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 ›
Bernard Kenny was seriously injured after trying to save the Batley and Spen MP. He has been honoured today by the Batley Bulldogs.Read the full story ›
Castleford Tigers are undaunted by a difficult trip to Wigan Warriors in this weekend's Challenge Cup quarter finals.
The odds and the formbook are against them. Cas are seventh in the Super League table, while Wigan are second, and the Tigers have already lost twice home and away to the Warriors this season.
Head Coach Darryl Powell and prop forward Lee Jewitt, who made his senior debut for Wigan and whose wife hails from the town, have been speaking to Calendar's John Shires.
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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.
Hull KR captain Terry Campese is set to be sidelined for the rest of the season after suffering a serious hamstring injury against Wigan.Read the full story ›
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 ›
Castleford coach Daryl Powell wasn't happy after his side suffered a fourth consecutive home defeat to lose ground on the top four.Read the full story ›
Man of Steel Zak Hardaker is set to leave Leeds after the Rhinos placed the full-back on the transfer list.Read the full story ›
Hull FC have announced the signing of Salford Red Devils centre Josh Griffin on a three-year deal from next season.
The 26-year-old has played for a number of Super League clubs, including Wakefield, Huddersfield and Castleford before switching to Rugby Union with Leeds Carnegie in 2012.
He returned to League two years later with Championship club Batley Bulldogs before joining brothers Darrell, now with Featherstone Rovers, and George, a former Hull KR junior, at Salford.
“I want to play in big games in front of big crowds and hopefully push for an international spot and I believe Hull is the best club to help me do that.
“Josh will be a great addition to our squad and I’m really looking forward to him joining the group.
“He’s a player we have had to put a lot of focus on when coming up against Salford over the last couple of seasons because of his physical presence both in defence and attack and his ability with the ball in hand."