Monday, October 20, 2014
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March brothers reunited at Keighley

Cougars player-coach Paul March

The March brothers have been reunited at Keighley Cougars for 2015, after boss Paul March has signed brother David on a one-year deal. David – who led Hunslet to Championship One glory last weekend against Oldham – has signed up for the 2015 season at Cougar Park, and has said that having been part of a side that has tasted ... Read More »

Flower apologises for red card

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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 Hohaia, becoming the first man to be sent off in a Super League Grand Final in the process. The incident ... Read More »

Match report: St Helens 14-6 Wigan Warriors

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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 Flower in the opening two minutes – was full of ferocity, tension and drama, but a stunning second half from ... Read More »

Green keen for a less painful victory in 2014

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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 facial injury in the early stages of the win against Warrington last year, but stayed on the field to inspire ... Read More »

Wane and O’Loughlin agree new deals

Shaun-Wane

Wigan Warriors have announced that head coach Shaun Wane and captain Sean O’Loughlin have both signed new three year deals. Wane, who also played for Wigan between 1981 and 1990 made over 150 appearances for his hometown Club and was appointed Head Coach for 2012, when he guided the Club to the League Leader’s Shield in his first season in ... Read More »

Hetherington fine upheld

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An independent Operational Rules tribunal has upheld the £1,000 fine imposed on Leeds Rhinos Chief Executive Gary Hetherington for questioning the motivation and integrity of an investigation into an incident in his club’s First Utility Super League fixture against St Helens played on Friday August 29. Mr Hetherington challenged the RFL’s decision to impose the fine but the Tribunal ruled ... Read More »