League Latest: Masoe future unresolved, Hardaker on hair transplant & Cas recruit halfback

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.

Hair to the throne
Zak Hardaker has given an honest interview about his hair transplant in Wigan Today, stating that he didn’t like the way he looked bald.

Super League delay expected
The Hull Daily Mail has reported that Hull KR chief executive Paul Lakin expects Super League to be pushed back to the last weekend in March because of the new coronavirus restrictions.

Masoe in uncertain future
Despite being one of the most positive people in the game, Mose Masoe’s future in terms of being able to provide for his family is apparently looking uncertain according to Hull KR boss Tony Smith.

Roosters in for Benji
Serious About Rugby League reported that Sydney Roosters are in for Benji Marshall and are trying to tempt him with a $150,000 one-year deal.

English referees given green light
English refereeing trio Robert Hicks, Chris Kendall and Liam Moore are now part of the International Rugby League’s elite match officials’ panel after having their nominations accepted, as reported by Serious About Rugby League.

Stormin’ Norman
New Saints recruit Dan Norman is eager to win a place in the starting 17 this year after missing out on rugby for the full duration of 2020, as the St Helens Star reveals.

Castleford bring in Army halfback
Former Army and Harlequins RU halfback, Lloyd Wheeldon, has joined the Tigers on an initial one-month trial after being granted a temporary release from active service. The club website revealed the news earlier today.

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