Castleford Tigers have drawn up a short-list of candidates for the role of head coach from nine applicants.
Former Great Britain Rugby Player Paul Newlove's Super League champions' rings stolen
Francis Cummins says he is ready for new role as Bradford Bulls' coach
We have been speaking to former Super League player, Jamie Bloem, after he was part of an investigation into false child sex allegations.
He has been officially declared innocent, and the former Halifax, Huddersfield, Doncaster, Castleford and South Africa star says he wants to rebuild his life.
The Leeds Rhinos have retained their Super League crown with a 26-18 victory over Warrington in front of 70,676 people at Old Trafford. Captain Kevin Sinfield was once again instrumental in the Rhinos success, scoring a rare try and kicking 5 goals from as many attempts.
His performance all the more impressive after suffering 2 crushing injuries during the course of the 80 minutes. His display was enough to earn him the Harry Sunderland Trophy as man of the match.
The victory enabled Rhinos to became Super League's most successful club, with six championships since the competition began in 1996, while former England captain Jamie Peacock celebrated his eighth victory on his record-breaking 10th appearance.
Brian McDermott speaking to Calendar before the game.
Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield has spoken to Chris Dawkes ahead of the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.
Former Hull FC star Steve Prescott completes his latest charity endurance challenge, as he canoes to Old Trafford in Manchester. The Rugby League legend is delivering the match ball to the Super League Grand Final having already swam and cycled from Hull to Liverpool.
What makes his challenge so remarkable is that Steve suffers from a rare stomach cancer.
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Super League's top try-scorer, Danny McGuire has been speaking to Calendar's Chris Dawkes ahead of today's Grand Final at Old Trafford.
New Leeds Rhinos signing Mitch Achurch says he almost quit rugby league 12 months ago. The 24-year-old Penrith Panthers forward has signed a four-year contract with the Rhinos after his potential was spotted by former Leeds favourite Matt Adamson.
– Mitch Achurch
"A year ago I was thinking about quitting the game. Playing footy wasn't paying the bills and I was living at home with my mum and dad. My dad runs a family sign-making business and I told him that I wanted to give it up and work with him. My family persuaded me to keep trying and I got a chance with Penrith, then got to play first grade and then Leeds got in touch."
Achurch is in England on a two-week reconnaissance to sort out accommodation before returning for pre-season training in November and will be a spectator at the Rhinos' Super League play-off semi-final at Wigan. Achurch has a British passport because his mother was born in London.
Hull FC fans travelling back from Warrington after tonight’s Super League play-off are reminded that the M62 between junctions 25 (Brighouse) and 26 (Chain Bar) will be closed overnight in both directions by 10pm. The closure will allow the Highways Agency to carry out gantry installation work
as part of the M62 Motorway upgrade scheme, is scheduled to start from 9pm on the westbound carriageway and slip roads. Subject to traffic conditions, the eastbound carriageway will be closed later, from around 10pm.
During the closure, clearly-signed diversion routes will be in place via the local road network. The motorway is due to reopen in both directions at 9am on Sunday morning.
Stobart Super League Preliminary Semi-Final Super League Final Eliminator
Catalan Dragons 4 Leeds 12
( Greenshields try) ( Ward, Lunt, tries. Sinfield 2 goals )
After 38 minutes play
Leeds prop forward Kylie Leuluai will miss the champions' Super League preliminary semi-final against Catalan Dragons in Perpignan on Friday night after he was given a one-match ban.
Leuluai, who has been absent for only one of the Rhinos' 34 matches so far this season, was given the suspension, along with a £300 fine, after being found guilty by the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee of a grade B offence of punching.
He had been cited by the RFL's match-review panel for the offence on winger Peter Fox in the last minute of the Rhinos' 42-20 play-off win over Wakefield last Saturday.