League Latest: Another coach rules himself out of Cas job, Wigan halfback to leave & lengthy ban looming for forward

League Latest – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league. Here are some of the headline-grabbing stories from the last 24 hours.

Woolf gives update on injured duo

Kristian Woolf told Serious About Rugby League that Tommy Makinson and Lachlan Coote were both taken off in Friday night’s win over Wakefield as a precaution.

Smith signs new contract

Wigan’s Harry Smith has penned a new four-year deal with the club, the Warriors’ website confirmed.

Radford not in contention

League Express has confirmed that Lee Radford is not in contention to be the next Castleford boss.

Watts positive about Cas’ chances

Liam Watts has told the Castleford club website that the Tigers are building for something special.

Hardaker putting team first

League Express has reported that Zak Hardaker is putting team before self and will play wherever he needs to.

Smith calls for end of video referee

Tony Smith has told the Hull Daily Mail that the video referee should no longer be a concept in Super League.

Six-match ban for forward

Canterbury’s Jack Hetherington could be facing a six-match ban for his high shot and Valentine Holmes, according to zerotackle.com.

Miller out injured

Jacob Miller has been ruled out of action for up to four weeks, according to the Wakefield Express.

Hastings to leave Wigan

Jackson Hastings has apparently signed a two-year deal with Wests Tigers, starting from 2022, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

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