League Latest: Field’s position uncertain, Warrington star wanting career finish & Mata’utia aiming for legacy

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.

Morrison calls for Exiles recognition

Former Bradford and Wakefield star Glenn Morrison has called for the Exiles side to be given due international recognition in an interview with the Yorkshire Post.

Playing the Field

Jai Field is raring to go as a Wigan player in 2021, but just where will Adrian Lam play him? Wigan Today has an interview with the boss where he discusses the potential positions.

Brisbane playing it cool

The Broncos are acting coy in their possible retention of Tom Dearden, Andrew McCullough and Anthony Milford, as the NRL.com tries to get to the bottom of the saga.

Warrington launch trophy appeal

The Captain Morgan trophy, won by Warrington in the only year it was awarded, is missing with the club wanting to bring it back ‘home’, according to the Warrington Guardian.

Home comforts for Addo-Carr

Melbourne flier Josh Addo-Carr has lifted the lid on why he chose Canterbury, citing the desire to move home as well as the enticing nature of boss Trent Barrett in a Fox Sports interview.

Philbin aiming for career stay

With the news of his four-year extension, Joe Philbin has spoken of his desire to spend his whole career with the Wolves in an interview with the Warrington Guardian.

Kenny-Dowall aiming for improvement

Hull KR’s Shaun Kenny-Dowall admits he wasn’t at his best in 2020, but is determined to put that right. Hull Daily Mail covered the story.

Mata’utia hoping for stardom

New Saints signing Sione Mata’utia is keen to write himself into St Helens folklore, he told the St Helens Star.

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