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…
Serious About Rugby League has written an article about the future of Hull FC halfback Josh Reynolds.
He is out of contract at the end of the season and has been at Hull for two years. Read more here.
Hull and Saints worry
Serious About Rugby League has revealed the statistic that will make Hull FC and St Helens worry.
Surprisingly, St Helens are at the top of this leaderboard. Read more here.
Channel 4’s major news
There has been major news on Channel 4 following the weekend’s fixture between Castleford Tigers and Wigan Warriors.
It was the sixth game broadcast on the terrestrial program. Read more here.
Featherstone Rovers’ clash with Bradford Bulls last night was delayed due to a medical emergency.
Everyone at Serious About Rugby League passes on their well wishes to those involved. Read more here.
Leeds unearth gem
Leeds Rhinos look to have unearthed a gem that has a great future ahead of him.
The club revealed footage of the starlet after he scored four tries in a fixture against Wakefield Trinity. Read more here.
Ex-Wigan prop returns
A former Wigan Warriors prop has returned to the UK after a stint overseas.
He has made the shock move, signing on an 18-month deal and will join up with the club subject to international clearance. Read more here.
England squad named
The England Women’s Squad has been named to take on Wales in an international this weekend.
Leeds Rhinos, St Helens and York City Knights are heavily represented in the 20-player squad. Read more here.
SL club that has the most cards
Serious About Rugby League has revealed the Super League club that has been given the most yellow and red cards this season.
There is a surprise side at the top! Read more here.
Serious About Rugby League has also addressed the future of Barrow Raiders flier Tee Ritson who has been carving it up in the Championship this season.
Ritson has been attracting the attention of a number of Super League clubs. Read more here.
Bans, bans, bans
The latest Disciplinary Match Review Panel charges have been revealed with Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos men set for MINIMUM five-game bans. Read more here.
Castleford Tigers’ Mahe Fonua was cautioned, but wasn’t banned despite being yellow carded. Read more why here. You can also find out why the Warrington and Leeds men could receive huge bans here. Scott Taylor has also been banned for FC and you can find out why here.
Gale opens up on Hull
Hull FC halfback Luke Gale has opened up on his time at the MKM Stadium so far after making the move from Leeds Rhinos.
Gale has spent a lot of time on the sidelines this year due to suspension. Read more here.
Austin confirms 2023 club
Blake Austin has confirmed which club he will be at in 2023 following a year at Leeds Rhinos.
Austin previously played for Warrington Wolves in Super League, but made the move to Headingley ahead of the 2022 season. Read more here.
Huge stadium news
A Super League club has revealed some huge news on their stadium as they get ready to rejuvenate the club.
It follows the latest plans revealed in past months. Read more here.
Former Leeds Rhinos head coach Richard Agar has dropped a big hint on his future on BBC Radio Leeds.
Agar was meant to be returning to Headingley to take on a backroom staff role, but things are less clear now. Read more here.
Why Bateman didn’t play
Wigan Warriors were able to beat Castleford Tigers convincingly on Saturday on Channel 4.
However, John Bateman didn’t play despite not being injured or rested. Find out why he didn’t play here.
SL target plays last game?
Has a Super League target played his last game for his current club?
That’s exactly what Fox Sports believes, with a potential move looking even more likely now. Read more here.
Hastings bombshell move?
Ex-Wigan Warriors and Salford Red Devils halfback Jackson Hastings has been linked with a bombshell move, according to the Wide World of Sports.
The former Super League man won great adulation in the UK in his near-four year spell here. Read more here.
Hodgson ‘hard done by’
Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson believes his side were hard done by by a number of ‘very harsh’ calls against Wakefield Trinity on Sunday.
The Black and Whites went down 19-18, but Hodgson bemoaned some calls. Read more here.
A number of Super League stars suffered injuries over the weekend which could see them sidelined for weeks or months.
Hull FC, Castleford Tigers, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos all suffered. Read more here.