Gilmour lined up for Rhinos coaching job

Wakefield Trinity assistant coach Lee Gilmour is being lined up for a move across West Yorkshire to Leeds Rhinos.
Gilmour, who has crafted a reputation as one of the most promising assistants in Super League after being with Trinity for several years, is a target for Richard Agar and the Rhinos as they look to increase their backroom staff.
The former Great Britain international finished his playing career as a professional with Trinity in 2014 – when he was signed on loan from Castleford by current Rhinos coach Agar.
Gilmour also played under James Webster during his time as Trinity coach; Webster is currently part of Agar’s backroom team at Leeds while combining that with his role as Featherstone Rovers head coach.
Meanwhile Wakefield will be without Joe Arundel for the rest of the season, following an ACL injury.
He suffered the injury in the club’s defeat to Castleford, while Ryan Hampshire is set to miss eight weeks of action after suffering a broken jaw in the same game.