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Father's search for truth about son's death

Luke Rhoden, who was 25, suffered a heart attack after being restrained by officers in the resort of San Antonio. Luke's dad Norman, who's from Wigan, went to Ibiza to carry out his own investigation - there he spoke to a doctor who said the actions of the police had contributed to Luke's death. But now the story has taken another twist. This report by our correspondent Amy Welch:

Super League champions Wigan Warriors kick off the play-offs against Huddersfield

The end-of-season play-offs get underway in Super League tonight with the reigning champions Wigan Warriors kicking things off at home to Huddersfield Giants.

It's a qualifying play-off which means the winners go straight through to the semi-finals while the losers get a second bite of the cherry next week.

But Wigan Head Coach Shaun Wane doesn't want to take that chance.

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Father of rugby star who died in Ibiza travels to island

The father of a former rugby league player who died after a fall on holiday in Ibiza has travelled to the island after footage emerged of him appearing to be beaten.

Luke Rhoden Credit: MEN Syndication

Luke Rhoden died of a heart attack after being restrained by police.

Officers say they acted for his own safety, but a doctor claims police brutality may have contributed to his death.

Full report: Appeal for those who filmed Luke Rhoden to come forward

Mobile phone footage has emerged appearing to show a holidaymaker from Wigan being restrained by police shortly before he died on the Spanish island of Ibiza.

Former Wigan Warriors player Luke Rhoden, who was 25, was on a stag party with friends.

Luke's dad says he believes other video footage exists of the incident - he wants those who filmed it to come forward.

A warning there are images in this report from our correspondent Amy Welch which you may find distressing:

Wane wary of Wigan slip-ups

Wigan Warriors Head Coach Shaun Wane has warned his players against complacency in the Super League run-in.

The Warriors face Hull KR who sit ninth in the league tonight.

The Wigan boss says his team cannot afford a repeat of their surprise defeats to Bradford and Wakefield this season.

Wigan currently sit second in Super League, and they've been training with Mixed Martial arts fighter Martin Stapleton as they look to catch leaders St Helens.

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