Parts of this article originated in League Express. Get your copy every week in stores, or get your online edition at totalrl.com/le St Helens forward Alex Walmsley insists Saints’ goals haven’t changed throughout the season, and they have always been
So, one of rugby league’s worst-kept secrets is finally out of the bag, and Leon Pryce is a Bradford player once again from next season. All eyes on next year and a return to his hometown club for the 34-year-old
Hull FC coach Lee Radford has said that he’s hopeful half-back Leon Pryce can produce a performance befitting of his career so far as both the half-back and Hull line up the next step towards the treble on Friday night.
St Helens fullback Jonny Lomax has backed his opposite number in Friday’s top-four showdown with Hull FC to be in the mix for England honours come the end of this year. The Saints take on Challenge Cup winners Hull FC,
Hull FC coach Lee Radford admits he’s in the dark about what to expect from their clash against St Helens on Friday night – just six days on from winning the Challenge Cup. Hull were victorious at Wembley last weekend
St Helens halfback Travis Burns will leave the club at the end of the season. Burns, who is currently on loan at Championship side Leigh Centurions, has decided to join the Intrust Super Cup side Wynnum Manly Seagulls for next season.
Jonny Lomax v Sam Tomkins Lomax has been a crucial part of the Saints revival under Keiron Cunningham, with the fullback nearing his best form once again following a horrendous few years with injury. However, he will face a stern
Had injury not befallen St Helens prop Alex Walmsley at the end of last season, he could have well been on the podium in Wigan last November celebrating with England. Walmsley had produced undoubtedly the best season of his career
Keiron Cunningham has warned he is expecting “fireworks” when he takes his St Helens side to Wigan for the second time in less than a month on Friday night. Following a run of seven consecutive victories in the league, the
Kieron Cunningham faces a selection crisis for Friday’s match with Wigan, after Luke Walsh and Luke Thompson were both handed two-game suspensions. The duo was found guilty of a dangerous throw and shoulder charge respectively, both ranked at grade C.