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Rugby League News: Hull man’s ‘big news’, Hurrell on Saints switch, Trueman injury pain, Austin on move & Toulouse’s Kheirallah replacement

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Here are some of the headline-grabbing stories from the last 24 hours.

Bradford loss

Bradford Bulls fell to a shock defeat in round two of the Championship yesterday as John Kear’s men attempt to earn promotion to Super League at the end of 2022. Read more here.

Burgess photo

Joe Burgess has created history as he posed for a Super League photo with his dog for the first time in the competition’s history! Look at the photo via this link here.

Wakefield signing

Wakefield Trinity Ladies have made another signing from one of their rival teams as the West Yorkshire club build a formidable side for 2022. Read more here.

Cas stadium news

The Wakefield Express has revealed that the cost of Castleford Tigers’ new redevelopment of the Jungle will be £8-10m and will generate an extra £1 million per year.

Kheirallah expected to leave

League Express has revealed that Toulouse’s Mark Kheirallah is expected to leave after talking with head coach Sylvain Houles over his COVID-19 vaccination stance.

Leilua latest

Featherstone Rovers’ new signing Joey Leilua is set to make his bow for his new club tonight at home to Leigh Centurions, live on Premier Sports. It promises to be a cracker. Read more here.

Lovodua engagement

Hull Live has revealed that Hull FC’s new signing Joe Lovodua has got engaged to his girlfriend as he prepares for his first season in the Black and White of Hull.

Gale determined

The Yorkshire Post has revealed that Luke Gale is determined to lead by example as he takes the Hull FC captaincy for the first Hull FC game this weekend.

Hardaker reveals why

Zak Hardaker has told Yorkshire Live why he asked for a release from Wigan Warriors in 2021 and his goals for the new season under Matty Peet.

Beaumont’s change

Serious About Rugby League has revealed what Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont would do differently if his side reached Super League again.

Johnstone’s admission

Wakefield Trinity winger Tom Johnstone has revealed how there was division within the Trinity ranks in 2021 and how new head coach Willie Poching has changed that. Read more here.

Stankevitch’s son

Former St Helens forward John Stankevitch has seen his son get a Super League scholarship, with his father hoping he follows in his footsteps. Read more here.

Lock Lane’s Challenge Cup tie

An update has been given over Castleford Lock Lane’s Challenge Cup tie against League 1 opponents Rochdale Hornets. The amateur side already beat Oldham in the second round. Read more here.

Hurrell on Saints switch

Konrad Hurrell has told League Express about how his switch to St Helens is already suiting him and how he can improve under new head coach Kristian Woolf.

Ten best coaches

Serious About Rugby League has written a list of their ten best Super League coaches of all time.

Austin on exit

New Leeds Rhinos signing Blake Austin has revealed what happened on his Warrington Wolves exit as well as his time at the club. Read more here.

Cas excitement

Castleford Tigers have released exciting news about their new matchday experience for their fans. It’s an example recently followed by Hull KR with their ‘Craven Streat’. Read more here.

Truman injury pain

Castleford Tigers halfback Jake Trueman has told the Yorkshire Post about his injury problems and how much he actually struggled in 2021 and how he is raring to go in 2022 with new ideas under Lee Radford.

Fusitu’a on move

David Fusitu’a has revealed why he left the NRL to make the move to Super League. The Tongan international is ready to take Super League by storm. Read more here.

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