League Latest: Clubs in court battle, Wigan star’s injury concern & Sinfield and Prior future update

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.

O’Neill learning from the best

Jacques O’Neill told the Castleford club website that he is raring to go in 2021 after a stellar 2020 and that being understudy to Paul McShane is “awesome.”

England hookers

Serious About Rugby League revealed their top five hookers in contention for England at this year’s World Cup.

Newcastle youngster signs new deal

Bradman Best has signed a new contract at the Knights until the end of 2024, according to Fox Sports.

Sinfield clarifies future

Leeds legend Kevin Sinfield has said he will do what’s best for everybody further down the line in an interview with Leeds Live.

McMeeken owes Castleford

Mike McMeeken may have moved to Catalans, but he could not speak highly enough of former side Castleford getting him to where he is today in an interview with the League Express.

Gildart still troubled

Oliver Gildart dislocated his shoulder in 2019, but he told the Manchester Evening News that it is still causing him trouble now.

Broncos and Storm head to court

Fears that Brisbane are set to pinch NRL veteran Craig Bellamy are central to Melbourne Storm’s legal stoush with former CEO Dave Donaghy, Fox Sports can confirm.

Hodgson excited

Hull boss Brett Hodgson is excited to see Marc Sneyd and Josh Reynolds’ partnership in action, he told the Hull Daily Mail.

Sinfield gives Prior update

With concerns about Covid plaguing Matt Prior’s thinking, Kevin Sinfield has given Leeds Live an update over the forward’s future.

Fonua impressing

Brett Hodgson has told the Hull Daily Mail that he has been extremely happy with how powerhouse three-quarter Mahe Fonua has gone about training in recent weeks.

Sivo targeted

Eels flyer Maika Sivo is being looked at by at least five clubs after scoring 37 tries in 46 games in his first two seasons in the NRL, Fox Sports can reveal.

Lunt retires with emotional message

Grand Final winner and Barrow Raider Shaun Lunt has hung up his boots after a 16-year career, the Hull Daily Mail confirmed.

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