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Rugby League News: Ex-SL star in horrific accident, Cas turned down, Gelling latest, Leeds signing & Odsal controversy and Bradford blow

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.

Ex-Leigh man

Serious About Rugby League has revealed that a former Leigh Centurions playmaker had been linked with a move to a Super League side.

Tetevano’s admission

Leeds Live has reported that Leeds Rhinos’ Zane Tetevano has slammed his own performances in 2021 and believes he still has a lot more to give.

Ex-SL star in horror accident

Former Super League and NRL star Chris Walker may not be able to walk for up to a year following a horror accident, the Courier Mail has reported. Read more here.

Leeds’ signing to feature

Leeds Rhinos have confirmed via Rhinos TV that their star signing Aidan Sezer will play in their pre-season with Featherstone Rovers. The tie takes place on Sunday 16 January. Read more here.

SL fullback rejects rival

Serious About Rugby League has reported that a current Super League fullback had previously fielded interest from Castleford Tigers.

Best ever signings

Serious About Rugby League has revealed their ten best ever Super League signings. The likes of Jamie Peacock and Jamie Lyon all feature, but in what order?

Bradford major blow

Bradford Bulls have been dealt a major blow ahead of the new Championship season with some terrible news that threatens to hamper the club’s ambition for Super League. Read more here.

Film star

Former St Helens, Huddersfield Giants and Castleford Tigers forward Keith Mason has been in rehearsals for a new film that will be in the cinemas in the future. Read more here.

Flanagan bombshell

Serious About Rugby League has revealed a major bombshell on the future of Canterbury Bulldogs halfback Kyle Flanagan who has been under fire since joining in 2021.

Leeds future

Serious About Rugby League has revealed the future on one Leeds Rhinos forward’s future with his contract set to expire at the end of 2022. He also revealed what is a ‘major stress’ for him.

New role for ex-Wire star

Former Warrington Wolves star Matty Blythe has been handed a new role in operations alongside the club in its stadium upkeep, his social media page reveals. Read more here.

Tributes for board member

A former Super League board member has tragically passed away, with the club, current and past players all paying tribute to someone who was so pivotal. Read more here.

Pryce on Eastmond

Leon Pryce has had his say on Kyle Eastmond following the latter’s retirement and decision to step away from the sport altogether. The duo played five seasons together at St Helens. Read more here.

Odsal criticised

Bradford Bulls’ stadium, Odsal, has been heavily criticised following the revelation of the pitch markings on Twitter. Odsal has recently been used again in motorcycle speedway racing. Read more here.

Cooke slams Taylor rehab

Paul Cooke has taken to BBC Humberside to share his opinion on Scott Taylor’s rehab after it was revealed the forward would be out again with the same issue. Read more here.

Court no-show

A player has failed to turn up for his court hearing and now faces potential arrest following his absence, according to Fox Sports. Read more here.

Toulouse partnership

Toulouse Olympique have released their squad numbers with a new halfback partnership for the 2022 Super League season. Read more here.

Takairangi latest

The Hull Daily Mail has revealed the latest on Hull KR’s Brad Takairangi with him and the club having open and honest discussions about the incident that led to his arrest.

Naiqama’s shock start

Kevin Naiqama could be about to make a shock start for his new club after initially joining on a one-year deal, according to the Daily Telegraph. Read more here.

Gelling latest

Anthony Gelling has taken to Instagram to show what he is currently getting up to after leaving Super League in 2021. He had formerly played for Wigan, Warrington and Leigh. Read more here.

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