The Huddersfield Giants Academy starlet died earlier this month after a match. His family have decided to donate some of his organs.Read the full story ›
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A video showing group of New Zealand school performing the haka in honour of a Huddersfield Giants Academy player who suffered fatal injuries in a game has gone viral online.
Ronan Costello, who was 17, died from head injuries he sustained in a game against Salford Reds.
The video of the youngsters performing the traditional Maori war dance has been seen more than 90,000 times after being posted by the Rugby League Fan Club group on Facebook.
Huddersfield Giants caretaker head coach Andy Kelly has paid tribute to 17-year-old Ronan Costello who tragically died last week.Read the full story ›
Caretaker coach Andy Kelly saluted Huddersfield's character after they ended an emotional week with a 31-30 victory at Salford.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield Giants Head Coach Paul Anderson and Assistant Coach Kieron Purtill have been stood down with immediate effect.Read the full story ›
The RFL says a minute's applause will be held at all games this weekend following the 17-year-old's death from injuries suffered in gameRead the full story ›
Ronan Costello's amateur team Brighouse Rangers have invited people to lay flowers by the posts of their pitch.
Ronan Costello, 17, was airlifted to hospital following the incident at the weekendRead the full story ›
Rhinos coach Brian McDermott watched his bottom-of-the-table team crash out of the Challenge Cup at the first hurdle last night.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield centre or second rower Michael Lawrence has committed himself to his home-town club by signing a contract extension that will keep him with the Giants until the end of the 2019 season.
The versatile 25-year-old one-club man is just four appearances away from bringing up 200 in the top flight after coming through Huddersfield's academy.
"I had no hesitation in staying at the club when the offer came and for some it can be a worrying time if you are out of contract at the end of the season but thankfully I've no such worries and can keep working towards our goal of bringing silverware to the club."
I have always been happy here and like to think I've played my part in pushing us up towards the top end of the competition.
Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson said: "He is a fine player and a very good professional.
"He has been a virtual fixture in the side ever since I have been here and rightly so, as he is a very consistent, hard-working player and exactly the type every coach would want in the squad which is why it's great he's committed to staying here longer term."