HUDDERSFIELD Giants head coach Paul Anderson maintains revenge is not on the agenda when they face Bradford Bulls tomorrow.
ON-LOAN Bradford Bulls forward Jacob Fairbank admits he does not know quite what to expect when he faces parent club Huddersfield Giants at the Etihad Stadium tomorrow.
CONTROVERSIAL former referee Steve Ganson has spoken for the first time about how he felt “aggrieved” by colleague Ashley Klein’s mistake that led to the first-ever Magic Weekend’s infamous conclusion.
It is no exaggeration when Ben Cockayne states his career could have been over if not for the intervention of Castleford Tigers’ recently-appointed head coach Daryl Powell.
HULL FC prop Andy Lynch says a repeat of the Magic Weekend disaster against Hull KR 12 months ago is “not acceptable” when the rivals reconvene in Manchester this evening.
HOW gratifying for the sport’s chiefs to see that the best-laid plans have actually come to fruition for once.
Hunslet Hawks 18 Batley Bulldogs 24: Bulldogs cling on for double over Hunslet as Potts plants late try
Batley Bulldogs withstood Hunslet’s spirited challenge and squeezed to a Championship league double over their neighbours.
Castleford Tigers chief executive Steve Gill feels he is just one “key” appointment away from completing the revamp of the club’s board necessary to start making them competitive.
IT HAS been six years since Gareth Ellis last encountered the surreal Magic Weekend experience.
The Magic Weekend holds a special place in Ryan Hall’s memories and he is looking forward to being part of the headline act at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday night.
Parramatta Eels have released prop Taulima Tautai from his contract to enable him to join Wakefield.
Huddersfield winger Jermaine McGillvary is looking for Super League redemption when they meet Bradford Bulls at Magic Weekend.
WELL, let’s be honest, who saw that coming?
LEEDS Rhinos forward Ian Kirke has agreed a new two year contract with the club.
Leeds Rhinos head coach Brian McDermott expects St Helens to come right out firing at his under-strength side this evening, writes Dave Craven.
AMID all the uncertainty, can this be the positive turning point for Hull KR’s unpredictable season?
Sheffield Eagles went on a 10-try romp as they brushed aside Barrow Raiders to reach their second Cup quarter-final in 10 days.
New Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell was proud of his side’s second-half performance despite overseeing a Super League defeat at Catalan Dragons.
Hunslet Hawks side put up a spirited display at Derwent Park until two late tries killed off their challenge.
BATLEY booked their place in the Northern Rail Cup Quarter-finals with a hard-fought win at Keighley.
A quality performance in both defence and attack saw Doncaster run in five tries and deservedly move into the next round of the Northern Rail Cup.
NORTHERN Rail Cup favourites Featherstone fell at the first hurdle after conceding three interception tries.
PRIOR to last night’s game, Hull FC coach Peter Gentle maintained that at this point of the season it was irrelevant to his side’s belief that they have yet defeated a top four Super League side.
A DOUBLE from Larne Patrick and Brett Ferres together with a tormenting first half-performance from Danny Brough ensured Huddersfield victory at Widnes for the first time since 2004.
Salford City Reds missed the chance to move off the bottom of the Super League table with their third defeat in four matches since Brian Noble took over as boss.
DONCASTER: Chief executive Carl Hall has backed the RFL’s restructuring proposal of a new two 12-team format which splits into three divisions mid-season – even though he knows his club might not initially be involved in the bold concept.
WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats head coach Richard Agar is not reading anything into Hull KR’s dismal recent form.
LINCOLN Withers is probably not the greatest player to ask about assessing Wakefield Trinity Wildcats’ strengths and weaknesses.
HE might never have had chance to play for his home-town club but Daryl Powell is certainly savouring the opportunity to now coach Castleford Tigers.
THERE is one resounding moment from Jamie Langley’s debut that the Bradford Bulls custodian will never forget.
GLENN MORRISON orchestrated Dewsbury Rams’ biggest victory of the season as the Australian’s side held off a late fightback from holders Halifax to book their place in the Northern Rail Cup quarter-finals.
IT IS clearly a time for radical change if plans for two leagues of 12, splitting into three divisions of eight halfway through the season, are anything to go by.
DEFEATING champions Leeds Rhinos twice already this season is not enough for aspiring Huddersfield Giants.
SUPER League champions Leeds Rhinos have been dealt a double injury blow after Jamie Peacock and Carl Ablett were both ruled out for up to eight weeks.
FEATHERSTONE Rovers have appointed former Leeds Rhinos head of youth development John Bastian as their new head coach for 2014.
Huddersfield’s England centre Leroy Cudjoe has been cleared to make his 50th consecutive appearance for the Giants at Widnes on Friday after avoiding suspension.
INEVITABLY, the debate about which way rugby league should turn with regards promotion and relegation has polarised opinions once more.
Lee Briers made a try-scoring comeback to help keep Tetley’s Challenge Cup holders Warrington on course for a fourth trip to Wembley in five years with a comfortable fifth-round success over a disappointing Salford.
Widnes had to dig deep to beat a spirited Workington side and progress to the quarter-finals of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup for the first time in eight years.
HULL KR head coach Craig Sandercock is hopeful his contract will be extended into 2014.
Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson believes centre Joe Wardle’s dismissal for punching in their Challenge Cup win over Leeds could prove “a career-defining moment”.
Huddersfield Giants 24 Leeds Rhinos 8: Giants striding on as home-town hero Cudjoe celebrates milestone
England star Leroy Cudjoe had double reason to celebrate after helping Huddersfield Giants deny Leeds Rhinos a fourth successive Challenge Cup final appearance.
Hull coach Peter Gentle is confident his side can secure some silverware this year after reaching the last eight of the Challenge Cup.
A SAM Tomkins hat-trick proved the crucial difference as Hull KR missed a glorious opportunity to reach the Tetley’s Challenge Cup quarter-finals.
Catalan Dragons progressed to the quarter-finals of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup with a devastating thrashing of the York City Knights.
Sheffield Eagles booked a place in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a clinical 28-12 win over of Yorkshire rivals Halifax.
Michael Witt provided the inspiration as London Broncos moved into the last eight of the Challenge Cup by beating Bradford Bulls at the Stoop.
Jonny Presley hopes lessons picked up from watching Catalan Dragons on television can help York City Knights deliver one of this weekend’s Challenge Cup upsets.
David Hodgson believes he has missed out on one of rugby league’s greatest moments – celebrating a Challenge Cup victory at Wembley.
I was born in Torquay, but when I was eight the family decided to emigrate to Australia. I came back to play over here when I was 21, I am 33 now and have only been back to Australia for one season.
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