League Latest: Wigan injury crisis, media attacks could force one head coach to retire early & Gale reveals honest reason he left Cas

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.

Evalds to prove doubters wrong

Niall Evalds has told the Castleford website that him and the team are aiming to prove those doubters wrong that have written them off in 2021.

Ferres banned

Featherstone forward Brett Ferres has been banned from any rugby league activity for 10 days after a Covid-19 breach, the Yorkshire Post has reported.

Gale reveals reason to leave Cas

Luke Gale has told Sky Sports that he left Castleford to join the club he loved as a child.

Price takes criticism

Steve Price has accepted criticism from Warrington fans after a dismal start to the season, the Warrington Guardian has reported.

Super League predictions

Serious About Rugby League have revealed their predictions for round two of Super League.

Bellamy could retire

Melbourne boss Craig Bellamy could retire at the end of 2021 due to intense media scrutiny, News Corp has revealed.

Hull’s loose forward battle

Brett Hodgson has told the Hull Daily Mail how excited he is with Joe Cator and Jordan Lane battling for that number 13 spot.

Singleton has his say

Brad Singleton has supported the creation of the North American Rugby League competition which will see former club Toronto Wolfpack play in, the Yorkshire Post has revealed.

Saints captain retires

Gemma Walsh has announced her retirement from rugby league after making the move from Wigan to Saints without making an appearance, the Saints club website confirmed.

Wigan injury quandary

Without Jai Field, Wigan are even more desperate in the three-quarters with Liam Marshall and Dom Manfredi already out, the Manchester Evening News has reported.

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