League Latest: Ex-rugby league player dies in tragedy, club to part with star after off-field incident, Gale latest & Super League trio offered to clubs

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.

Tragedy strikes

The Manchester Evening News has reported that former Salford player David Fell has died after falling into trouble at Filey.

Springer to Fev

Gadwin Springer has signed for Featherstone after being released by Halifax, according to Yorkshire Live.

Hetherington speaks out

Gary Hetherington wants the whole game to back the RFL’s stance on the World Cup, League Express has reported.

Graham attacks Australia and New Zealand

James Graham has criticised Australia and New Zealand for their apathy towards the World Cup, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.

Hardaker future

The Manchester Evening News has said that a move away from Wigan is unlikely for Zak Hardaker at the moment.

Attendance problem

Serious About Rugby League has brought up the issue of attendances, after just 5,555 turned up to watch Wigan beat Wakefield.

Mellor and Hellewell offered out

The Manchester Evening News has revealed that Leigh duo Joe Mellor and Ben Hellewell have been offered to other clubs.

Bradford sign Scott

Bradford have signed Sam Scott from York, according to Yorkshire Live.

Barrett says no

Canterbury head coach Trent Barrett has told news.com.au that Kyle Flanagan will not be joining Super League.

Warrington chasing winger

Warrington are chasing a new winger, according to the Manchester Evening News‘ live blog on Friday night.

Gale DROPPED

Richard Agar has revealed to Serious About Rugby League that Luke Gale was dropped for Leeds’ win over Catalans.

Scott looking for new club

Curtis Scott is set to end his 18-month stay at Canberra after the club is apparently fed up of his off-field antics, Fox Sports has revealed.

Sene-Lefao pays tribute to family

Castleford’s Jesse Sene-Lefao has paid tribute to his family after racking up 100 Castleford appearances, the Tigers club website reported.

Mellor and Hellewell offered out

The Manchester Evening News has revealed that Leigh duo Joe Mellor and Ben Hellewell have been offered to other clubs.

Richardson offered too

Yorkshire Live reported that Danny Richardson had been offered out by Castleford in June, but is he set to leave?

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