League Latest: Grand Final set to be moved, future of Wiganers and Saint up in the air & Cas star opens up about prison experience

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.

Pryce’s new career

Leon Pryce now works in a residential care home, Serious About Rugby League has reported.

Flanagan to Wests?

Could veteran NRL boss Shane Flanagan be on his way to Wests? That’s what Fox Sports says.

Matagi moving on

Suaia Matagi told the Sun newspaper about his time in prison reformed his character.

Watts had been honest

Liam Watts had previously spoke to the Sun about how he would have swapped his two Challenge Cup victories he won at Hull with Castleford before last weekend’s final.

Welsby the man

Jack Welsby was the difference for St Helens against Castleford, the St Helens Star has claimed.

Roby to go again?

James Roby may well go round again in 2022, according to the Manchester Evening News.

Wigan stars off-contract

Serious About Rugby League has revealed a list of Wigan players off-contract at the end of the season, with Sam Powell still on there.

NRL Grand Final could be moved

The Courier Mail has reported that the NRL Grand Final could be moved to Brisbane, rather than Sydney.

Roby set to go again

James Roby could go around again in 2022, League Express has revealed.

Evalds explains

Niall Evalds has told Serious About Rugby League just why he only signed a one-year deal at Castleford to start with.

Crooks wants to stay

Ben Crooks has told Hull Daily Mail that he wants to stay at Hull KR.

Castleford may suffer

Castleford’s game against Catalans may be postponed due to COVID, according to Yorkshire Live.

Board change at Leigh

Leigh Centurions have reported that board member Steve Hill has stepped down from the boardroom.

Hull stars out of contract

Serious About Rugby League revealed a list of Hull FC players out of contract too, with the likes of Jamie Shaul and Manu Ma’u still on there.

French TV deal in jeopardy

Catalans are set to go head-to-head with French broadcasters to thrash out a TV deal, League Express has reported.

Wigan sign three

Wigan have signed Abbas Miski, Patrick Mago and Kaide Ellis, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

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