The 2013 Rugby League World Cup has been officially launched after the RFL hosted a ‘kick-off’ event at Manchester’s new MediaCityUK development on Tuesday November 30.
The RFL last night reached agreement in principle for Ian Roberts and Geoff Moss to resume ownership of Crusaders allowing them now to proceed with an agreement to purchase the club from the administrator.
South Wales Scorpions have appointed Welsh international and fluent Welsh speaker Aled James as their new head coach.
Featherstone coach Daryl Powell is unfazed by the tough start handed to his troops next season.
Championship side Widnes have completed the loan signing of prop Gareth Frodsham from St Helens.
After four years in the wilderness, Hunslet Warriors have returned to the National Conference League with a vengeance and are yet to be beaten.
Sydney recruit Anthony Watts will miss up to six months with a knee injury, the Roosters have revealed.
He might only be just 18 years of age, but promising Wests halfback Jacob Miller has his sights firmly on a first grade spot for the Tigers.
Dane Carlaw has opted to rejoin Brisbane, after successfully gaining a release from Catalans Dragons.
North Queensland have added prodigiously talented Michael Morgan to their squad, after the youngster opted to sign a three year deal.