Kevin Sinfield receives MBE from Prince William

Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield has dedicated his MBE honour to the club, after he accepted the award at a Buckingham Palace investiture ceremony on Wednesday. Sinfield was given the honour by Prince William, who honoured the man that has become the most successful captain in the history of Leeds Rhinos, captaining them to every domestic honour available since his…

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VIDEO: Premier League footballer excited for Magic Weekend

Super League have been up in Newcastle this week to promote the 2015 Magic Weekend, ahead of its debut at Newcastle United’s St James’ Park stadium. And along with Wigan’s Kris Radlinski and the Super League trophy, Newcastle star Ryan Taylor was also there, and he spoke exclusively with Super League TV about the event. Avid Rugby League fan Taylor…

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Could Gil Dudson be heading for Catalans Dragons?

After a high turnaround in the front row during the off-season, speculation has feverishly linked Wigan prop Gil Dudson with a move away from the club for the last few weeks. Hull Kingston Rovers and several other Super League and NRL clubs are believed to be showing an interest in the Welsh international, who has been told he can leave…

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Pitch invasion fine: Widnes and RFL release statement

The RFL and Widnes Vikings have accepted the decision of an independent Tribunal to fine the club £20,000 for serious breaches of the sport’s Operational Rules at the end of a Challenge Cup semi-final at Leigh Sports Village in August. The governing body and Widnes Vikings are continuing to work with all relevant agencies to bring to account the individuals…

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Widnes Vikings fined £20,000 for Challenge Cup pitch invasion

Widnes Vikings have been fined £20,000 after an independent tribunal found them guilty of serious breaches of RFL Operational Rules following crowd disturbances at the end of a Challenge Cup semi-final against Castleford Tigers played at Leigh Sports Village played on Sunday August 10. Widnes were found to be in breach of Operational Rule D1.8c (improper conduct), D1.10b (safety/misconduct of…

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Wolves roster full, says Tony Smith

Warrington coach Tony Smith has revealed the Wolves don’t expect to make any more pre-season signings. The eight-time Challenge Cup winners have brought in three high-profile names for 2015 – St Helens’ Gary Wheeler, Ashton Sims from North Queensland and Castleford’s Daryl Clark – and will only dip into the market again if their hand is forced. “We’re pretty full,…

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