Rugby League News: Leeds sign Super League rival, O’Neill wanted for major role, Connor’s club revealed & Super League captain to move clubs?

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…

Smith on Bentley

Rohan Smith has delivered the latest on Leeds Rhinos star James Bentley. The Leeds man has come under fire in recent months for his disciplinary. Read more here.

On the topic of ill-discipline, Serious About Rugby League has revealed the most ill-disciplined sides in Super League. Read more here.

Ipape’s deal

Leigh Centurions star Edwin Ipape has been an incredible signing for the Lancashire club in 2022.

However, NRL and Super League clubs have been chasing him and he has signed a deal. Read more here.

Clark leaves Warrington

Warrington Wolves have been busy in the transfer market in recent weeks with a number of signings.

But there have also been a number of exits and another one has been confirmed to be leaving. Read more here.

KR’s staggering deal

Hull KR will sign a new NRL star, according to the Daily Telegraph.

However, the staggering deal has been revealed by the paper and how much the Robins will pay for him. Read more here.

Westwood and Kirmond’s bizarre careers

Ex-Warrington Wolves star Ben Westwood and former Wakefield Trinity forward Danny Kirmond now have bizarre careers.

Both have been rugby league all their life, but now have gone a completely different path. Read more here.

Leeds sign SL rival

Leeds Rhinos have signed a Super League rival, according to leading rugby league agent Craig Harrison on The Full Eighty Minutes podcast. It comes in the wake of a race as clubs try and get the best talents for 2023. Read more here.

However, a new Leeds signing is out injured. Read more here.

Wire’s big signings

Warrington Wolves have signed yet another powerhouse forward as Daryl Powell begins his rebuild.

The Wolves have already signed Kyle Amor, Thomas Mikaele and Paul Vaughan in recent weeks. Read more here.

Mamo latest

Castleford Tigers have revealed the latest on star centre Jake Mamo after he left the club on compassionate leave.

Mamo only joined Castleford from Warrington Wolves ahead of the 2022 season. Read more here.

St Helens signings?

Serious About Rugby League have broached the idea of three potential signings for St Helens boss Kristian Woolf.

The Merseyside club are already planning for 2023 and beyond with the retention of Konrad Hurrell etc. Read more on the signings here.

O’Neill wanted for major move

Former Castleford Tigers star Jacques O’Neill is wanted in a major role when he leaves Love Island.

The rugby league player has been a key part of the ITV2 villa in the past week or so and has given the sport great exposure. Read more here.

Leutele future

Huddersfield Giants head coach Ian Watson has given the latest on the future of Ricky Leutele.

The Samoan centre is a wanted man after a sensational season and has offers from both the NRL and Super League. Read more here.

Bailey wants controversial rule

Ex-Leeds Rhinos prop Ryan Bailey wants controversial rule to be implemented in Super League, he revealed on Twitter.

It is a rule that has been key in the NRL in recent seasons. Read more here.

Reynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds

Hull FC yesterday released a statement on halfback Josh Reynolds. Read more here.

And, Reynolds’ next move has now been ‘confirmed’ according to Fox Sports. Read more here.

SL refereeing appointments

Curious decisions have been made on referees Ben Thaler and Robert Hicks ahead of this week’s Super League fixtures.

Both have been absent for a number of weeks. Read more here.

Lino on the move?

Wakefield Trinity’s Mason Lino has been hitting the headlines in recent months following some great performances for the West Yorkshire club.

And, now he has been linked with another move. Read more here.

Wane’s hooking dilemma

England boss Shaun Wane has four hookers to choose from in Super League with Paul McShane, Daryl Clark, Kruise Leeming and Michael McIlorum taking part in their clash with the Combined Nations.

And, though Wane is more than willing to call up James Roby, the former Wigan Warriors boss has revealed it will take the veteran number nine to come to him.

Two more Hull exits?

Could two more Hull FC players be heading for the exit? One forward has been linked with an exit. Read more here.

And, Manu Ma’u is set for a move to Catalans Dragons after Castleford Tigers dropped out of the race, according to Hull Live.

Connor’s future

Meanwhile, Jake Connor’s future is said to have been finalised with a deal in place for 2023.

The maverick fullback has been the talk of the town in recent weeks and months but speculation could end. Read more here.

Two clubs named in Grace chase

Two clubs have been named in the chase for St Helens winger Regan Grace, according to Rugby Pass.

It was previously thought that five had been in for the Welsh wizard, but three have dropped out. Read more here.

Dwyer move?

Leeds Rhinos hooker Brad Dwyer could be set for a huge move to a Super League rival – but not St Helens.

The number nine looks to be on the periphery at Headingley. Read more here.

Four leg breaks

Former Warrington Wolves and St Helens star James Laithwaite has told ITV about his new food company.

He has swapped from rugby to food delivery with Fuel Hub doing excellently well.

Edwards future and Wakefield eye rival

Kenny Edwards is set to sign a new deal at Castleford Tigers, according to Yorkshire Live, but he has made a huge admission. Read more here.

The same publication has also revealed that Wakefield Trinity are close to signing Salford Red Devils captain Elijah Taylor.

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