Sam Tomkins was named the Super League Man of Steel for the second time in his career in 2021.
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Rugby league needs to accept British team does not work
The British and Irish Lions catch the eye of all rugby union fans one summer every four years when all four nations pool their resources to take on the best from the Southern Hemisphere.
Greenwood upbeat despite Rams defeat to York
Dewsbury head coach Lee Greenwood was left feeling proud of his Rams side as they fell to defeat against York.
Castleford appoint former Hull FC boss Radford
Castleford Tigers have announced former Hull FC boss Lee Radford as the man to succeed Daryl Powell as head coach, from 2022 onwards.
Are St Helens The Team To Beat Again This Season?
This season St Helens are bidding to become the first team to win a third straight Super League Grand Final since Leeds managed the hat-trick of titles in 2009.
Lawrence: “It’s an honour and privilege” to captain Giants
Michael Lawrence has said it’s an “honour and a privilege” to be made club captain at Huddersfield Giants.
Panthers Fancied to Go One Better in NRL in 2021
Penrith Panthers gave everything in their pursuit of their first NRL Championship since 2003 in this year’s Grand Final but just came up short against Melbourne Storm.
Abram and Carr sign on for the Rams
Dewsbury Rams have announced the signing of young utility player Jamie Abram and highly rated winger Lewis Carr ahead of the 2021 season.
Dewsbury Rams announce two re-signings
The Dewsbury Rams have begun announcing their squad for Rugby League’s return with the re-signing of full back Joe Martin and winger Andy Gabriel. Coach Lee Greenwood’s men were sitting in sixth when Coronavirus brought a halt to the season. The Rams are gearing up for the re-start in the Championship, with the bookies notContinue reading “Dewsbury Rams announce two re-signings”
Rochdale get two more signed up for 2021
Ben Calland and Luke Fowden have signed new deals with Rochdale for the 2021 campaign.
Calland joined the Hornets ahead of the 2020 season from Oldham, scoring four tries in as many appearances.
Fowden originally joined the club in 2016 before appearing again for the Hornets this year.
Rochdale coach Matt Calland said: “Ben’s attitude has been first class since signing with the club.
“He is very strong with ball in hand and is sound defensively. I’m expecting a big season from him in 2021.
“I am delighted to have Luke onboard for next season. He is developing nicely and has great punch in his carries.
“He is another local lad who has a great appetite for the game and I look forward to working with him again.”