It doesn’t take a genius to work out Shaun Wane’s feelings when it comes to the Good Friday derby between his beloved Wigan and St Helens. Debate will probably rage until the end of time as to what the biggest
Jamahl Lolesi has said that St Helens will keep things as simple as possible as they look to start life without Keiron Cunningham in the best possible manner today. Lolesi, alongside fellow assistant Sean Long and under-19s coach Derek Traynor,
Is Castleford v Wakefield the real game of the weekend? Wigan and St Helens fans won’t like to hear it – but is the most intriguing game of Good Friday, for once at least, not between those two great rivals?
Widnes coach Denis Betts said his team are “dying in fear” after another defeat on Thursday night. The Vikings remain bottom of Super League after the 19-10 loss to Warrington – leaving them with just one win to their name
Warrington picked up their second victory in as many weeks as their revival picked up speed with a 19-10 victory over Widnes. A scrappy game saw the Wolves cling on to earn the two points after leading 17-4 at half-time.
England and St Helens centre Mark Percival has agreed a new long-term contract with the club. On the eve of the first derby of 2017 against Wigan on Good Friday, Percival has penned terms to agree a new four-year deal
Rick Stone cut short his radio interview last night. But in just over three minutes of dialogue with BBC Radio Leeds, the Huddersfield head coach made it abundantly clear that he was entirely unimpressed with his side’s display in their defeat
Former Saints player John Stankevitch believes St Helens have lost the winning culture that made them one of the world’s elite clubs. Stankevitch, a Grand Final and World Club Challenge winner with St Helens during his five seasons with the
Wakefield & District Community Stadium Trust has responded to the leader of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council leader Peter Box’s statement in Wednesday’s Council meeting about forging a new partnership between the Council, the Trust and the developer Yorkcourt with the aim
Warrington coach Tony Smith is hopeful his side can build on their first win of 2017 last week ahead of their huge local derby against Widnes tonight. The Wolves know that victory at the Select Security Stadium will move them