RL Today: Nathan Peats to Toulouse & Harvey Livett linked with Huddersfield

Josh McAllister
Nathan Peats Toulouse

Toulouse set to sign former NRL hooker

Toulouse are set to sign former NRL, Leigh and Huddersfield hooker Nathan Peats. (Examiner Live)

The 31-year-old is close to becoming their latest signing following the additions of Corey Norman and Daniel Alvaro. He recently returned to Australia following the end of the French Elite Championship season, but is expected to return to help Toulouse fight for their survival in Super League.

Harvey Livett linked with Huddersfield

Harvey Livett has been linked with a move to Huddersfield for the 2023 season. (Examiner Live)

The 25-year-old is off-contract at the end of the season and looks to reunite with former Red Devils head coach Ian Watson.

Salford boss Paul Rowley has also reportedly rejected two enquires for Kallum Watkins from the Giants.

Kirk Yeaman back on the field

Former Hull centre Kirk Yeaman will return to the field for the National Prison Service Rugby League. 

Yeaman, 38, made more than 350 appearances for Hull and also won eight caps for England and three for Great Britain.

Lee Briers on Challenge Cup with Wigan

Wigan assistant coach Lee Briers has previewed the Challenge Cup final with Huddersfield on Saturday. (Wigan Today)

He told Wigan Today: “Huddersfield are a fantastic side, the work Ian Watson has done to get his own team and reach a final is exceptional. What an event it will be at Tottenham, I can’t wait, it’ll be a special week.

Warrington sign Kyle Amor

St Helens prop Kyle Amor has joined Warrington on loan for the rest of the season. The 34-year-old has been limited to just four appearances so far this season for Saints.

Andrew Henderson staying put

Andrew Henderson is not in the running to become the new head coach of Widnes, Bradford or London Broncos, Love Rugby League understands.

The 42-year-old is currently the head of rugby at promotion-chasing League 1 club Keighley. He has also got a number of roles doing punditry in the media.


Former Wigan, Leeds, St Helens, New Zealand and Cook Islands utility Kevin Iro turns 54 today (May 25).

Also celebrating; Former Super League, England and Great Britain centre Martin Gleeson (42), former NRL and Super League back-rower Phil Bailey (42), ex-NRL winger Matt Utai (41) and former Brisbane Broncos centre Justin Hodges (40).


Wigan have won the Challenge Cup 19 times. Huddersfield are in their first final since 2009, having won the title six times.