Jake Trueman linked with Hull
Castleford half-back Jake Trueman has been linked with a move to Hull for the 2023 season. (Hull Daily Mail)
The 23-year-old is without a contract for next season, and has been linked with a move to Super League rivals Hull. He has featured in all 11 of the club’s Super League games this season, registering five tries and assisting 10 more.
Rugby league transfers
There were plenty of transfers on Monday evening in rugby league.
Salford Red Devils confirmed the signing of former Leeds youngster Tyler Dupree on a deal until the end of 2023.
Wakefield confirmed the signing of forward Rob Butler from Warrington on a deal until the end of the 2023 season.
Castleford winger Sosaia Feki has joined Featherstone on a two-week loan deal.
Ian Watson reacts to player absence from England Knights squad
Huddersfield head coach Ian Watson believes several more of his players should have been picked for England Knights by Paul Anderson. (Examiner Live)
Giants pair Matty English and Will Pryce were named in the 27-man squad last week. However, he believes more should have been selected from his team, including Oliver Russell.
Hull KR confirm Willie Peters as new head coach from 2023
Hull KR have confirmed the appointment of Willie Peters as the club’s new head coach from 2023 on a three-year deal.
He will take over from Tony Smith, who announced that he will leave the club at the end of the current season.
How Jackson Hastings’ England hopes could be threatened by State of Origin
Jackson Hastings has left the door open to England – but his World Cup chances could be scuppered if called upon by State of Origin beforehand.
The 26-year-old was born and raised in Australia but qualifies to play for England via his English grandmother.
Once unwanted in the NRL, now Tiger Jackson Hastings is spoiled for choice.
— 9News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) May 9, 2022
England’s number #1?
We had plenty of interactions from this question on social media!
🏴 Who would be your England full-back for the World Cup? #rugbyleague
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) May 9, 2022
Former Leeds, Sydney Roosters, Warrington, Salford, Great Britain and England forward Adrian Morley turns 45 today (May 10)
Also celebrating; Former New Zealand international Michael Smith (45), ex-playmaker Dominic Brambani (37), ex-Super League back-rower Frankie Mariano (35), 12-time Australia international Josh Duggan (32) and England and Catalans forward Mike McMeeken (28).
Huddersfield’s Jermaine McGillvary needs one try to draw level with Ryan Atkins in joint sixth place in the list of Super League’s all-time leaders.