McNamara revels in Mead deal

Catalans coach Steve McNamara has revealed his delight after confirming the signing of Papua New Guinea skipper David Mead.
The 29-year-old, who can play across the backline, impressed during the recent World Cup and has now earned himself a three-year deal in Super League with the Dragons. read more...

Wood pens Trinity deal

Wakefield Trinity have been boosted by the news Kyle Wood has penned a new three-year contract with the club.
The 28-year-old has impressed since returning to the club from Huddersfield in November last year and Trinity have moved quickly to secure him to fresh terms. Wood, who is now tied t read more...

Tigers boss excited by Aston arrival

Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell has revealed his delight after securing the services of Cory Aston from Leeds Rhinos.
The 22-year-old half-back struggled to break into the first-team set-up at Headingley and the arrival of Richie Myler over the offseason had pushed Aston further do read more...

Powell vows to improve

Wigan hooker Sam Powell admits he was disappointed with his performances last season and expects improvements next year.
Powell won the Players’ Player of the Year award in 2016 but he felt his performance level dropped last season as the Warriors missed out on a top four finish, having cl read more...

Cockayne relishing Craven Park farewell

Ben Cockayne is relishing a farewell outing at Craven Park when he faces Hull KR with new club York City Knights in his testimonial.
The 34-year-old has enjoyed two spells with the Robins in his career and is fondly remembered for scoring the winning try in the team's first-ever Super League read more...

Pearson makes improvement vow

Hull FC chairman Adam Pearson has vowed to ensure the club will keep striving to improve in their bid to win the Super League.
The 53-year-old has been in charge at the KCOM Stadium since buying the club back in 2011 and he has steadily built a team capable of challenging for silverware. The read more...

World Cup trip a boost for Taylor

Scott Taylor is backing his experience with England's Rugby League World Cup squad to help improve him as a player for Hull FC.
The 26-year-old prop spent around two months with Wayne Bennett's side in the southern hemisphere, although he only managed one appearance I the tournament when Eng read more...

Taylor takes positives from World Cup

Hull FC prop Scott Taylor believes he has learned a lot from his experience with England at this year's World Cup.
The 26-year formed part of Wayne Bennett's squad for this year’s tournament as England were eventually beaten by hosts Australia in the final although he only featured in one read more...

Castleford tie down Trueman

Jake Trueman insists he is delighted to have sorted out his long-term future after penning an extension with Castleford Tigers.
The 19-year-old started his career with Bradford Bulls in 2016 before linking up with the Tigers ahead of the 2017 campaign. Trueman proved his quality on his first read more...

Roberts can threaten from full-back – Powell

Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell believes Ben Roberts can still provide a threat from full-back next season.
Roberts played an integral role in helping the Tigers to lift the League Leaders' Shield in 2017, only to be unable to find a way past Leeds Rhinos in their first ever Grand read more...