Wales target NRL duo

Wales are hoping to tempt two leading NRL players to join their 2021 World Cup campaign, including rising Newcastle Knights’ rookie Bradman Best. The 18-year-old…

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Aces high for Frayssinous

While great uncertainty continues to surround most clubs in the Championship and League One, Ottawa Aces laid their coaching cards on the table on Thursday…

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Whiteley warning on Australian quality

Johnny Whiteley, the last man to coach an Ashes winning side against Australia, wants to see young players given the freedom to express themselves to…

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Championship Focus: A common cause has brought Rugby League in Cumbria together

It has long been a pipedream of many to unite the Rugby League resources of West Cumbria. But while it might not be for the…

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John Kear calls on RFL to lead

Bradford Bulls coach John Kear says the RFL needs to step up and make a decision on whether the Championship will play again in 2020….

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Betfred Championship news round up

Sheffield Eagles general manager Liam Claffey says that player welfare must be at the forefront of any decision to restart the season. Claffey has also…

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The Championship’s conundrum as D-Day beckons

The Rugby Football League has had some unenviable tasks in recent times, but sorting out how feasible it is for the Championship and League 1…

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Hull KR star becomes player agent

Hull KR halfback Ryan Brierley and his former Leigh team-mate Cory Paterson have started a new player management company after securing their FA agent licences….

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Lyne offers helping hand

Wakefield Trinity centre Reece Lyne says Rugby League players will continue to have a positive impact on their local communities after hailing the work of…

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Radford heads for Dallas

Former Hull FC coach Lee Radford says he feels no sadness about leaving Rugby League, only excitement in anticipating his new job with the Dallas…

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