Rugby League News – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league.
It has been a busy 24 hours with major stories breaking from Super League and the NRL.
Here is a round up of everything that has happened…
Leeds Rhinos suffered greatly in their win over Hull KR despite grabbing a victory especially with Harry Newman prognosis. Read more here.
Two of their stars also had to go to hospital in what was a costly day. Read more here.
New Hull signing ‘unsure’ of move
A new Hull FC signing has admitted that he is ‘unsure’ about the move to the MKM Stadium.
Hull have been busy in the transfer market recently as Brett Hodgson tinkers with his squad. Read more here.
Dwyer’s new club
Leeds Rhinos’ Brad Dwyer will be moving to Hull FC, according to Leeds Live.
Dwyer’s future has been up in the air ever since it was announced he would not be staying at Leeds in 2023.
Peet and Poching
The post-match press comments of Willie Poching and Matt Peet from Wigan’s win over Wakefield yesterday were heavily contrasted.
Peet revealed why his side lost, addressing a number of combinations as well as having his say on his side’s yellow card. Read more here. Meanwhile, Poching waxed lyrical about his side and commented on relegation. Read more here.
Agar turned down offer
Ex-Leeds Rhinos head coach Richard Agar has revealed on BBC Radio Leeds that he turned down an incredible coaching offer earlier this year.
Agar will now link up with the New Zealand Warriors. Read more here.
Hull Want Longstaff
Hull FC want to sign Warrington Wolves forward Ellis Longstaff permanently.
That’s according to the League Express with head coach Brett Hodgson stating:
Bradford set for Leeds signing and Leigh’s spend in 2021
Bradford Bulls could be set for a short-term emergency deal from the Leeds Rhinos with the halfback expected to be Jack Sinfield, according to The Full Eighty Minutes podcast. The Bulls have been suffering in recent weeks with injury and suspensions. Read more here.
That podcast also revealed just how much the Leigh Centurions are spending in 2021 with the amount eye-watering. Read more here.
Surprise club in for Hastings
A surprise club could be set to bid for former Wigan Warriors and Salford Red Devils star Jackson Hastings, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The halfback is currently out injured with a broken ankle but has enjoyed a great season upon his return to the NRL. Read more here.
Beaumont predicts GF success
Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont has predicted, on the Dockhouse Rugby Showthat the club will win the Super League Grand Final by 2025.
Beaumont is determined to reach the top flight in 2022. Read more here.
Pryce’s club for 2023
Huddersfield Giants’ Will Pryce will be at this club for 2023, but it is not the Newcastle Knights.
Pryce’s move to the NRL has been well documented, but there are twists and turns in there. Read more here.
O’Neill’s ground appearance
Former Castleford Tigers forward Jacques O’Neill made a Super League ground appearance over the weekend. Could this spell have a potential return to rugby league? Read more here.
O’Neill has, however, been part of a controversial incident that has forced him to issue a huge apology. Read more here.
French future reportedly confirmed
Wigan Warriors star Bevan French’s future has been reportedly confirmed by a journalist.
If so, it would be a monumental move. Read more here.
Connor’s club for 2023
Hull FC’s Jake Connor’s club for 2023 is locked in which may surprise a few people given speculation earlier in the year.
Connor has become one of Hull’s most talented players in Super League. Read more here.
Dufty eye gouge
Warrington Wolves star Matt Dufty has been the potential victim of an eye gouge. Warrington took on Toulouse Olympique on Thursday night, with Dufty enjoying a superb game. Read more here.
Another player, however, was put on report for ‘inappropriate contact’. Read more here.
Ex-Wigan man returns to SL
A former Wigan man has returned to Super League in what many people have described as a shock deal.
It could turn this Super League club from potential challengers to title winners. Read more here.
Challenge Cup move
The Challenge Cup in 2023 will be moving date after it was confirmed over the weekend.
The final took place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2022 with Wembley unavailable. Read more here.