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.
Five more NRL stars offered
Yorkshire Live has revealed that another five NRL stars have been offered to Super League clubs.
The Manchester Evening News had reported back in late April that Blake Austin had been offered to other Super League clubs, but things have quietened down as of late.
Hodgson on Connor
Brett Hodgson has given Serious About Rugby League an update on the fitness of Jake Connor.
Naiqama to go home
St Helens’ Kevin Naiqama is set to return home at the end of 2021, the Manchester Evening News has revealed.
Hetherington praises Sinfield
Leeds chief Gary Hetherington has praised Kevin Sinfield for his “outstanding service” to the Rhinos on their website.
Theo Fages is out for the season through injury, but Saints boss Kristian Woolf updated Serious About Rugby League on the Frenchman’s future.
Luke Gale has spoken to the Yorkshire Evening Post about how sorry he is for his behaviour and is determined to put it behind him.
Winterstein in hot water
Former Super League forward Frank Winterstein has been issued with a police notice for attending an anti-vaccine rally, Daily Mail Australia has reported.
Hodgson wants Fash to stay
Brett Hodgson has told Serious About Rugby League that he wants Brad Fash to stay at Hull.
Marc Sneyd has opened up about Konrad Hurrell and how he is “absolutely frightening”, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.
Rabbitohs could strip award
The World Wide of Sports has revealed that South Sydney Rabbitohs could strip Roy Asotasi of his own award after he paraded at Sydney’s ‘freedom’ march.
Fev launch COVID plan
Featherstone have launched a COVID initiative that will see a small section of the stadium especially for those with continuing COVID concerns, Serious About Rugby League has reported.
Sene-Lefao wants to stay
Jesse Sene-Lefao has told the Castleford club website that he wants to stay at the club.
Baitieri to leave
Jason Baitieri will leave Catalans Dragons, their club website revealed.
Chairman blasts track and trace
Hull KR Chief Executive Paul Lakin told the Rovers’ website how frustrated he is with the COVID protocols at present.