League Latest: Castleford job saga takes new twist, mum wades in on coaching debacle & Super League club eyeing up rival duo

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.

Tetevano hit with four-match ban

Zane Tetevano has been handed a four-match ban for the tackle on Theo Fages, the Leeds website has confirmed.

Radford front-runner for Cas job

Hull Live has reported that former Hull FC boss Lee Radford is the front-runner for the Castleford job.

Warrington eye duo

Jake Trueman and Peter Mata’utia are wanted by Warrington League Express can reveal, but it will take a huge offer to lure the former.

St Helens ring changes

Sione Mata’utia and Matty Lees will both be missing for St Helens this week through injury, the St Helens Star has reported.

Wakefield prop joins Halifax

Adam Tangata has rejoined Halifax Panthers until the end of 2022, their club website confirmed.

Oledzki thought it was a joke

Mikolaj Oledzki has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he thought his England call-up was a joke at first.

Wakefield make offer for Fifita

Sky Sports has revealed that Wakefield have made an offer for Cronulla star Andrew Fifita to join his brother David at Trinity.

Widnes sign Wigan forward on-loan

Wigan forward Brad O’Neill has joined Widnes on a month’s loan, the Vikings’ club website confirmed.

Motherly love

John Morris has been defended by his own mum after ruthlessly being sacked by Cronulla in favour of Craig Fitzgibbon, the Canberra Times has reported.

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