We’ve had a look through the latest papers.
Former Warrington half-back Tyrone Roberts is currently without a club for next year, reports Warrington Guardian.
The Australian has been released by NRL side Gold Coast Titans, according to Warrington Guardian.
Rising stars to shine
Hull FC forward Gareth Ellis says Super League’s youngsters now have every incentive, reports The Yorkshire Post.
In his column for The Yorkshire Post, Ellis wrote: “I was saying to Ben McNamara the other day about how I used to run rings around his dad (Steve) in training – and now he runs rings around me so it’s come full circle.”
Wakefield linked with former half-back
Wakefield are close to signing their former half-back Sam Williams from Canberra, reports League Express.
The 29-year-old Australian is a key target for Trinity ahead of the 2021 campaign, according to League Express.
Oledzki excited for Wembley experience
Leeds prop Mikolaj Oledzki is ready for a historic Wembley appearance after his remarkable rugby league journey, reports the Mirror.
Oledzki told the Mirror: “When I reflect back on my rugby career, I never thought I’d get to play at Headingley on a Friday night never mind at Wembley. It’s awesome, you couldn’t write it.”
Wigan forward linked with Salford
Wigan forward Jack Wells look set to be playing at Salford next season, reports Wigan Today.
The 23-year-old came through the academy at the Warriors and has made 16 first-team appearances for the club so far. He is set to join Salford for next season though, according to Wigan Today.
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