They haven’t played in the league for over a decade – but Wigan Warriors captain Sean O’Loughlin believes that the ‘battle of the borough’ between the world champions and Leigh Centurions is on par with derby matches against St Helens.
Danny Brough can move into ninth on the all-time leading points scorers list in rugby league history this weekend – but that isn’t the only milestone that can be reached. Test your knowledge of Super League (and beyond!) with our
Castleford fullback Zak Hardaker has insisted he is not interested in proving a point to parent club Leeds on Thursday night as he prepares to face them for the first time since leaving Headingley – after a frank admission that
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has admitted he would like to see England coach Wayne Bennett not only put his faith in Castleford’s Luke Gale for the World Cup – but also get the team to “play around him” after identifying
Salford Red Devils full-back Gareth O’Brien has put pen to paper on a new three-year contract that will keep him at the club until 2020. O’Brien joined the Red Devils from Warrington for the 2016 season and has quickly established
Hull FC coach Lee Radford has challenged League Express columnist and rugby league Hall of Famer Garry Schofield to come to the club’s training ground and have a “passing competition” with Marc Sneyd in light of Schofield’s criticism of the FC
It’s been a thrilling first few weeks of the season – and with March now upon us, I thought I’d use this week’s column to try and dissect everything I’ve seen and pick out five things I – and hopefully
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1. Wigan Warriors (-) The reigning Super League and world champions remain at the top of our rankings for another week – although if this was combining activities both on and off the field they may have taken a drop!
St Helens winger Tommy Makinson has insisted that there are no weak links among the 12-team Super League anymore ahead of Friday night’s clash with Wakefield. Trinity are still without a win from their opening two games of the new