There is a mouthwatering tie to look forward to in the Challenge Cup today as Hull FC face Castleford in the quarter finals.Read the full story ›
The back will join Wests Tigers at the end of the Super League season on a two-year-dealRead the full story ›
Bunting made his name at Hull FC, guiding the club to just about every trophy and major final between 1978 and 1985.Read the full story ›
Former Great Britain International Leon Pryce has announced his retirement from rugby league at the age of 35.Read the full story ›
Half-back Albert Kelly has signed a one-year contraction extension which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2018 season.Read the full story ›
The black and whites have announced that Albert Kelly has been allowed to return home to Australia on compassionate leave.Read the full story ›
Scrum half Marc Sneyd will remain at Hull FC until the end of 2019 after the club took up the option of a two-year extension to his current deal.
Sneyd, who joined the Airlie Birds in 2015, has been an integral part of Lee Radford’s side and was man of the match in Hull’s 2016 Challenge Cup final triumph over Warrington Wolves.
The former Salford Red Devils and Castleford Tigers man also bagged the Hull FC Player of the Year award and won the Super League Top Gun accolade for the kicker with the highest conversion rate.
He surpassed 200 goals in FC colours at the end of 2016 was name Super League Player of the Month for June last season, too.
The 25-year-old playmaker has been one of the shining lights in a difficult couple of seasons for Hull KR.Read the full story ›
Hull FC vice-captain Danny Houghton has been named the Super League Man of Steel for 2016.
Hull FC have won the Club of the Year award and Lee Radford has been named Coach of the Year at tonight's Man of Steel Awards.
The Airlie Birds won the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup and only just missed out on a place in the Grand Final after defeat to Wigan Warriors.