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.
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.
Michael Lawrence has said it’s an “honour and a privilege” to be made club captain at Huddersfield Giants.
It’s an idea that has been floated around for a number of years. But is now finally the time to expand the Super League to 14 teams?
St Helens ended their five-year drought without the Super League crown, easing past the Salford Red Devils in the Grand Final by a 23-6 scoreline. The Saints were dominant throughout the campaign and they epitomised their term by storming their way to the championship. However, the triumph was the end of Justin Holbrook’s time withContinue reading “Will St Helens remain on top of the Super League?”
Betfred Super League side Warrington Wolves have snatched two players from Championship club Widnes Vikings as centre Anthony Gelling and Keanan Brand swap second division for first division.
Catalan Dragons chairman Bernard Guasch has called out some of his players on their poor attitude this season.
Richard Agar is poised to become the next permanent head coach of Leeds Rhinos, having taken the job on as interim-head coach, Agar has now confirmed that talks are in advanced stages for him to take over on a more permanent basis. Having worked at both Hull FC and Wakefield before as coach Agar hasContinue reading “Agar Wants Leeds Job Full Time”
🏆 St Helens 😇 had to battle past Castleford 🐯 in a low-scoring game before getting their hands on the League Leaders’ Shield. 🗞️ Report, 📽️ highlights and 🗣️ reaction. 👉 https://t.co/WmimblF7xm pic.twitter.com/YJE4y6gBUR — Sky Sports RL (@SkySportsRL) August 30, 2019 It has been five years since St Helens reached the summit of rugby leagueContinue reading “Will St Helens End Playoff Struggles?”
Castleford Tigers have signed winger Sosaia Feki on a three year deal from Cronulla Sharks, he will join the Tigers from 2020 onwards. Although the 28 year old was born in Auckland, New Zealand, and played for the New Zealand Warriros junior sides and risen through the ranks there, he has played twice for Tonga.Continue reading “Feki signs for Cas as of 2020”