Issue 417 of Rugby League World magazine is out this Friday – available both in newsagents and digitally. We have a great, limited-time Christmas offer running that allows readers to try out the new edition for just £2.99 including delivery.
With the end of the year fast approaching – and the new season also quickly emerging on the horizon – we’re spending the last few weeks of 2015 looking back at some of the highlights of the year gone by.
Wigan Warriors youngster Sam Powell has admitted he wants to kick on even further in 2016 and break into the Warriors’ starting 13 on a regular basis. Powell played 23 times for Wigan last year but started on only five
Hull KR have been handed a major boost ahead of the start of Super League 2016, after it was revealed by coach Chris Chester that Terry Campese is set to return before the season begins. Campese hasn’t played since suffering
With news emerging yesterday that Brett Ferres has been transfer-listed by Huddersfield Giants, his days at the West Yorkshire club look to be numbered. The news comes to light after it was revealed the England international has also been disciplined
Huddersfield Giants head coach Paul Anderson has praised his overseas imports after revealing he turned down numerous offers to play in the NRL. The former St Helens, Bradford and Great Britain star spent the entirety of his career in Super League
Brett Ferres has been transfer listed, Huddersfield Giants have confirmed. The news comes to light after it was revealed the England international has also been disciplined for his off-field issues, with Ferres alleged to have had an affair with the wife of
There were plenty of stories that had us gripped throughout 2015, and next year only promises to be better. After a wonderful first year in the Super 8s era, everyone is desperate to find out what will happen as the
The Rugby League Family has again dug deep to help out after the recent Cumbrian floods. Signed shirts and other Rugby League items are winging their way to Cumbria to be auctioned in aid of the Cumbria Community Foundation, a
Wigan Warriors’ latest young star Lewis Tierney has admitted he is eagerly anticipating the 2016 season. The young outside back is expected to deputise for Sam Tomkins as he recovers from an injury that will rule him out until around