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Former Leeds Rhino star Smith hoping to bring good times back for Bradford Bulls

IT IS fair to say ex-England winger Lee Smith never envisaged by the age of 31 he would be training two nights per week or be captain of Bradford Bulls.

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Disgraced England star Zak Hardaker in action for Castleford Tigers. (Picture: Bruce Rollinson)

Castleford Tigers open dialogue with Hardaker as disgraced England star awaits cocaine judgement

CASTLEFORD TIGERS head coach Daryl Powell has revealed he is in talks with Zak Hardaker over whether the disgraced full-back still has a future with the League Leaders’ Shield winners.

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ASSURED: Jack Walker releases the ball as Luke Gale challenges in this year's Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Jack Walker set on making himself a regular for Leeds Rhinos

TEENAGE prodigy Jack Walker wants to cement himself a place with Leeds Rhinos in 2018 – and knows Ashton Golding will challenge him all the way.

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Cory Aston, in action for Leeds Rhinos.

Cory Aston out to make a big impact after joining Castleford Tigers

HALF-BACK Cory Aston is looking to make a big impression on Super League in 2018 after completing his move to Castleford Tigers from Super League champions Leeds Rhinos.

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Tom Briscoe.

‘My best is yet to come’ says Leeds Rhinos’ Tom Briscoe

TOM BRISCOE believes Leeds Rhinos are still yet to see the best of him and he is now mentally stronger in readiness for 2018.

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Leeds Rhinos' 6ft 5ins forward Jack Ormondroyd is hoping to make a big impression during the close season. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Leeds Rhinos: Settled Jack Ormondroyd’s aiming to hit the ground running

SUPER LEAGUE rookie Jack Ormondroyd believes he will be better prepared for Leeds Rhinos’ next campaign in 2018.

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Leeds Rhinos' Richie Myler in a pre-season training session at Kirkstall last month. Picture: Simon Hulme

Leeds Rhinos’ Richie Myler has one eye on securing England return

AS he begins the latest chapter of his career with champions Leeds Rhinos, Richie Myler admits he has not given up hope of reclaiming the England No 7 jersey.

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Ryan Hall.

Your chance to win a signed England Rugby League World Cup shirt

WE’VE teamed up with Kingstone Press – the Official Cider of Rugby League – to offer our readers the chance to win a signed England World Cup shirt.

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Keith Galloway.

Leeds Rhinos: Galloway admits 2018 might be his last season before retiring

LEEDS RHINOS prop Keith Galloway admits he is “leaning towards” 2018 being his last season before retiring.

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Keith Galloway

Galloway says Green and Golds will prove too strong for England

HERE’S something to consider: when Leeds Rhinos’ Keith Galloway played in the 2011 Four Nations final for Australia, Cooper Cronk could only make do with a place on the bench.

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Sean O'Loughlin in training for England. Picture: Brendon Ratnayake/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ

Sinfield backs O’Loughlin to play leading role in final

England captain Sean O’Loughlin will be fit to lead his side in Saturday’s World Cup final, according to his predecessor Kevin Sinfield.

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Carl Ablett

‘They can do it’ - Leeds Rhinos’ Carl Ablett backs England to lift World Cup

LEEDS RHINOS’ Carl Ablett believes England have a real chance of ending their long wait for World Cup glory as they have still yet to peak.

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Former Bradford Bulls youngster John Bateman has been picked to play centre by England head coach Wayne Bennett, a decision which has prompted some criticism but Ryan Hall believes Bateman deserves his place (Picture: Daniel Carson/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ).

Bateman deserves his World Cup spot, says Hall

LEEDS RHINOS’ Ryan Hall has told critics to lay off centre partner John Bateman who remains a controversial pick as England try to win a maiden World Cup.

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Moment of hurt: Kevin Sinfield and his team-mates applauds the England fans after their crushing semi-final defeat to New Zealand four years ago. (Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire)

World Cup: Despair of semi-finals past can invigorate England – Ferres

THE PAIN of England’s agonising 2013 World Cup semi-final defeat still remains for Brett Ferres but the Leeds Rhinos star does not feel the current side will endure the same misery this weekend.

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Ryan Hall touches down against Papua New Guinea.

England 36 Papua New Guinea 6: England’s display contained the good, bad and ugly – Bennett

England head coach Wayne Bennett concedes his side will need to improve if they are to go all the way in the World Cup.

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Jermaine McGillvary in action against Papua New Guinea.

England 36 Papua New Guinea 6: McGillvary bags a brace as England cruise into semi-finals

Jermaine McGillvary continued his impressive World Cup to help England cruise into the semi-finals with a 36-6 win over Papua New Guinea.

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England's Kallum Watkins.

England v Papua New Guinea: Watkins dreaming of double delight in Australia

ENGLAND centre Kallum Watkins tomorrow takes the next step towards one world champion goal in Melbourne – before hopefully completing a second in the Australian city in just three months’ time.

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James Segeyaro. 
Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Second stint at Leeds Rhinos would appeal to Segeyaro ‘at end of career’

PAPUA NEW GUINEA hooker James Segeyaro, who controversially turned his back on Leeds Rhinos a year ago, has revealed he would return to the club if the chance arose, writes Peter Smith.

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Ready for action: Sam Burgess in training.
Picture: SWpix.com

RL World Cup comment: Sam Burgess can emerge as an England legend

THE IRONIC hashtag #BlameBurgess trended on social media two years ago after England’s union team embarrassingly crashed out of their own World Cup, but for a while lame Burgess threatened to be the story of the current rugby league tournament.

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Steve Pitts, project manager for Caddick Construction Ltd, and a Castleford Tigers fan, surveys work being carried out at Emerald Headingley Stadium. PIC: James Hardisty

Minimum disruption for cricket and rugby fans pledges Emerald Headingley project manager

RUGBY AND cricket fans face the prospect of watching their sport in a building site next year.

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