Huddersfield Giants academy player Ronan Costello is in a critical condition after being seriously injured in a match on Saturday.
The U19 centre, who has been admitted to Leeds General Infirmary, was injured in the game against Salford City Reds and the match was abandoned as a result of the incident.
"Huddersfield Giants academy player Ronan Costello remains in a critical condition in Leeds General Infirmary. The club respectfully asks that all supporters respect the wish for privacy and sensitivity for the family at such a difficult time"
Former Giants player Brett Ferres has tweeted his support for the young player.
Detectives are looking for two men over an attack in Huddersfield which left a bar-goer with a fractured cheekbone and eye socket.
The 25-year-old man was assaulted near Five Bar on Cross Church Street in the early hours of May 8.
He lost consciousness in the incident.
"We are keen to speak to anyone who was out in Huddersfield that night who witnessed this offence or saw the two men We would like to speak to these men as part of our ongoing enquiries and would ask anyone with information about their identities, or indeed the man themselves, to come forward."
Anyone with information should call Kirklees District CID via 101.
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Health chiefs will host a third public meeting tonight on proposals which could see Huddersfield lose its A&E unit to Halifax.
It will take place at the John Smiths Stadium again despite hundreds being locked out of the previous meeting.
Organisers say they could not find anywhere else suitable and there are other opportunities to learn about the proposals.
Safety advice has been issued after an overheated laptop on a bed started a house fire in Huddersfield.
The fire started in a conservatory attached to the rear of a mid-terrace property in the Paddock area of the town.
The conservatory was being used as a bedroom. The fire caused serious damage to the roof of the house and spread to the roof space of the two adjoining properties.
Rescue services say no-one was in any of the affected properties at the time of the blaze on Tuesday, May 24.
Following the blaze a Fire Investigation Officer attended to determine the cause.
“We have concluded that the most likely cause of the fire was that it started as a result of a laptop being left on a bed within the conservatory.
“The bedding material would have limited the ventilation which is required to ensure the laptop doesn’t overheat.
“If a laptop is placed on anything that prevents cool air circulation through it, the device can overheat and ignite surrounding combustible items. Our advice would be to use laptops on a solid flat surface which allows the cooling system to operate properly.”
There was no indication of a fault on the laptop itself.
West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information after a woman was robbed outside a sandwich shop in Huddersfield.
The incident happened on Leeds Road when the victim was approached by two men on Friday 20th May at 2pm.
The 51-year-old woman was asked for her bag before one of the men cut the straps with a bladed instrument which caused a minor injury to the victims arm. The men made off with the handbag and was chased by the victim.
Both men are described as white and aged between 30-35. One of the men is described as 6ft 3ins tall, of skinny build, bald or shaven head with a pale complexion. The other man is described as 5ft 7ins, slim wearing a dark blue tracksuit.
South Yorkshire police are concerned for the welfare of a man from Barnsley who has gone missing.
Christopher Frankish, who is 41-years-old, has not been seen since 1pm on Sunday May 22, when he left an address on Sheffield Road in Penistone.
He is described as being of thin build, around 5ft 8ins tall. He was last seen wearing a green coloured hoody, blue jeans and a black rain coat.
Officers believe he may have attempted to travel to West Yorkshire as he may have connections in Huddersfield and Wakefield.
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