Wigan Warriors are banking on their outstanding home form to secure their path to Old Trafford in the Super League play-offs.Read the full story ›
Rochdale Hornets are advertising for a new head coach following Ian Talbot's decision to leave the League 1 club.
Talbot left his backroom role at St Helens to take charge of Hornets three years ago and has now opted to return to the Super League champions.
"Following the conclusion of the season, I have decided to return to Saints to carry on my coaching career," Talbot said.
"I would like to thank everyone involved with the Hornets, members, fans, players and staff that have welcomed me and my family and helped us to create memories and friendships that we will always fondly remember."
While the rugby world cup plays to packed houses across England, the rise of wheelchair rugby league continues to win a new following.
It's the European Championships this week, with a strong North West presence.
Chris Hall has been to meet the players at Mersey Storm in Widnes to find out more about the sport that's growing in the shadow of Super League.
Wigan Warriors star Matty Smith chats to Mike Hall about his club's decision to play a home Super League fixture in London. The Warriors will face Catalan Dragons at Millwall FC on Saturday in a bid to raise the club's profile in the capital.
Wigan hooker Michael McIlorum has signed a new two-year contract extension at the DW Stadium.Read the full story ›
It's a big weekend for both St Helens and Warrington. They are playing in the semi-finals of Rugby League's Challenge Cup.
Saints play the Leeds Rhinos this evening, while tomorrow Warrington take on Hull KR.
Chris Hall has been sampling the atmosphere in both towns.
This weekend sees the semi-finals of Rugby League's Challenge Cup.
Saints play the Leeds Rhinos, while Warrington take on Hull KR.
A trip to Wembley awaits. Chris Hall has been sampling the atmosphere in both towns.
Warrington coach Tony Smith has effectively ruled Matty Russell out for the season with a second major ankle injury in four months.Read the full story ›
St George Illawarra have agreed to release versatile back Charly Runciman from his contract to enable him to join Widnes.
Runciman, who turns 22 on Wednesday, has made 12 first-grade appearances for the Dragons since making his debut against Penrith two years ago.
"Charly has received an opportunity to play regular first-grade football with the Widnes Vikings on a multi-year contract which he has opted to explore," said Dragons director of recruitment and retention Peter Mulholland.
"On behalf of the Dragons we would like to thank him for both his services and contributions to the club and wish him well for the future."
Runciman said: "I have had a couple of great seasons with the Dragons and will look back on my time here with fond memories.
"The opportunity however to play regular first-grade football with the Vikings was appealing to me and something that will help me progress as a player."
The coach of the Australian national rugby league team, Tim Sheens, has today been unveiled as Salford's new director of rugby.
There's still mystery surrounding the future of the club's Head Coach Iestyn Harris.
Any questions about him were off limits today but there was a hint towards unrest behind the scenes.