It’s hard to look anywhere other than Super League leaders Castleford if you’re wanting a feel-good rugby league story at the minute. But if you delve deeper into what’s going on, there’s plenty to be excited about. There have been
Wigan coach Shaun Wane has warned that his side will not get carried away despite another impressive victory on Thursday night. Wigan made it four wins from four at the start of the Super League season with a 38-16 win
Wigan coach Shaun Wane has stressed that Thursday night’s opponents Warrington Wolves are in a “false position” at the bottom of Super League. The two Grand Finalists from last season meet in 2017 for the first time at the Halliwell
Shaun Wane has confirmed that wingers Joe Burgess and Lewis Tierney are both expected to miss the next four to six weeks of action. The two wingers were forced from the field in the club’s 20-0 defeat of Leigh last
Leigh Centurions are not just going in search of back-to-back wins tonight in Super League – they’re also looking for their first win against Wigan in well over 30 years! There have been victories in friendlies since then, of course.
They haven’t played in the league for over a decade – but Wigan Warriors captain Sean O’Loughlin believes that the ‘battle of the borough’ between the world champions and Leigh Centurions is on par with derby matches against St Helens.
League Express editor Martyn Sadler has set out a means of compensating Widnes Vikings for the losses the club suffered last week after the hasty rearrangement of their fixture against Wigan Warriors last Friday night. The game should have been played
After all the controversy of the postponed game at Wigan, and it’s rearrangement at the Select Security Stadium, Wigan snatched victory from the jaws of defeat with a late Oliver Gildart try to win 26-28 against the eager Vikings, who
As of writing, there is currently a lot of confusion about the status of Wigan’s match with Widnes, which should have taken place at the DW Stadium on Friday evening at 8pm. At 7pm on Thursday evening, Wigan released a
Wigan Warriors have been forced to postpone their Betfred Super League clash with Widnes due to a waterlogged pitch. The Warriors were set to play in front of the SKY Sports cameras, but heavy flooding has left the pitch in