Monday, December 22, 2014
Rugby League News

Rugby League News

Monaghan: We want a complete 80-minute display

Michael-monaghan

Warrington Wolves skipper Michael Monaghan says the Wolves are out to improve in their next match against Wigan to give a complete 80-minute performance. And Monaghan, who will play the final game of his career if the Wolves bow out of the playoffs at the DW Stadium this Friday, has revealed that the club could welcome back injured pair Matty ... Read More »

Former London Broncos coach returns to club

Rob Powell

Former London Broncos head coach Rob Powell has returned to the club ahead of 2015, taking up a role as Head of Youth following the departure of Darren Higgins to Castleford. The Broncos took the world of Rugby League by surprise in 2010 when, at the age of just 30, Powell was appointed as head coach of the Broncos, replacing ... Read More »

Hull FC tie down talented winger Lancaster

Callum-Lancaster

Exciting young Hull FC winger Callum Lancaster has signed his first full-time contract with the Airlie Birds – despite lucrative offers from several of the Super League club’s rivals. The 17-year-old made his first team debut this season, scoring eight tries in five appearances after being called up to cover injuries. His new deal will see him stay with the ... Read More »

Centurions dominate Championship awards ceremony

Ryan Brierley

Table-topping Leigh Centurions scooped four of a possible five awards at the Championship’s end-of-season dinner in Manchester last night. Stand-off Martyn Ridyard won player of the year, while half-back partner Ryan Brierley won young player of the year for the second season in a row. The Centurions were named club of the year and foundation of the year, too. Just ... Read More »

Giants sign Tigers utility Jamie Ellis

Jamie-Ellis

Huddersfield Giants have announced the signing of utility Jamie Ellis who arrives on a two-year deal from Castleford Tigers. “Moving to the Huddersfield Giants is a good challenge for me. When a big club like Huddersfield come in for you it is a big opportunity and its one you can’t really turn down to be honest. “There is an opportunity ... Read More »

Wane: Smith deserved to make Man of Steel shortlist

Matty-Smith

Wigan coach Shaun Wane thinks it is “pretty strange” not to have a Warriors player on the Man of Steel shortlist and believes Matty Smith was more than deserving of such recognition. Super League revealed the four candidates for its prestigious award – Jamie Peacock (Leeds Rhinos), James Roby (St Helens), Daryl Clark (Castleford Tigers) and Chris Hill (Warrington Wolves) ... Read More »

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