League Latest: Warrington star ruled out for season, Wane blasts Hull chairman & Exiles coach revealed

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.

Warrington prop ruled out for season

Samy Kibula has been ruled out for the whole 2021 campaign after rupturing his Achilles in training, the Manchester Evening News can confirm.

Wane hits back at Hull chairman

Shaun Wane has blasted Hull chairman Adam Pearson, stressing the importance of a mid-season England test, the Daily Mirror has reported.

Hill’s testimonial pushed back

Chris Hill’s testimonial game was meant to be Thursday night, but instead it has been moved to Friday due to Leigh’s “significant player availability issues,” the Warrington Guardian can reveal.

Field amongst old friends

New Wigan signing told the Manchester Evening News that he can’t wait to strike up a partnership with old friends Bevan French and Jackson Hastings.

Marshall ups training intensity

New Salford boss Richard Marshall has upped the training intensity ahead of the Red Devils’ first game against St Helens, the St Helens Reporter has confirmed.

Wakefield sweating on trio

Wakefield boss Chris Chester could be without Mason Lino, Max Jowitt and David Fifita for their season opener, the Yorkshire Examiner has reported.

Combined Nations All Stars coach revealed

Tim Sheens will be the rebranded Exiles’ coach for the mid-season test against England, the Hull Daily Mail has confirmed.

Donaldson says there are good signs

Leeds star James Donaldson has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that his side have work ahead, despite there being good signs.

Championship stars making the step up

Serious About Rugby League have revealed the list of second-tier stars that will be in Super League in 2021.

Burrow documentary gains national recognition

The BBC Breakfast documentary with Leeds Rhinos legend Rob Burrow has been recognised a national industry award.

Ward joins the CCRL

Stevie Ward has joined the CCRL (Canada Co-operative Championship Rugby League) as director of welfare and safety, the Last Word On Sports has reported.

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