There is no getting away from it whatsoever – the last four days have been an incredibly damaging time for Rugby League, a sport that is already very self-conscious about its own image. The punch(es) that Ben Flower handed out
Wigan Warriors player Ben Flower has been suspended for six months by an independent disciplinary tribunal after being found guilty of violent and aggressive punching/punching an off-guard opponent in the second minute of the 2014 First Utility Super League Grand Final.
Wigan Warriors captain Sean O’Loughlin has challenged his side to bounce back and go one step further in 2015, after their attempt to retain their Super League crown ended in defeat on Saturday night. The Warriors went down 14-6 against
Wigan captain Sean O’Loughlin has been voted player of the year at the club’s end-of-season awards dinner. It caps off a great week for the 31-year-old, who signed a new three-year contract last week and has been named England skipper
A video has emerged online depicting Wigan coach Shaun Wane winding up his players and encouraging them to “knock people out” in order to win a match. In the aftermath of Ben Flower’s horrific sending off in the Grand Final,
Wigan Warriors half-back Blake Green spoke to the media following their Super League Grand Final defeat to St Helens – and TotalRL TV was there to capture every second of Green’s final interview as a Wigan player.
Our reaction to an incredible Super League Grand Final continues, with Wigan Warriors winger Joe Burgess telling us of his disappointment following their 14-6 defeat to St Helens.
Wigan Warriors forward Ben Flower has apologised to Lance Hohaia – and the sport in general – after his actions in last night’s Super League Grand Final. Flower was dismissed in the second minute of the game when he punched
St Helens are the Super League champions once again, after they won their first Grand Final in eight years to dethrone last year’s winners, Wigan Warriors. The game – which was overshadowed by an incredible red card for Wigan’s Ben
He was arguably the hero of Wigan Warriors’ 2013 Grand Final success – and Warriors half-back Blake Green is keen for more of the same today against St Helens – but hopefully with less pain involved. Green suffered a horrific