O’Loughlin hopes for Wigan deal

Sean O'Loughlin has played down speculation linking him with a move away from Wigan and hopes to sign a new deal.
The future of the Warriors captain is in the spotlight following strong rumours linking him with a switch to Super League rivals Leeds Rhinos for 2019. However after helping guid read more...

Wire snap up Walker

Warrington have confirmed the signing of Danny Walker from Widnes after the hooker penned a three-year deal with the club.
Born and bred in Warrington, Walker penned a professional deal with Widnes at the age of 16, making his debut for the Vikings in 2017. Now 19, Walker joins the club he h read more...

Grand Final duo warned by RFL

Both this year’s Grand Finalists Wigan and Warrington have been warned about their future behaviour following the scuffle at half time.
The melee followed a couple of controversial moments in the first half of the Grand Final and was sparked by a clash between Wire centre Bryson Goodwin an read more...

Sinfield delighted with Agar arrival

Leeds director of rugby Kevin Sinfield feels Richard Agar is the right man for the job as the new head of player and coach development.
Having won the Super League Grand Final in 2017, Leeds have just come through a disappointing season, which saw head coach Brian McDermott lose his job at H read more...

Marshall confirms NZ snub

Wests Tigers man Benji Marshall has confirmed he rejected the chance to play for New Zealand in order to focus on his fitness.
Kiwis coach Michael Maguire has offered Marshall a way back into international rugby, six years after he last wore the black and white. Marshall, now 33, rolled back read more...

Fifita humbled by Tonga experience

Prop Andrew Fifita says he was proud to lead Tonga's war cry during their Test against Australia.
The Cronulla Sharks star speaks very little Tongan but he was tasked with leading the Sipi Tau on Saturday. Fifita defected from Australia last year but he admits he also sang the Aussie nationa read more...

Poor prep to blame for Woolf

Kristian Woolf says Tonga were made to pay for their lack of match practice in Saturday's 34-16 defeat to Australia.
At an expectant Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland, the Tongans struggled to find their feet early on and their sluggishness allowed the Kangaroos to build a 20-point lead heading i read more...

Connor pleased with France display

Hull FC's Jake Connor insists he was pleased with his last outing for England during the routine win over France on Wednesday.
The centre was moved into the halves for the clash at Leigh Sports Village and he showed no signs of rustiness in his former position. He took control of the side wi read more...

Rhinos ace looking for injury-free run

Leeds Rhinos youngster Jack Walker is hoping for an injury-free run next season following a 2018 campaign blighted by problems.
The fullback, who has headed off to Papua New Guinea with the England Knights for a two-Test series, has packed a lot into just 18 months of top-flight rugby.
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Wolfpack unveil six new signings

Toronto Wolfpack have unveiled six new signings, including centre Ricky Leutele, who arrives from NRL side Cronulla Sharks.
The Canadian club just missed out on winning promotion to Super League, but have wasted no time whatsoever in bolstering their squad for the Championship campaign. Wolf read more...