Rugby League News: Hall’s horror injury, Pryce latest, Hock’s surprising new career & Wane on Warrington and Hull trio

Rugby League News – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league.

It has been a busy 24 hours with major stories breaking from Super League and the NRL.

Here is a round-up of everything that has happened…

Hodgson questions and Radford’s response

Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson has questioned the mentality of his side after they fell to a 33-26 defeat to Castleford Tigers yesterday.

He told Hull Live that two of his players also have injury problems. Read more on his thoughts here as Lee Radford reveals why Niall Evalds didn’t play and his thoughts on the Tigers’ win.

Hock’s new career

Former Wigan Warriors and Salford Red Devils forward Gareth Hock has taken on a surprising new career at 38 years old.

Hock retired in 2019 after playing his last rugby league moments with the Leigh Centurions. Read more on his new career venture here.

Pryce and NRL speculation

Huddersfield Giants head coach Ian Watson has responded to speculation that star Will Pryce could be heading for the NRL, League Express has revealed.

Watson said: “He’s contracted for another two years and we have no intention of letting him go anywhere.”

Hall’s horror injury

Ryan Hall was on the receiving end of a horror blow in Friday night’s Hull KR defeat to St Helens.

The former Leeds Rhinos winger shared the awful-looking injury on his Instagram after stating “rugby league is the winner.” Read more here.

Fonua appeals

Castleford Tigers centre Mahe Fonua has told fans to stay patient with new head coach Lee Radford, League Express has reported.


Wane on Warrington

Shaun Wane has shared his thoughts on Warrington Wolves following their defeat to Catalans Dragons on Friday night.

He was a guest pundit on Sky Sports, detailing his comments on Daryl Powell and what Warrington need to do to improve. Read more here.

Marshall’s ‘saved’ career

League Express reported that Shaun Wane has said that new Wigan Warriors head coach ‘saved’ Liam Marshall’s career.


New England allegiance?

Fox Sports has revealed that one NRL star could well play for England after qualifying through his parents.

In the past, the likes of Rangi Chase and Maurie Fa’asavalu have changed allegiances to England after previously representing another country. Read more here.

Chase on Cas

Rangi Chase has told Serious About Rugby League all about his experience at Castleford Tigers, why he left the club and which head coach he didn’t get along with.

The former Castleford and Salford Red Devils halfback is now playing his rugby for Rochdale Hornets. Read more here.

Dislocated and fractured ankle

Another forward has been hit with a devastating injury blow after the weekend’s rugby league after succumbing to a broken and dislocated ankle.

The horror photo was shared on Instagram as the number of injuries seem to be increasing throughout the game. See the horror injury here.

SL clubs on red alert

The Daily Telegraph has revealed that a New Zealand Warriors star has put Super League and NRL clubs on red alert after his agent spoke out against the club not giving him a new deal.

The Warriors man looks to be on his way out of the club and there is definitely interest. Read more here.

Wane talks with Hull trio

Shaun Wane revealed on Sky Sports during his time as a guest pundit in Warrington Wolves’ loss to Catalans Dragons on Friday night, that he has held talks with a Hull trio about England places.

Those players are Luke Gale, Jake Connor and Josh Griffin. Read what Wane said to them here.

Clark reacts

Warrington Wolves hooker Daryl Clark has reacted to Warrington Wolves’ loss to Catalans Dragons after that was a milestone game for the number 9.

Clark registered 300th career appearance, but he revealed his frustration at Warrington’s loss. Read more here.

Reynolds development

Brisbane Broncos halfback Adam Reynolds had been dealt a major blow ahead of his debut for the club against South Sydney Rabbitohs.

But, the Daily Telegraph has revealed that there may be a twist in the tale after the latest NRL move. Read more here.

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