It’s not been a bad old week for Salford, has it? The first team to beat Castleford this season last Sunday, the Red Devils followed that good news up with even more during the week. Ben Murdoch-Masila is sticking around;
It is tough being a new recruit wherever you go in rugby league – but Anthony Mullally must have felt doubly out-of-place last year. After being announced as one of Leeds’ new signings for the 2016 season, Mullally debuted before
Wakefield coach Chris Chester insisted Keegan Hirst didn’t look out of place on his Super League debut – but insisted his side are not getting carried away despite victory against Leigh. Trinity bounced back from a poor performance against Leeds
Leigh coach Neil Jukes was left to reflect on a frustrating night for his side after the Centurions threw away a 12-point half-time lead to lose at Wakefield: calling their performance “chalk and cheese”. Leigh were great value for their
Wakefield Trinity overturned a 24-12 half-time deficit to defeat Leigh Centurions 28-24. After a one-sided first-half in which Neil Jukes’ side dominated, Trinity put in a much-improved display in the final 40 minutes and Ben Jones-Bishop’s try ultimately secured victory.
Three key Salford Red Devils players have signed new deals with the club, owner Marwan Koukash has confirmed. Junior Sa’u, Weller Hauraki and Lama Tasi have all extended their stays with the club, following in the footsteps of Ben Murdoch-Masila
Salford Red Devils have confirmed that coach Ian Watson has signed a new three-year deal with the club – while forward Ben Murdoch-Masila has also agreed a contract extension with the Devils. Watson, whose existing contract with the Red Devils
Salford Red Devils provided a cancer patient with a day to remember as he inspired the team ahead of their victory over Castleford. Loyal fan Anthony McConaghy, 61, was presented a special invite by the club and was asked to
It’s our weekly Thursday quiz where we challenge you to match the player to the particular milestone they can achieve during this week’s Super League. Can you get 100%?
Widnes Vikings will be without Hep Cahill for six weeks after he suffered a PCL injury. Denis Betts confirmed that the loose-forward would miss the Easter period and beyond after suffering a similar injury to Vikings teammate Joe Mellor. It