Kristian Woolf makes ‘best in the world’ claim about Tonga’s Jason Taumalolo

TONGA head coach Kristian Woolf believes that his captain Jason Taumalolo is currently the best forward in the world. The 29-year-old led his country to…

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Tonga’s Jason Taumalolo proud to see players represent heritage as he ponders Super League move

Jason Taumalolo says that players are no less Tongan for having represented other nations in the past. The North Queensland Cowboys star debuted internationally for…

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John Kear keen for World Cup to showcase game as Wales prepare for ‘Group of Death’

Wales coach John Kear believes the current World Cup is the ideal stage to show that Rugby League is the “best sport in the world”….

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Why Laurent Frayssinous ticks all the boxes Paul Wellens wanted in St Helens assistant

Paul Wellens said he was keen to bring head-coaching experience and a fresh perspective into St Helens with his choice of assistant coach. Former Catalans…

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Paul Wellens keen to make St Helens even better as he takes on top job

New St Helens head coach Paul Wellens is determined to not let complacency creep into the club after landing his dream role. The 42-year-old, who…

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‘Why can’t we do five?’: Jack Welsby eyes further St Helens improvement

Jack Welsby believes St Helens have the potential to get even better and he has already set his sights on a fifth successive Grand Final…

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‘Last week I couldn’t walk’: Ash Handley’s race to make Grand Final for Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos winger Ash Handley admitted he could not walk a few weeks ago, but that did not stop him appearing in the Grand Final….

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Konrad Hurrell on the ‘lucky’ try that helped St Helens to Grand Final glory

Grand Final winner Konrad Hurrell believes his ‘lucky’ try was the turning point as he helped St Helens win their fourth Super League title in…

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Zak Hardaker on mixed emotions after Grand Final and his Leeds Rhinos future

Leeds Rhinos centre Zak Hardaker admitted to having mixed emotions after losing the Grand Final to St Helens. Hardaker seemed to be at a crossroads…

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Mark Percival optimistic on World Cup fitness after St Helens’ Grand Final win

St Helens centre Mark Percival is hoping to be 100 per cent fit to represent England in the upcoming World Cup, which begins at Newcastle’s…

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