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League Latest: Salford star almost quit, Tomkins in the good books & promotion and relegation decision up in the air

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.

Patton was uncertain over rugby career

Dec Patton has revealed to the Manchester Evening News that the uncertainty over his playing future caused him to look at other career paths like ASDA.

Promotion and relegation decision delayed

The Hull Daily Mail has revealed that decision regarding promotion and relegation across the leagues has been delayed, with the governing body reluctant to commit to anything while Super League TV negotiations are ongoing.

Tomkins helped Vete

Albert Vete told Serious About Rugby League that Sam Tomkins has been crucial in helping the former settle in to life at Hull KR.

Leeds off-contract list

Leeds Live has revealed the list of nine Leeds Rhinos stars that are out of contract at the end of 2021, with big names such as Konrad Hurrell on there.

Kelly given Brisbane lifeline

Albert Kelly has been named in the Brisbane squad to face Wynnum Manly Seagulls this Friday in a bid to earn himself a regular contract, the Broncos club website has confirmed.

Moors aiming for promotion

New Featherstone signing Junior Moors is focused on earning promotion with new club Featherstone, the Pontefract & Castleford Express has reported.

Broadbent aiming for game time

Jack Broadbent has told Leeds Live that he is desperate for more minutes on the field in 2021.

Cator’s crowd dream

Hull FC’s Joe Cator has told Hull Live that he cannot wait for the moment that he walks out at a packed KCOM Stadium as all but one of his 13 appearances in 2020 were behind closed doors.

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Escare excited

Salford’s new signing Morgan Escare is ready to put a frustrating 18-month period behind him as he looks forward to a fresh start at Salford, he told the Daily Mirror.

Warriors launch Hughes bid

New Zealand Warriors have lodged a seriously impressive bid worth $800,000 a season to lure Melbourne’s Jahrome Hughes, the Courier Mail has reported.

New Warrington captain

Jack Hughes has been made Warrington skipper for 2021, the Wolves’ club website revealed.

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