With the fifth round of the Challenge Cup set to get underway on Friday night, fans will be looking at all eight ties and wondering where the best chance of an upset is. The competition has had two real fairytale
Castleford Tigers winger Joel Monaghan insists that despite their heaviest loss in over a decade last week, he’s expecting the very best of Wigan Warriors tonight. The Tigers travel to the DW Stadium looking to inflict more misery on the
Experienced Leeds back-row Carl Ablett is hopeful that the club’s hard work will pay off tonight. The Rhinos will try to kickstart their horrendous season once again when they take on high-flying Hull FC, who have won their previous five
Salford Red Devils coach Ian Watson has insisted to the club’s fans that they are going to give the Challenge Cup a “real good crack” in 2016. Watson revealed to TotalRL.com that he is planning on sending a strong squad
In the words of Denny Solomona, he is a ‘pretty chilled out dude’. His self-description is typified by his acrobatic and energetic try-scoring abilities that have set the Super League alight since joining Castleford at the start of last season.
Keiron Cunningham stated that his side looked like a bunch of juniors following a disappointing display in their 30-12 defeat to Catalans. Saints suffered a third consecutive home defeat at the hands of the impressive Dragons, leaving them sixth in Super
Catalans head coach Laurent Frayssinous has talked down suggestions of making a Grand Final appearance. Following yet another impressive display last night, with Jodie Broughton’s four tries helping Catalans defeat St Helens 30-12, the French outfit reasserted their Grand Final
Catalans recorded their most impressive victory yet as they defeated St Helens 30-12. In what was their fifth victory in six away outings this season, a four-try haul by Jodie Broughton helped Catalans to a stunning victory at Langtree Park.
Castleford Tigers have confirmed that Jy Hitchcox has agreed a new two-year contract extension to keep him at the club until the end of the 2018 season. Hitchcox joined the Tigers from Championship side Featherstone Rovers at the beginning of
James Webster has named James Donaldson in his squad for the first time ahead of Hull KR’s Challenge Cup tie against Oldham. Donaldson has been unavailable following wrist surgery on an injury he picked up during the opening game of