League Latest: Leeds star hunting new contract, one Tiger piling on the pounds & Lam under pressure

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.

Hurrell wants Leeds stay

Konrad Hurrell has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he wants to stay at Leeds, with his contract ending at the end of 2021.

Castleford aim to pilot game

The Yorkshire Post has reported that the Tigers hope to apply for a ‘pilot’ game if rugby league secures the chance to get fans inside grounds ahead of schedule.

Chester reveals injury plans

Wakefield boss Chris Chester has told the Wakefield Express that he has mixed things up in pre-season to try and reduce the number of injuries on the field.

Lam facing a challenge

Adrian Lam is under pressure to perform and go one better in 2021, the Manchester Evening News has declared.

Top young players

Serious About Rugby League have revealed their top ten young players ahead of the 2021 campaign.

Rawsthorne set for Halifax

Following his exit from Hull KR, Nick Rawsthorne is expected to sign for the Halifax Panthers, Yorkshire Live has revealed.

Hull to give winger chance

Fijian winger Mitieli Vulikijapani is to be given a chance to shine in Hull’s pre-season clash with York, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.

Powell excited for fans

Daryl Powell has told the Pontefract & Castleford Express that he cannot wait for Castleford fans to be allowed back into the Jungle.

Tigers extend trial

Lloyd Wheeldon has had his trial extended by Castleford after impressing, the club website stated.

Henson aiming for World Cup

The door is open for Gavin Henson to run out for Wales in the 2021 World Cup, the Daily Mirror has reported.

Wigan players off-contract

The Manchester Evening News has revealed the ten Wigan stars that are off-contract at the end of the 2021 season.

Richardson piling on the pounds

In a good way, Castleford’s Danny Richardson has told Yorkshire Live that he has put five kilograms on in an attempt to be a stronger defender.

Burgess to mimic Murray

Former Wigan prop George Burgess has told Wigan Today that he is looking to mimic Andy Murray’s return to tennis.

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