League Latest: Lenagan blasts rumours, Hull KR star retires & Tigers half reveals future plans

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.

Hauraki retires

Weller Hauraki has called time on his career after not being offered a new deal by Hull KR, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.

Lenagan on the defensive

Wigan owner Ian Lenagan has passionately refuted claims made by the League Express newspaper that he is planning to sell his stake in the club, the Warriors’ website has reported.

NRL coach in hot water

Newcastle boss Adam O’Brien was man-handled by security guards in the toilets at the races last Saturday week following an altercation with another punter, according to the WWOS.

Martin hoping for fans

Leeds star Rhyse Martin told the Yorkshire Evening Post that the potential of having fans back in the early rounds of Super League is motivating him greatly.

Carlos praises youngsters

Hull FC utility man Carlos Tuimavave has told the Hull Daily Mail all about his new leadership role at the club, helping to nurture the youngsters through to the first-team.

Trophies for Trueman

Castleford’s Jake Trueman has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that trophies are the aim for the Tigers in 2021.

Magic Weekend latest

The Sun has reported that a new date for the showpiece event could be found later in the calendar year.

Huddersfield confident

Eorl Crabtree, in his column on Yorkshire Live, spoke about how confident the Giants are heading into 2021 under new boss Ian Watson and with eight new signings in the ranks.

Potential NRL punishments

NRL CEO Andrew Abdo has not ruled out increasing the punishment for transgressions made by players, following the Payne Haas incident last month according to Fox Sports.

Folau in Sydney

Israel Folau is likely to stay in Sydney as he hunts for a new club, Stuff has reported.

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