RL Today: Agar wants Prior stay, Leigh coaching candidates & Manfredi on his future

Matt Prior in action for Leeds

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…

What’s on site

John Duffy and Garreth Carvell depart Leigh.

“I am gutted that my time is up” – John Duffy on Leigh departure.

Six potential candidates to be next Leigh coach.

“The place was bouncing the whole day” – Barrow celebrate return of fans.

Warrington suffer Jason Clark injury blow.

What’s in the papers

Wigan’s Dom Manfredi “not worrying” about future, reports Wigan Today.

Salford snap up free agent Gary Wheeler after receiving brutal Kallum Watkins injury blow, reports Manchester Evening News.

Richard Agar makes feelings clear on Matt Prior’s Leeds future, reports Leeds Live.

Castleford coach Daryl Powell hopeful of having at least seven players back for Challenge Cup semi-final clash with Warrington, reports The Yorkshire Post.

Kristian Woolf wary of what Hull did to Wigan, reports St Helens Star.

What’s on social

Our latest #WallpaperWednesdays feature!

St Helens star Jonny Lomax is at the top of the Steve Prescott Man of Steel leaderboard.

This page is pretty cool.

What’s on TV/Radio

LIVE NRL: St George Illawarra Dragons v Brisbane Broncos (10:55am) – Watch NRL

Sky Sports’ Golden Point podcast is available to download now.

The latest Forty20 LIVE podcast is out now.

The latest 5 Live Rugby League Podcast is out now, hosted by Dave Woods.

Birthdays

Former Canterbury Bulldogs coach Dean Pay turns 52 today.

Also celebrating; former Scotland international Mick Nanyn (39), Italy international Christophe Calegari (37), Keighley hooker Kyle Kesik (32), ex-Scotland international Gareth Moore (32) and Widnes captain Jack Owens (27).

Trivia

Tommy Makinson needs one appearance to reach 250 for St Helens and he needs two tries to reach 150 for his career.


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