teams who make our exclusive club this week – and we’ve been asking you for the “Fab Five” for this weekend. Which teams stood out above ... Read More »

Rugby League Tables: Sunday August 31

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First Utility Super League 1 St Helens 25 19 0 6 768 507 38 2 Castleford Tigers 25 16 2 7 782 533 34 3 Wigan Warriors 25 16 1 8 789 403 33 4 Warrington Wolves 25 16 1 8 734 479 33 5 Huddersfield Giants 25 15 3 7 730 582 33 6 Leeds Rhinos 25 15 2 ... Read More »

Rugby League Scorboard: Sunday August 31

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First Utility Super League FT – Wakefield 42-6 Salford Red Devils Castleford Tigers 30-18 Bradford Bulls Kingstone Press Championship FT – Barrow 36-16 Crusaders FT – Batley 42-0 Swinton FT – Dewsbury 24-12 Keighley FT – Doncaster 39-18 Halifax FT – Featherstone 28-40 Sheffield FT – Whitehaven 48-12 Rochdale Kingstone Press Championship One FT – Gateshead 40-14 Oldham FT – ... Read More »

Hull KR release Greg Eden

Greg-Eden

Hull Kingston Rovers have agreed to release Greg Eden from the final year of his contract to allow him to take up an opportunity in Australia next season. Eden has made 37 appearances for the Robins since joining from Super League rivals Huddersfield Giants but will now head Down Under to join an NRL club in 2015. Speaking to www.hullkr.co.uk, ... Read More »

Catalans far too strong for London in Perpignan

Catalan Dragons coasted to an easy 46-4 victory over London Broncos this afternoon at the Stade Gilbert Brutus, after building up a 34-0 half-time lead. The Dragons scored eight tries, with Morgan EscarĂ© picking up a first-half hat-trick while Daryl Millard touched down twice, and other tries were scored by Vincent Duport, Ben Pomeroy and Zeb Taia. Thomas Bosc added ... Read More »

Vikings secure play-off place with Wigan victory

Widnes Vikings almost certainly secured themselves a place in the Super League play-offs tonight at the Select Security Stadium, defeating Wigan 24-10 in front of 6,223 supporters and effectively ending Wigan’s challenge for the League Leaders’ Shield. Wigan had selected a strong squad, including the returning Michael McIlorum, who had been out for two months with injury, and their coach ... Read More »

Airlie Birds sweep aside the Robins at the KC Stadium

Hull FC registered a surprisingly easy 28-0 victory over their neighbours Hull Kingston Rovers in front of 18,104 spectators tonight at the KC Stadium, almost certainly ending the Robins’ play-off hopes and making their own supporters wonder what might have been this season if they had been able to put more games like this together. And the Black and Whites ... Read More »

Saints have one hand on League Leaders’ Shield

St Helens took a giant step towards winning the League Leaders’ Shield tonight at Headingley, coming from 12-2 down to beat Leeds Rhinos 12-13, after the Rhinos had to play for 60 minutes with 12 men following the dismissal of centre Joel Moon for a shoulder charge to the head of his opposite number Mark Percival. Percival was carried off ... Read More »