Rugby League News: the future of the duo Cas, the main man wants the NRL, the men of Hull FC in the future, the major changes of the referee and the RFL legal battle?


Rugby League News – keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league.

Here are some of the stories that have made the headlines of the past 24 hours.

Ex-Wiganer in the role of coach

An ex-Wiganer has taken on a new coaching role in his homeland. He played almost 50 games for the Warriors and spent some time with another Super League team. Read more here.

Cook’s interest

Serious About Rugby League has revealed that former Castleford Tigers mainstay Matt Cook sparked interest from other clubs while he was in the jungle.

Sky Sports Experts

Serious About Rugby League wrote an article on five experts Sky Sports should use more in their programming.

Repatriated from a heart attack

A rugby league player who suffered a heart attack on his way home from a game has taken on a new coaching role. Read more here.

The ex-Wiganer takes on a new role

Another former Wigan Warriors star has also returned to the rugby league – the former NRL star lost two big finals to Wigan. Read more here.

Moimoi extends

Fuifui Moimoi has signed a new agreement which marks his 41st birthday. He made his debut in 2004 with the Parramatta Eels in the NRL. Learn more about his signature here.

Fifita affected

David Fifita revealed to BBC Radio Leeds that he was badly affected by the uncertainty of Wakefield Trinity. Learn more about what the “Big Bopper” said here.

Tomkins update

Sam Tomkins provided an update ahead of the 2022 Super League season. The full-back won the Man of Steel in 2021 and was awarded England honors by Shaun Wane. Learn more about the update here.

The worst tackle

Serious About Rugby League has revealed what they have dubbed the “worst tackle ever” on a rugby union pitch. The images will shock you!

The man in the wire wants NRL

New Warrington Wolves signing Billy Magoulias has told the World Wide of Sports he wants to use his Super League move as a springboard for an NRL comeback.

Leigh dedications

Leigh Centurions is ready for more big name signings, according to Chris Chester – Leigh’s rugby manager – as he spoke with Leigh Centurions TV. Learn more about the new hires and his take on the signings made so far here.

Parting line peat

Former Leigh Centurions and Huddersfield Giants hooker Nathan Peats landed a tee shot for the Super League after joining his new French side. Read more here.

Heaviest home visits revealed

Serious About Rugby League has revealed the heaviest home attendance for each Super League team ahead of the 2022 Super League season.

The LNR club refuses to pay

An NRL club refused to pay for a Super League goal after details of his contract came to light as he is still under police investigation. Read more here.


Serious About Rugby League wrote an article on six of the greatest U-turns in Super League history, which includes big names like Rangi Chase and Chris Sandow.

RFL legal battle?

The RFL could be engaged in a legal battle after details of World Rugby’s new governing body, the Rugby Football League (!), Were created to organize a new seven-a-side franchise in North America. Read more here.

Widdop Message

Gareth Widdop sent a message as he prepares for Christmas in Australia with his family. The English halfback has had a superb 2021 Super League season and has been nominated for the Man of Steel. Read the post here.

Hicks major changes

Robert Hicks told League Express of the RFL’s desire to make major changes in the way young referees are treated in community play and at the local level following an increase in abuse.

Better position changes

Serious About Rugby League has revealed the five best position changes in Super League history.

role of Hohaïa

Former St Helens half-back / fullback Lance Hohaia is back in the rugby league to take on a surprising new role. The ex-Saints were perhaps most famous for passing out during the 2014 Super League Grand Fina. Read more here.

Back of a bitch?

A former Leeds Rhinos hooker has teased a shock return to the rugby league after a long period of stoppage after being banned. Read more here.

Watts on bans

Liam Watts criticized the RFL’s handing-over of bans in the Trot the egg in Podcast. The Castleford Tigers forward has reunited with former Hull FC boss Lee Radford at Castleford.

The future of Hull FC

The Hull Daily Mail gave the latest news on a number of Hull FC stars who will be stepping down at the end of 2022, including Josh Reynolds and Jamie Shaul.

Hodgson rejected

Josh Hodgson has been dismissed for a new role after being linked with a withdrawal from the Canberra Raiders for most of the offseason, the The telegraph of the day reported. The English hooker was linked with the Wests Tigers. Learn more about rejection here.

The biggest crowds in history

The biggest crowds in rugby league history have been revealed by Fox sports. There are shocks in there with Australian games being replaced by UK games. Read more here.

Powell on Peet

League Express has revealed what Wigan Warriors hooker Sam Powell has to say about new head coach Matty Peet.

Richardson and Trueman Links

Danny Richardson spoke about the Trot the egg in podcast on his future and that of Jake Trueman having been linked to withdrawals from the club. The former Man of the Saints dismissed all claims on behalf of both.

Future odsal

League Express gave the latest news on Odsal Stadium. Bradford Bulls returned to Odsal in May, signing an 18-month rental agreement with the Rugby Football League.


Hull Live wrote an article about Luke Gale’s physical condition following his arrival at Hull FC with a knee injury. The half-back joined the Black & White during the Leeds Rhinos’ offseason.


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