KEIGHLEY Cougars have entered into a historic partnership with the Canadian Rugby League Association. The agreement will see a number of initiatives change between both organisations and will look to enhance the club’s status.
YORK City Knights head coach James Ford says that there is no truth in the suggestion that dual-registration club Hull KR’s boss Tim Sheens picks the Knights team for a match day.
HALIFAX have brought in two new players to the club, the first is forward Dan Fleming from Toronto Wolfpack, the second player is full-back Kian Morgan who has been signed on a permanent deal after impressing on a trial period.
ROCHDALE Hornets have appointed recently retired player Anthony Walker to the club’s coaching team, as the Hornets make him a development coach.
BRADFORD Bulls are looking to appoint a new head coach after Geoff Toovey has left the club with his contract not being renewed, the favourite for the job is former Featherstone boss Jon Sharp.
DONCASTER have signed outside back from Richard Owen who has played for Super League sides Castleford Tigers, and Wakefield Trinity.
OLDHAM have signed second-row forward Liam Bent on a permanent deal from Super League side Salford Red Devils.
YORK City Knights have been given some great news as the new community stadium plans have been signed off on and it means the build can now fully go ahead.
KEIGHLEY Cougars boss Craig Lingard has spoken about the importance of fitness, and getting the team as fit and ready for the new season as he possible can, insisting that pre-season won’t be made easy.
BARROW Raiders have signed 25 year old prop Glenn Riley who has joined the club on a one year deal.