A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…
What’s on site
What’s in the papers
Mitch Clark leaves Wigan as frustrating spell comes to an early end. (Manchester Evening News)
Kristian Woolf hails Kevin Naiqama and Lachlan Coote’s Saints input. (St Helens Star)
Lee Briers on going from villain to Wigan hero! (Wigan Today)
Castleford’s Jordan Turner excited by long-awaited Jamaica debut. (The Yorkshire Post)
What’s on social
It seems as though Ata Hingano is leaving Salford but could be set to stay in England.
Thank you @SalfordDevils for bringing us to the UK this year. Unfortunately Atas contract has come to an end. We look forward to 2022 at a new club hopefully in the UK as we both love it here ✌🏽 #godstiming pic.twitter.com/jFpfmJuh6D
— Sade Rihari (@sade_rihari) October 13, 2021
Harrison Hansen will play in Super League again next season!
🔗 𝑹𝑬𝑺𝑰𝑮𝑵𝑨𝑻𝑼𝑹𝑬 ✍
— Toulouse Olympique XIII (@TOXIII) October 13, 2021
What a way to announce a signing, if we do say so ourselves!
— Barrow Raiders (@BarrowRaiders) October 13, 2021
What’s on TV/Radio
Former Wigan forward Ian Gildart, the dad of Oliver, turns 52 today (October 14).
Also celebrating; ex-Bradford forward Simon Knox (49), former Widnes utility Julian O’Neill (49), ex-St Helens forward Jason Hooper (44) and Salford winger Joe Burgess (27).
York’s new signing Sam Davis is the brother of Warrington forward Matt.