Toronto boosted by Stanley arrival

Chase Stanley will arrive in the country this week.
The Toronto centre has missed the opening two rounds of the season due to a hold up on his passport.
But Toronto officials have confirmed he will be in the country this week and in contention for Thursday night’s match with Wigan Warriors.
It comes as a timely boost to Wolfpack head coach Brian McDermott, who will be without Sonny Bill Williams as he returns to New Zealand for the birth of his child.
With Toronto already down on numbers, naming just a 20-man squad for their game with Salford, Stanley’s arrival will help the Canadian side heading into a daunting evening at the DW Stadium.
Stanley, 30, joined the club midway through the 2018 season and has scored 22 tries in 36 games since.
A former New Zealand international, he made 110 NRL appearances for St George, Melbourne Storm and Canterbury.
Meanwhile McDermott has apologised to the Rugby League media after failing to attend the press conference after Saturday’s game against Salford.
Members of the written and broadcast press were left in the dark as McDermott left the AJ Bell Stadium without speaking to them, an obligation he is expected to fulfil.
No explanation was given at the time, and the media representatives were informed that McDermott had left the building and there would be no press conference.
He had just witnessed his side go down 24-16 against Salford Red Devils in a game they trailed 16-4 ten minutes into the second half.
McDermott eventually released a statement, it read: “My apologies to the media and the press along with the Salford and Toronto fans for missing the press conference.
“It was not an intended action, but a genuine mistake. There was a bit of confusion after the game, as I waited outside my dressing room for a long while, waiting to be called in for the media. I assumed they didn’t want to talk to me as the losing coach for today’s match. I’d obviously got it wrong, and that was my error.
“Credit to Salford on their win, they handled the tougher periods of the game better than we did.”