Following their emphatic victory against Widnes Vikings in Sunday’s Challenge Cup semi-final, Castleford Tigers fans have been queuing up outside the Mend-A-Hose Jungle to buy their tickets for the final at Wembley, in which they will take on Leeds Rhinos.
Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson believes in-form back-rower Ukuma Ta’ai will be on fire against Widnes on Sunday thanks to a two-week break. The Tongan World Cup star strained his groin a fortnight ago and was not risked in round 23
Hull KR coach Chris Chester says centre Kris Welham has lost confidence in his own ability and will play on dual registration duty with Gateshead Thunder until he rediscovers some form. The 27-year-old has scored more Super League tries for
Extensive video highlights of Saturday’s thrilling Challenge Cup semi-final clash between Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves at Langtree Park. What do you think about this video? Discuss this and much more on our free fans’ forum. For more Rugby League
Castleford hooker Daryl Clark has been awarded BRUT’s try of the month award for July thanks to a sensational solo effort against Widnes in round 19. Watch the video below to see who else made the top five. What do
Widnes Vikings player Willie Isa has been charged with two disciplinary offences following incidents in the Tetley’s Challenge Cup semi-final against Castleford Tigers at Leigh Sports Village. Isa has been charged with Grade B dangerous contact on Castleford Tigers player
Zak Hardaker will not be charged over the incident that caused an eye injury to Chris Hill during Saturday’s Challenge Cup semi-final between Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves. Hill was left with a visible injury underneath his right eye after
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have been dealt a blow for their remaining Super League games, after prop Nick Scruton was ruled out for the rest of the season due to injury. Scruton has been in excellent form for the Wildcats since
In the latest episode of TotalRL TV, Widnes boss Denis Betts reflects on his side’s convincing Challenge Cup loss but refuses to be drawn into commenting on the pitch invasion by Vikings fans. What do you think about this story?
Widnes Vikings have released a statement following yesterday’s Challenge Cup semi-final loss to Castleford Tigers, in which a group of fans invaded the pitch at the end of the match. It reads: “We have pledged to work with the RFL