League Latest: Burgess in Melbourne hospital, Castleford’s injury list grows & Hetherington updates Leeds fans

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.

Castleford injuries

The Castleford injury count is now eight even before the season starts, Serious About Rugby League can reveal.

Hull KR cash injection

Hull KR are going to invest significant amounts of money into new facilities, the club website confirmed.

Brown soldiered on

The Warrington Guardian has revealed that Salford’s Kevin Brown snapped his ankle ligaments in last season’s Challenge Cup semi-final against Warrington and then played in the final two weeks later.

Reynolds impresses as Hull struggle

Josh Reynolds had his first hit out with new club Hull FC last night and impressed thoroughly, the Hull Daily Mail has reported though the Airlie Birds only just managed to beat York.

Field aiming for round one

Jai Field has told the Manchester Evening News that he is determined to be fit for round one.

Burgess in hospital

Tom Burgess has posted on his own Instagram a photo of him in a Melbourne hospital after having CT and MRI scans.

Hetherington claims interest is greater

Leeds chief executive Gary Hetherington has told the club website that the interest to renew memberships from former fans is through the roof.

Woolf tips Percival for England

St Helens head coach Kristian Woolf has backed Mark Percival to force himself into England World Cup contention following an injury-hit 2020 season, BBC Sport has reported.

Lam plots squad

Adrian Lam has a plan in which he can fit all his new and old playmakers into one side, he told the Manchester Evening News.

Gale and Eastmond to play together

Richard Agar has dropped the biggest hint yet that Luke Gale and Kyle Eastmond could play together in the season opener, Leeds Live has reported.

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