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.
Radford is Castleford’s man
Lee Radford has been offered the job as Castleford boss, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.
Leeds decide not to appeal
Leeds have decided not to appeal against Zane Tetevano’s four-match ban, the Yorkshire Evening Post has confirmed.
Powell to have control
Daryl Powell will have control of Warrington’s recruitment despite still being under contract with Castleford, the Manchester Evening News has confirmed.
Brisbane hunting Reynolds
Adam Reynolds is apparently attracting attention from Brisbane, according to zerotackle.com.
Clark transfer collapsed
Mitch Clark’s prospective move to Toulouse has been cancelled by Wigan at the 11th hour, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Welsby’s future position to be decided
Kristian Woolf has told Serious About Rugby League that he intends to find Jack Welsby’s number one position in the near future.
Hodgson on injuries
Though Ligi Sao will come back into contention for Hull this week, Josh Reynolds is still a few weeks away according to the Hull Daily Mail.
Handley agrees contract extension
Ash Handley has signed a new deal at Leeds which will take him to the end of 2024, the club website confirmed.
Wakefield are still said to be “a million miles away” from signing Andrew Fifita, the Wakefield Express has reported.
Giants lack consistency
Michael Lawrence has told Sky Sports that Huddersfield lack consistency in 2021.
Ryan Hall has told the Hull Daily Mail that he hasn’t even played well yet following his return to Super League.