Rugby League News: Hastings linked with big move, Connor latest, major Super League exit & Wigan and Castleford blows

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…

Hastings wanted for move

It seems Jackson Hastings has been piquing the interest of a number of suitors following his great form for Wests Tigers, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Hastings is wanted for a major move – he last played Super League in 2021. Read more here.

Pryce hint

Will Pryce could still play for Huddersfield Giants at this weekend’s Challenge Cup Final he told the Daily Mirror.

Of course, Pryce’s ten-match ban runs out this week and he may be in the reckoning.

Injury corner

A number of Super League sides are struggling with injuries following the weekend’s fixtures.

Serious About Rugby League has revealed that the likes of Wigan Warriors, Castleford Tigers and Hull FC have been hit. Read more here.

Wilkin on Cas

Sky Sports pundit Jon Wilkin is well known for his outspoken views on rugby league.

However, he seemed to rankle Castleford Tigers fans again with a bizarre statement made last week. Read more here.

Challenge Cup news

There has been big Challenge Cup news emerging yesterday concerning essential data maintenances. Read more here.

Serious About Rugby League has also written an article about potential venues for the Challenge Cup Final in future. Read more here.

Connor’s news

Hull FC’s Jake Connor enjoyed a remarkable outing against Wigan Warriors at the weekend as Hull ran out 31-22 winners.

So much so that he has made the news. Read more here.

Referee death threats

It is becoming a common occurrence in rugby league in recent months, but abuse at officials and players will never be tolerated.

Unfortunately, two high-profile referees have been hit with horrific death threats. Read more here.

Warrington’s big three

Warrington Wolves have sent a message out to their Super League rivals that they are ready to bounce back.

The club yesterday announced three major signings to join Daryl Powell’s ranks at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. Read more here.

Bans and Luke Gale

Leeds Rhinos’ James Bentley has been hit with a lengthy ban once more, whilst a Wakefield Trinity forward and Hull FC star are in hot water. Read more here.

Footage of Bentley’s misdemeanour can be found online and you can read more on why he was banned here. You can also find out why Luke Gale was not banned despite the yellow card here.

Major Super League exit

There could be a major exit from a Super League club in the next few weeks if Sky Sports pundits are to believed from the weekend’s fixtures.

It would be a real coup for whoever snapped the player up. Read more here.

Carney’s club

Ex-Castleford Tigers winger Justin Carney has been pictured making his debut for a brand new club.

He was last seen in Super League in 2018 after enjoying spells at Castleford, Salford Red Devils and Hull KR. Read more here.

Catalans respond

Catalans Dragons have responded to two of their stars exiting the club by announcing their own major coup!

It is massive news for the club with head coach Steve McNamara overjoyed. Read more here.

Farnworth’s future

Brisbane Broncos and England international Herbie Farnworth has made a stunning decision over his future.

It follows links to Super League and NRL. Read more here.


Serious About Rugby League has written an article detailing the weekend’s attendances.

There were a number of good crowds in there from Hull FC, Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves. Read more here.

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