Leeds Rhinos boss Gary Hetherington blasted 6 of his rival Super League chiefs after they thwarted a move to heal the rift in the game.
Melbourne Storm have regained Rugby League's World Club Challenge title after beating Leeds Rhinos 18-14.
Three new laws will be trialled at the Boxing Day challenge match at Headingley between Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Prop forward Richard Moore is looking for another club after being released by Leeds.
The 31-year-old former Leigh and Wakefield player, who has made 16 appearances in each of his two seasons with the Rhinos, had another year left on his contract.
Winger, Tom Briscoe's moved to Leeds Rhinos from Hull FC on a five year deal. The 23 year old turned down a chance to move to the NRL in favour of a deal at Headingley. Just yesterday he was named in the 24-man England squad for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.
A group of Leeds Rhinos players have turned their hands to singing to raise money for charity. The boys are recording a compliation of songs sung by fans on matchdays.
It is the brainchild of young Rhinos star Stevie Ward who has been ruled out through injury and hit upon a plan to become the club's answer to Simon Cowell.
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has paid tribute to former England captain Jamie Peacock for the way he coped with his father's two-year battle with terminal cancer.
Darryl Peacock passed away on Friday - just 24 hours after his son played a key role in the Rhinos' 20-6 win at Wigan.
Peacock, who drove himself to Wigan after leaving his 59-year -old father's bedside and returned to the hospice straight after the match, had dedicated his rugby to his father since November 2011 when he was diagnosed with lung cancer and given only months to live.
McDermott, who played with Jamie Peacock at Bradford, said: "On behalf of everyone connected to the Rhinos, we would like to send our deepest sympathies and condolences to Jamie, his mum and his entire family at this difficult time.
"It is a mark of the man and his dedication and commitment to our club that he played on Thursday night.
"Not only did he play, just as his dad would have wanted him to, but he was once again one of our leading players in the victory.
"We know that this has been a tough few months for the whole Peacock family but they know that they have the love and support of everyone connected to the club."
Leeds Rhinos legend Keith Senior has completed his Quest 13 mission in under 13 hours.
Senior, who played 13 full seasons’ for Leeds Rhinos, set off on a 13 mile run alongside his Quest 13 team members at 7am this morning from Headingley Carnegie Stadium - ahead of a Super league clash against Hull KR.
Senior then took to the road again, this time on a 113km bike ride, before settling on the rowing machines for the 13 mile row outside the Leeds Rhinos club shop.
He is raising money for Leeds Rugby Foundation.
Leeds Rhinos legend Keith Senior speaks to Calendar ahead of his 113 km cycle ride to raise money for the Leeds Rugby Foundation. Senior and his team had already completed a 13 mile run, and later will endure 13 miles on rowing machines at Headingley ahead of the Super League clash against Hull KR.
1st leg of Quest13 done. 13 mile run in just over 2 hours. Time for 113 km on the bike. Bob on
Leeds Rhinos star Keith Senior has just started a 96 mile challenge, running, cycling and rowing to raise money for the Leeds Rugby Foundation.
He set off from Headingley this morning and will finish tonight outside the Carnegie stadium, where Leeds Rhinos face Hull KR in the Super League.
Leeds' Australian forward Brett Delaney will see out the rest of his career at Headingley after ending speculation over his future. The 28-year-old centre turned second-rower has signed a new five-year contract, keeping him at Rhinos until the end of 2018.
The deal, which replaces his previous contract which had two years left to run, is the longest of any senior player at Leeds. Delaney, who is currently sidelined with a knee injury, has made 109 appearances since joining Leeds from Gold Coast Titans in 2010.