Rugby League News: Mitch Clark explains decision to leave, Barba’s shock sentence, Agar makes future admission & Millington’s new club

Rugby League News – 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.

Pryce’s prediction

Serious About Rugby League has revealed the team that Leon Pryce believes will win the Super League Grand Final in 2022. His son Will will play for Huddersfield Giants next season. Read more on Pryce’s prediction here.

Tomkins retires

Another Tomkins has retired after being told to do so on medical advice. It follows brother Joel who was set to play for Leigh Centurions in 2022 before deciding to hang up his boots. Read more on the second Tomkins to retire.

Inglis coaching

Greg Inglis has fuelled the fire of a potentially sensational coaching role after leaving the UK following a stint at the Warrington Wolves, according to Fox Sports. Read more on the potential move here.

Agar addresses speculation

Richard Agar has addressed speculation about his future after being linked with a move away from the club. Read more on his words on his future here.

Millington future

Serious About Rugby League has revealed that Grant Millington will be playing on in 2022 after leaving Castleford Tigers. The prop forward played over a decade at the Jungle.

Most expensive transfers

Serious About Rugby League has written an article on the most expensive transfers in Super Leauge history with the likes of Daryl Clark, Zak Hardaker and Stuart Fielden included.

Fev punished

Featherstone Rovers have been punished by the RFL for ‘incidents’ and have been given a hefty fine. Read more on the punishments here.

Reynolds’ return date

League Express has revealed that Josh Reynolds will be back in the UK next week after undergoing rehab on an injury in the 2021 season.

Clark reveals why

Mitch Clark has revealed just why he left Wigan Warriors in an interview with the Newcastle Thunder’s Youtube channel. Clark has moved to Newcastle permanently after joining on-loan in 2021. Read more on the reason why here.

NRL and rugby union interest

Leeds Rhinos head coach Richard Agar has revealed that NRL and rugby union clubs were interested in Leeds stars Harry Newman and Mikolaj Oledzki. Read more here.

Kelly and Roberts’ battle

Former Hull FC star Albert Kelly and ex-Warrington halfback Tyrone Roberts are set for a a major battle for the halfback spot alongside Adam Reynolds. Read more on the battle here.

Hodgson’s revelation

Brett Hodgson has told the Hull Daily Mail about the impact that Michael Shenton has had on the club since moving from Castleford Tigers.

Warriors star’s meeting

A Wigan Warriors star is set to meet with two clubs to discuss his future past the 2022 Super League season, according to the Daily Telegraph. One of those clubs is expected to be one of the Wigan man’s old sides. Read more here.

Yorkshire Origin

Serious About Rugby League has revealed what a Yorkshire Origin team would look like in 2022. The War of the Roses has never been revived, despite the success of the State of Origin.

Cancer battle for former Bradford man

The World Wide of Sports has revealed that a former Bradford Bulls star has gone through a cancer battle during 2021. He also suffered a heart attack on his way home from a rugby league game. Read more here.

Briers reveals why

Lee Briers has told Wigan Today just why he he left Warrington Wolves for Wigan after spending over a quarter of a century with the Wolves.

Barba sentenced

Ben Barba has been sentenced after the horror details of his alleged assault have come to the fore, according to 7 News. The former St Helens star had been linked with a move back into rugby league, but that now seems to be over. Read more here.

Former Wire star’s engagement ring trial

Former Warrington Wolves star Nathan Wood has hailed a ‘Christmas miracle’ after being reunited with his engagement ring when it was originally going to be sold for drugs, according to the Warrington Guardian.

Radford’s admission

Lee Radford has made an admission to League Express about how he will have Castleford performing in 2022. Radford has taken his second Super League job after parting ways with Hull FC in 2020.

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