Wire star targets trophies

Warrington's England international Ben Currie says the target for his side this season is silverware.
The Wire missed out on a top eight finish last season and had to battle for Super League survival in The Qualifiers. The club made a number of changes in the off-season as Steve Price replac read more...

Sinfield – no age account in Bennett

Former Leeds Rhinos skipper Kevin Sinfield has denied that Wayne Bennett's age was anything to do with the length of his new deal.
The Australian was handed a two-year deal which includes taking charge of a Great Britain tour down under in 2019. But the sports governing body had expressed a read more...

Roby hails Bennett contract

James Roby has welcomed the news that Wayne Bennett has penned a new two-year contract to stay on as England coach.
Bennett worked wonders when guiding England to the World Cup final in the autumn, before narrowly losing to Australia, and his decision to pen a new deal is a huge boost. The A read more...

Bennett confirms England stay

England coach Wayne Bennett has confirmed he has signed a new two-year contract to remain in charge.
The 68-year-old took over from Steve McNamara two years ago but he was unable to prevent England being knocked out of the 2016 Four Nations tournament. However, England responded last year as read more...

Hull wait on injuries

Hull are keeping their fingers crossed that back row forward Mark Minichiello will be fit enough to face Castleford on Saturday, The 36-year-old picked up a ankle injury in the defeat to Wigan down under but is undergoing treatment and the hope is he will be fit to face the Tigers.
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Sheens happy with York City Knights partnership

Tim Sheens hopes Hull KR's Kieren Moss makes the most of his time in York and says more players will spend time with the City Knights.
Moss has joined the Super League club's dual-registration partners on a month’s loan and Rovers coach Sheens says it is a good chance for the outside back read more...

Wane – We made it hard for ourselves

Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has conceded his side did too much defending during their defeat to South Sydney Rabbitohs.
The Super League side have been in Australia for the last week after playing Hull in a league game in Sydney. As part of the World Club Series, they then faced the Bunn read more...

Australia trip a success – O’Loughlin

Wigan skipper Sean O'Loughlin believes their trip to Australia was a huge success despite only winning one of their two matches.
The Lancashire outfit sealed their place in history a week ago when they became the first side to win a Super League match staged outside of Europe. Wigan triumphe read more...

Tiredness blamed for Widnes defeat

Widnes coach Dennis Betts says Friday's defeat to rivals Warrington was partly down to the short turnaround his team had to cope with.
The Vikings were defeated for the 11th time in succession against the Wolves at the Select Security Stadium as a second-half fightback fell just short, the W read more...

New Vikings deal for Dean

Back-rower Chris Dean has signed a new contract that will keep him at Widnes Vikings until the end of the 2020 season.
Dean joined Widnes in 2012, having represented the club in 2008 and 2010 on loan from St Helens, after one season with Wakefield. The 31-year-old has managed 31 tries in 143 read more...