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.
Super League target Anthony Milford’s new deal is expected to be concluded this week, with his career at the South Sydney Rabbitohs apparently “being done”, according to Triple M. Read more here.
Bradford Bulls have handed a deal to a former Warrington Wolves halfback after he has impressed head coach John Kear so much, the club website has revealed. Read more here.
Pryce’s dark horses
Former St Helens great Leon Pryce has named his Championship dark horses for the 2022 season. Pryce has recently taken over as a pundit on Premier Sports. Read more about his prediction here.
Serious About Rugby League has revealed the most shocking u-turns in Super League history. From being homesick to a deal not going through, a transfer isn’t always clear cut. Disclaimer: includes Rangi Chase and Chris Sandow.
Fev’s nervous wait
Featherstone Rovers face a nervous wait for the outcome of Jesse Sene-Lefao’s scans after the former Castleford Tigers forward dislocated his shoulder in Rovers’ win over York City Knights. Read more here.
Beaumont challenges Fev
Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont has told Serious About Rugby League that Featherstone Rovers are the ones under pressure ahead of the two clubs’ clash on Monday night.
Field number one
Jai Field is set to be the Wigan Warriors’ number one in their opening game against Hull KR, the Hull Daily Mail has reported. The Australian has had a superb pre-season in his bid to improve his injury situation from 2021.
Hudds and Fax deal
Huddersfield Giants and Halifax Panthers have struck up a new partnership between the two clubs that is set to benefit a number of players. Read more here.
Wigan Warriors head coach Matty Peet revealed at the Super League season launch the latest on Bevan French following the fullback’s passing of his mother. Read more here.
FC loan move
Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson has told the Hull Daily Mail that he is looking to add a new signing on loan following the club’s injury problems.
Serious About Rugby League has revealed the latest on former Warrington and Wigan star Anthony Gelling as he remains in ‘ongoing’ talks with one UK club. He left for New Zealand back in the summer of 2021.
The St Helens Star has revealed that St Helens have a near fully fit squad for their opener against Catalans Dragons. Regan Grace is the only one to sit out.
Serious About Rugby League has revealed the longest bans ever dished out in Super League history, with months out sometimes being the punishment.
Prior no to captain
Serious About Rugby League has revealed why Leeds Rhinos’ Matt Prior said no to the club’s captaincy and expressed why Kruise Leeming is such a good choice.
Former Super League star Jackson Hastings has done a tell-all interview with Fox Sports where he revealed his experience at one former club, his experience in Super League and why he left. Read more here.
Warrington Wolves have revealed on their website important stadium news for all those attending Lee Mossop’s testimonial game tonight. Read more here.
Channel 4 host and pundits
Channel 4 has revealed its new host and pundits for Warrington Wolves’ clash against the Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 12 February. Are you in support of the new trio? Read more here.
Ex-forward’s son signs with agent
A former St Helens, Castleford Tigers and Huddersfield Giants forward’s son has signed with a major rugby league agent in yet another stepping stone of his to professional rugby league. Read more here.
The Hull Daily Mail has revealed that Hull FC forward Kane Evans will not miss any Super League action with injury after delivering good news at the season launch.
Union man linked with Leeds
A rugby union England international has outlined his desire to play rugby league, according to the Rugby Pass Offload podcast. He had also planned to take up a training session with Leeds Rhinos before COVID-19 hit. Read more here.
Former Hull FC and St Helens head coach Royce Simmons has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. A Penrith Panthers hero, Simmons coached FC in the early ’90s before taking over at Saints in 2011. Read more here.