League Latest: Evalds’ future set to be decided, refereeing appointments confirmed for round one & will Kyle Eastmond play this weekend?

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.

Fifita staying at Wakefield

Chris Chester told Serious About Rugby League that David Fifita will be staying at Wakefield for 2021 and beyond.

Folau situation remains uncertain

The Hull Daily Mail have reported that it looks increasingly unlikely Super League will see the controversial dual-code star again, with Folau still in Australia.

Reynolds wants to end career on a high

Josh Reynolds has told the Yorkshire Post that he is determined to win the Super League competition with Hull.

Round One referees revealed

Super League have revealed the refereeing appointments for round one.

Leigh sign NRL hooker

Leigh Centurions have signed former State of Origin hooker Nathan Peats, their club website confirmed.

Donaldson signs new deal

James Donaldson has signed a new two-year deal with Leeds, their club website confirmed.

Wigan head of youth concerned

Darrell Goulding – Wigan’s head of youth – has told the Manchester Evening News how rugby league could suffer a potential drop-off in talent as a result of the year-long suspension of academy and scholarship action.

Agar on Eastmond

Richard Agar told Serious About Rugby League that Kyle Eastmond is very unlikely to play against Wakefield at the weekend.

Evalds set for new deal

Niall Evalds is apparently close to signing a new long-term deal at Castleford, despite having yet to play for the club according to Yorkshire Live.

Smith determined to improve

Cameron Smith has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he thought he was better than what he actually was in 2020 and is determined to put things right.

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