RL Today: Kane Evans arrives, Jackson Hastings in new colours & Leigh’s latest recruit

Kane Evans in action for Fiji
Kane Evans in action for Fiji

Kane Evans arrives

Hull’s latest signing Kane Evans has arrived at his new club for pre-season training. The Fiji international has joined the Black and Whites on a two-year contract from NRL side New Zealand Warriors.

READ: Kane Evans explains why he took up new challenge in Super League

Leeds dual-reg

Leeds will continue their dual-registration partnership with Championship neighbours Featherstone next year. (Yorkshire Live)

According to the report, the Rhinos will also send players on loan to Bradford, too.

Big praise for Chris Satae

Hull forward Ligi Sao on why he is ‘proud’ of Chris Satae and what Kane Evans will bring. (Hull Daily Mail)

On Satae, Sao told Hull Daily Mail: “When you’re happy off the pitch, it plays a role on the pitch as well. I was really happy for him, it was one of the best seasons I’ve seen from him but it on the back of some hard work.”

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Brodie Croft on Salford

Brodie Croft has been full of praise for Salford coach Paul Rowley since his arrival. (The Sun)

Croft told The Sun: “Even having only been here a short time, I feel like we’re going in the right direction. I really believe in the philosophy Paul’s bringing into the organisation.”

Leigh’s latest recruit

Leigh have made a strong signing in the shape of Papua New Guinea international Nene Macdonald. The 27-year-old centre has made almost 100 NRL appearances and has played in two World Cups.

Centurions owner Derek Beaumont has also confirmed that the club are set to announce another signing on Wednesday.

Jackson Hastings in new colours

Wests Tigers’ new recruit Jackson Hastings has been pictured in his new colours! He was a pleasure to watch in Super League and hopefully he enjoy the same success back in the NRL. The former Steve Prescott Man of Steel has penned a two-year deal with Michael Maguire’s Tigers.


Tonga and St Helens prop Agnatius Paasi turns 30 today (November 30).

Also celebrating; Toulouse centre Chris Hankinson (28), France international Ugo Perez (27) and Widnes forward Olly Davies (26).


Hull KR winger Ben Crooks holds the record for fastest try scored in a Super League game. He scored just seven seconds into Hull KR’s match with Huddersfield in April 2021.

READ MORE: How Toulouse Olympique could line-up in 2022

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1 Comment

  1. please salford i would love you to move to the bury football ground. its a lovely ground and it holds 12000 fans which would be brilliant when they play the likes of St Helens, Wigan etc who bring lots of fans with them and thats where Moor lane would fail. another thing is Bury,s only down the road, about as far where they play now. please choose Burys grond, everythings there for us.

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