Josh Charnley open to mid-season move
Josh Charnley could leave Warrington before the end of the season. (Examiner Live)
Head coach Daryl Powell previously revealed to Love Rugby League that the winger will not be offered a new contract at the Halliwell Jones Stadium for 2023.
Leeds land France international for 2023
The Rhinos have signed Toulouse prop Justin Sangare for the 2023 season. (Leeds Live)
He will be the club’s first new recruit for next season and the first signing under head coach Rohan Smith. The 24-year-old has won four caps for France and also featured at the World Cup Nines Down Under in 2019.
Warrington forward heading to Leigh
Leigh have signed Matt Davis from Warrington for 2023. (Examiner Live)
He is off-contract at the end of the current season, having joined the club from London Broncos in 2019. He has made 39 Super League appearances for the club, scoring four tries.
Rugby league museum latest
There has still been no movement on plans for a National Rugby League museum after Kirklees Council backtracked on plans to host it at the George Hotel in Huddersfield.
A local business-led organisation in the town is now urging the Council to move forward or risk losing the museum altogether.
Joe Lovodua hopeful of landing new Hull deal
Joe Lovodua is hoping to hear back from his club in Hull soon about a new deal. (Hull Daily Mail)
The Fijian international made the move to Super League on an initial one-year deal ahead of the 2022 season. He has impressed so far in his time at the MKM Stadium.
Jake Wardle on England call-up
Huddersfield’s Jake Wardle has discussed his somewhat-surprising call-up for England against the All Stars. (Yorkshire Post)
“It’s something I’m really proud about,” Wardle told The Yorkshire Post ahead of his debut
“I can’t wait to play on Saturday and rip in with the boys. I want to make my family proud. It’s going to be massive. It means the world to me.
Former Scotland international and the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast, Andrew Henderson turns 43 today (June 17).
Also celebrating; Former player and coach Geoff Toovey (53), ex-London Broncos boss and Jamaica coach Jermaine Coleman (40), five-time Cook Islands international Keith Lulia (35), Australia international winger Josh Mansour (32), forward James Greenwood (31), New South Wales winger Daniel Tupou (31), Wigan centre Jake Bibby (26) and Cronulla Sharks half-back Connor Tracey (26).
Andrew McCullough became only the 44th player to reach 300 career games in the NRL on Thursday.