Rugby League News: Wigan man in talks with rivals, Grace’s new club, Castleford coach’s surprising exit & Gale heading for Super League club?

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…

Truman latest

Castleford Tigers were able to get one over on Huddersfield Giants on Friday night, but there were concerns over Jake Trueman. He left the field during the second-half.

Lee Radford has spoken about the problem. Read more on his latest here.

Powell lays into players

Daryl Powell laid into his players following Warrington Wolves’ defeat to Salford Red Devils yesterday.

The Wolves threw away a 24-14 lead with ten minutes to go to down 32-24. Read more on his comments here.

Poching unhappy

Wakefield Trinity head coach Willie Poching was seriously unhappy with the refereeing performance of Chris Kendall following his side’s defeat to Wigan Warriors yesterday.

There were a number of 50/50 calls that failed to go Trinity’s way and Poching made his feelings known. Read more here.

Smith slams journalist

Hull KR boss Tony Smith was asked, in the wake of his side’s defeat to Toulouse Olympique on Saturday, whether his role at the club was in jeopardy, League Express has reported. However, Smith said: “ 

The publication also revealed that Catalans President Bernard Guasch has been given a four-match ban after

Peet on French’s future

Wigan Warriors boss Matt Peet has spoken honestly on the future of Bevan French following another stellar performance in the win over Wakefield Trinity yesterday.

French has been linked with both signing a new contract and an exit. Read more here.

Grace’s new club

St Helens star Regan Grace has a new club, according to Rugby Rama.

That club is reportedly Racing 92 – a French rugby union side – with a 12-month deal allegedly being signed.

Hull fans angry

Hull FC went down 62-16 to Leeds Rhinos at the weekend in what was a shambolic display at the MKM Stadium.

Leeds registered 11 tries with Rhyse Martin missing just one conversion as Hull fans let their feelings be known. Read more here.

Warrington man’s eye condition

The Daily Mirror has revealed that Warrington Wolves forward Robbie Mulhern as a unique eye condition.

Only one in around 2,000 people develop keratoconus – the thinning of the cornea which leads to blurred vision – but Mulhern has it alongside teammate Thomas Mikaele.

Manfredi reveals SL interest

Former Wigan Warriors winger Dominic Manfredi has spoken to Serious About Rugby League about his future.

Manfredi revealed numerous Super League offers. Read more here.

Wigan injuries

Wigan Warriors released news concerning latest injury problems and when they will be back.

Kaide Ellis, Cade Cust and Iain Thornley have all been monitored with Cust set to play at the Magic Weekend.

McShane in trouble

Sky Sports pundits Phil Clarke and Luke Gale believe Castleford Tigers’ Paul McShane is in trouble following the weekend.

The diminutive hooker was sinbinned in the Tigers’ win over Huddersfield Giants. Read more here.

Bibby in talks with rivals

On the theme of Wigan Warriors, centre Jake Bibby is in talks with a Super League rival.

Bibby, a Challenge Cup winner in 2022, has been extremely impressive in the Cherry and White this season. Read more here.

Hull FC’s incredible news

Hull FC have revealed some incredible news that could alter the shape of the Super League for the future.

The Black and Whites will now be one of the major driving forces in the competition. Read more here.

Coote’s damning news

Hull KR star Lachlan Coote has received some damning news over the weekend.

The former St Helens fullback has had an up and down season for the Robins since making the move from Merseyside for 2022. Read more here.

Griffin speculation

Hull FC star Josh Griffin has spoken to Serious About Rugby League about his future at the MKM Stadium.

Speculation has arose about his future at the Black and Whites and he has now had his say as well as working under Brett Hodgson. Read more here.

Cas signing

Castleford Tigers are set to sign a former Leeds Rhinos man, according to The Full Eighty Minutes podcast.

He will follow Alex Mellor to the Jungle who recently made the move from Headingley to the Jungle. Read more here.

New Leeds signing

Leeds Rhinos have made a new signing as Rohan Smith attempts to rebuild his squad after inheriting Richard Agar’s.

There isn’t that much salary cap space for the West Yorkshire club, however. Read more on the signing here.

Two shock clubs for Hastings

Two shock clubs have announced their interest in Wests Tigers and former Wigan Warriors halfback Jackson Hastings, Fox Sports has revealed.

Hastings only left Super League in 2021 after a superb spell in the UK. Read more here.

Dwyer’s move

Leeds Rhinos’ Brad Dwyer has been linked with a move out of Headingley for most of the 2022 Super League season.

Now, Serious About Rugby League has revealed where his next destination might be. Read more here.

Carney returns

Former Castleford Tigers winger Justin Carney has made his rugby league return.

Carney last played Super League back in 2018 with Hull KR. Read more here.

Hull to miss out on big signing

Hull FC are set to miss out on a big signing immediately after losing out on one of their big targets.

It follows the latest speculation that a halfback was set to make the move to the MKM Stadium. Read more here.

Miller future

Wakefield Trinity head coach Willie Poching has given the latest on halfback Jacob Miller.

Miller has been heavily linked with a move to Castleford Tigers, but Poching has thrown a spanner in the works. Read more here.

Burgess’ huge news

George Burgess has been given some huge news regarding his ‘sexual touching’ trial, according to the Daily Mail.

The former Wigan Warriors man has only been at St George Illawarra Dragons for 2022. Read more here.

Cas coach surprisingly leaves

A Castleford Tigers coach has surprisingly left his post, his new club confirmed over the weekend.

The Tigers were able to get one over on the Huddersfield Giants on Friday. Read more here.

O’Neill in hot water

Former Castleford Tigers forward Jacques O’Neill is under fire for a highly controversial incident on the Love Island villa set.

O’Neill has now been in the villa for a fortnight but people are unhappy. Read more here.

Reynolds to SL club?

Former Hull FC halfback Josh Reynolds is being heavily linked with a Super League rival.

Reynolds acrimoniously left the MKM Stadium a fortnight ago after failing to hit good form in 2022 for Brett Hodgson. Read more here.

Radford slams Sky

Castleford Tigers head coach Lee Radford has slammed Sky Sports, its production and and its commentators to BBC Radio Leeds.

Radford was in front of the Sky cameras on Friday night as his side beat Huddersfield. Read more here.

Gale for heading rivals?

Is Hull FC halfback Luke Gale on his way to a Super League rival?

It could be a sensational move just a year after joining the Black and Whites from rivals Leeds Rhinos. Read more here.

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