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Hull FC weren’t ruthless enough, says Radford

Lee-Radford

Hull FC boss Lee Radford insists his side had more than enough opportunities to put Bradford Bulls away during their 34-28 defeat – a result which all but ends their hopes of making the top eight in 2014. With six points left to play for in the regular season, the Black and Whites are still five points adrift of the ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls have “different bounce”, says Lowes

James-Lowes

Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes said his side have a “different bounce” to them in recent weeks, after they picked up their third consecutive Super League win with victory against Hull FC. Trailing 12-0 inside the first quarter, the Bulls scored five consecutive tries either side of the break to romp into a league they ultimately would not surrender, ... Read More »

The Fab Five: Week ending Sunday August 17

AdamO'BrienBradfordLondon

What an incredible week of Rugby League we’ve had – with some absolutely huge results flooding through over the last four days. The Super League and Championships tables have all been shaken up thanks to the weekend’s action – with some big movers and shakers. There were impressive performances across the board, and we had plenty of nominations for this ... Read More »

Rugby League Scoreboard: Sunday August 17

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First Utility Super League Bradford Bulls 34-28 Hull FC Huddersfield 28-14 Widnes London Broncos 40-36 Leeds Rhinos Kingstone Press Championship Sheffield 36-28 Whitehaven Batley Bulldogs 14-16 Dewsbury Rams Halifax 4-20 Featherstone Rovers Keighley 20-30 North Wales Crusaders Rochdale 10-22 Doncaster Swinton 6-56 Leigh Centurions Workington Town 32-18 Barrow Raiders Kingstone Press Championship One Gateshead 52-20 South Wales Scorpions Gloucestershire All ... Read More »

Tonight’s Super League results

St Helens 40 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 16 Salford Red Devils 34 Catalan Dragons 22 Warrington Wolves 48 Castleford Tigers 10   Full reports with photographs will appear in Monday’s edition of Rugby League Express, which also goes online on Sunday evening at 11.00pm. Read More »

Leeds Rhinos leave out nine of semi-final squad

Danny-McGuire

Leeds Rhinos have opted to rotate their squad ahead of this weekend’s clash against London Broncos – with nine of their semi-final winning squad left out for the trip to the capital. Similar to Castleford Tigers – who have left out a whole host of their big hitters the week before the Challenge Cup Final – the Rhinos have given ... Read More »

Sutcliffe living the Tetley’s Challenge Cup dream

Sutcliffe

Liam Sutcliffe has been to Wembley with Leeds Rhinos twice before, but 2014 holds an extra special significance for the lifelong Leeds fan, as this time he travels to the capital as a first team player. The 19-year-old stand-off broke into the first team from the academy setup last season and his impressive performances have seen him become a regular ... Read More »

Trio back for Bradford Bulls

Brett-Kearney

Bradford Bulls boss James Lowes has been given a major injury boost as the club look for their third successive Super League win this weekend – with the return of three of their big stars from injury. Skipper Matt Diskin has overcome a foot injury, while Brett Kearney has passed a head test after suffering concussion in the Bulls’ triumph ... Read More »

Wigan Warriors not good enough, says Wane

Shaun-Wane

Wigan Warriors boss Shaun Wane insisted he didn’t see that kind of performance coming from his side, as a late, late Josh Charnley try spared the Warriors blushes against Hull Kingston Rovers. Charnley’s try right on the hooter ensured the Warriors left East Hull with a point, as Matty Smith’s missed conversion meant it finished 14-14 on Thursday night. And, ... Read More »

Debate: Bradford or London – who is best placed for 2015?

AdamO'BrienBradfordLondon

For this week’s debate, we’re casting a mindful eye forward to the 2015 season, and examining which of Super League’s two relegated clubs are best prepared for life in the Championship next season. There’s a case to argue for both Bradford Bulls and London Broncos, with savvy recruitment and clever planning giving both clubs a case to believe they are ... Read More »