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Rhinos announce Hurrell signing

Rhinos announce Hurrell signing

By Matty Ramage Leeds Rhinos have stunned many by announcing the signing of Tonga star Konrad Hurrell. Hurrell was previously at NRL club Gold Coast Titans but has secured a move to Super League due to the desire for a long term contract. Hurrell joins fellow Tongan Tui Lolohea, who signed for Leeds in July, and there is a sense […]

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Super League players showing potential to be coaches of the future

Super League players showing potential to be coaches of the future

By Sam Taylor A new generation of rugby coaches is emerging as senior players start thinking of life after calling time on their professional careers. Kieron Cunningham, Chris Chester and Brian McDermott are just a few examples of coaches who have played at the top level. The new crop is showing great potential. Hull FC prop Scott Taylor is currently […]

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Wakefield Trinity face uncertain future with stadium exit looming

Wakefield Trinity face uncertain future with stadium exit looming

By Jake Ashby Wakefield Trinity have given their notice of exit to leave historic ground Belle Vue at the end of the season, following stalls in onsite developments. Belle Vue has been Trinity’s home since the Super League began in 1985, however it is unable to meet ‘minimum ground standards’ which will be implemented by the Rugby League’s top tier next season. […]

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Leeds Rhinos prepare to face Huddersfield Giants in Yorkshire derby

Leeds Rhinos prepare to face Huddersfield Giants in Yorkshire derby

By Cameron Hogwood The John Smith’s Stadium will play stage to a highly-anticipated Super League meeting between the Huddersfield Giants and the Leeds Rhinos in what promises to be a fiery Yorkshire derby. Leeds will be boosted by the return of back rower Jamie Jones-Buchanan following his three-match spell out of action. The Rhinos currently sit in fourth place in […]

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Wakefield Trinity’s late comeback secures victory against Centurions

Wakefield Trinity’s late comeback secures victory against Centurions

By Jake Ashby A dominant second half performance from Wakefield Trinity sparked a fantastic comeback over Leigh Centurions in the Super League. The victory banished the memories of the 38-14 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Leeds Rhinos in the last round. It was an impressive first half for Leigh who went in at the interval with a 24-12 lead. However, Chris Chester’s men […]

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Castleford Tigers are waging a war on Super League stereotypes

Castleford Tigers are waging a war on Super League stereotypes

By Billy Wilkinson Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell is on a mission to play entertaining rugby. Since taking over in 2013, Powell has changed the club. In his first season, he led the Tigers to their highest league position since Super League began, an appearance at Wembley, and was recognised with Coach of the Year honours. Powell hasn’t just revitalised […]

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Leeds Rhinos star swaps strip for cap and gown

Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield

  By Mike Berriman Leeds Rhinos’ star Kevin Sinfield will graduate from Leeds Beckett University later today with a Masters degree in Sports Business. The Rhinos captain has spent the last three years juggling his rugby league career with his studies.

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Relegation for Bradford Bulls

Relegation for Bradford Bulls

The Bradford Bulls have been relegated from the Super League for the first time in forty years. The team went down to the Championship after they were defeated 26-56 away to the Huddersfield Giants, losing them their long lived position. Paul Anderson, head coach of the Giants and a former Bulls player had words of reassurance for the club his side condemned. He said: “One thing […]

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