League Latest: Tigers pair arrested, Penrith star heads for Super League & England duo challenged

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.

Peacock challenges duo

Former Leeds star Jamie Peacock has thrown down the gauntlet to Josh Hodgson and John Bateman, claiming in an interview with the Yorkshire Evening Post that they need to have “the tournament of their lives” if England are to win the World Cup.

Tigers pair arrested for abusing police

Wests Tigers duo Zane Musgrove and Asu Kepaoa have been arrested for allegedly abusing police and refusing to leave a pub in Sydney on Sunday morning, according to the Courier Mail.

Penrith star set to sign for Super League club

31-year-old Dean Whare is apparently heading for the south of France, with Catalans Dragons appearing favourites to sign the veteran, the WWOS reports.

McDermott tips Hull for greatness

Pundit Barrie McDermott has tipped Brett Hodgson to have a stellar first season as Hull FC boss in an interview with the Hull Daily Mail.

Tuivasa-Sheck to exit

New Zealand Warriors have confirmed on their club website that star fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will depart at the end of the 2021 season.

2023 target for new Brisbane club

NRL chief Peter V’landys has dropped a bombshell on the potential admittance of a second Brisbane club for the 2023 NRL season, according to Stuff.

Reynolds settling in

New Hull FC recruit Josh Reynolds, in a Sky Sports interview, states he is settling into life on Humberside after a less-than successful spell at Wests in the NRL.

Roosters apply for cap relief

With Boyd Cordner set for an extended spell on the sideline, the Sydney Roosters have applied for salary cap relief as NRL.com reports.

 

 

 

 

 

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