League Latest: Powell labels August schedule ‘hellish’, Lenagan dismisses Hastings rift & Widdop opens up on frustrating year

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.

Powell bemoans schedule

Castleford coach Daryl Powell says the club are well prepared for a crowded 2021 Super League schedule despite a “hellish” August fixture list, BBC Sport can reveal.

Lenagan no problem with Hastings

Ian Lenagan has told the Daily Mirror that he has no issue with Jackson Hastings’ plan to return to the NRL.

Warrington star doubtful

Matt Davis is “touch and go” for Warrington’s opening game against Castleford, the Warrington Guardian has revealed.

Myler wants fullback spot

Richie Myler has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that he is determined to nail down the number one spot at Leeds.

Shenton warns Super League

Michael Shenton has sent a warning to the rest of the league, after he told the Daily Mirror that the Tigers are a “caged” animal.

Underrated stars

Serious About Rugby League have released every club’s most underrated player list.

Coaches out of contract

The Hull Daily Mail has released a list of those head coaches that are out of contract at the end of 2021.

Welsby wants more

Grand Final hero Jack Welsby wants to kick on from THAT moment and not let it define him, he told the St Helens Star.

Widdop determined to right wrongs

Gareth Widdop is determined to prove his critics wrong after a frustrating first year at Warrington, the Manchester Evening News can reveal.

Inglis opens up about training

Greg Inglis has told the Warrington Guardian that pre-season training has been a “shock to the system”.

Takairangi set for spell in halves

Tony Smith has told the Hull Daily Mail that Brad Takairangi will play at halfback against Castleford on Sunday.

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