Betfred Super League side Leeds Rhinos have taken the decision to close their training ground for a minimum of five days. This is due to six players and one member of staff testing positive for COVID-19 over the last ten days. Leeds have acted swiftly to ensure the safety of all their players, staff and families.Continue reading “Leeds Rhinos close training ground due to COVID-19”
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”
Leeds Rhinos academy product Jack Broadbent has moved to Betfred Championship side Batley Bulldogs on loan for a month. Rhinos academy coach Rob Burrow insists that Broadbent has what it takes to play in England’s second tier. Broadbent who has already had a taste of Championship rugby whilst being on dual registration with Featherstone Rovers,Continue reading “Burrow confident on Broadbent’s ability”
Leeds Rhinos Stevie Ward is now back in full time training and is hoping to make his Super League return in the next few weeks. The 25 year old has been out of action since round three after sustaining a knee injury which he has since had surgery on back in February against St Helens.Continue reading “Ward on his way back”
Workington Town have hit a bump in the road for their new stadium plans as the local council has had a change in leadership. This may effect the bid to have no 2021 World Cup games to be played in Cumbria. With Labour losing the local elections, the proposed 8,000 seater capacity stadium which wouldContinue reading “Workington stadium hits snag”
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.
The 2017 Rugby League World Cup is in full swing, with plenty of attention on England, who are looking to end Australia and New Zealand’s domination of the competition.