At least four England players will feature in the annual curtain-raiser to the 2016 NRL season as part of a revamp to the current system. They will be part of a new World XIII to play the leading indigenous players of
St Helens have secured the signing of the versatile Widnes back Jack Owens on a two-year deal. The 21-year-old outside back has played 66 times since making his debut at just 16 for Widnes Vikings, scoring 30 tries and 122 goals.
Police have confirmed that the death of Super League referee Chris Leatherbarrow is not being treated as suspicious. Leatherbarrow suddenly passed away on Sunday evening. He leaves behind a young daughter. A police spokesperson said: “Merseyside Police can confirm officers
Tributes have poured in following the tragic death of Super League referee Chris Leatherbarrow, aged 26. Player, clubs and colleagues were quick to take to social media and offer their condolences as the sad news became apparent late on Sunday
Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash has confirmed the club have signed Castleford winger Justin Carney for the 2016 season. Carney’s future was up in the air with a number of clubs believed to be keen on the services of
It’s that time of year when razors are locked in the cupboard and male stubble becomes a nationwide phenomenon (for those that can grow it, anyway). Movember commenced a few days ago, and some of England’s biggest stars are getting involved,
Official Cider of Rugby League, Kingstone Press, is offering supporters the opportunity to be there from start to finish for all of 2016’s showpiece events, including England Internationals, with the Ultimate Season Ticket. One lucky fan will win a pair
Leeds Rhinos have publicly admitted they are interested in the signature of Sam Burgess. Burgess’ future has become a hot topic after reports surfaced that he is looking to secure a switch back to the 13-man code, with South Sydney
Hull FC are thought to be chasing Salford Red Devils back Ben Jones-Bishop. TotalRL.com understands that the Airlie Birds are keen to invest some of the £150,000 made on the sale of Joe Westerman back into the team, with Jones-Bishop thought
Jake Webster has committed his short-term future to Castleford by signing a new one-year deal. Webster was out of contract at the end of the year but has now agreed to extend his stay in West Yorkshire for another season.