Your top 13 stories of the week

Here’s your Saturday look at the biggest stories of the rugby league week just gone.

George Burgess could be hit with longest NRL ban in seven years – and so he was, as he was given a nine-match ban which rules him out until the finals.

Featherstone fined and fans to be segregated – after another incident of crowd trouble, fans will be segregated at the LD Nutrition Stadium starting with this weekend’s visit of Leigh.

Wakefield confirm Craig Huby departure

Paper Talk – news on the future of Jackson Hastings, financial rewards in the 1895 Cup and Tony Gigot rejecting a new Catalans deal.

Upcoming Toronto Wolfpack games won’t be televised – covers three matches, starting with this weekend’s home game against Halifax.

Off the record – the latest gossip column, including news on Patrick Ah Van’s return to Widnes, now confirmed by the club.

Oldham forward involved in car crash en route to game

Former Wigan St Patrick’s youngster set for NRL debut

Fans facing bans after St Helens crowd incident

Dream XIII – the stand out list of players who have starred for both Hull FC and Hull KR

Akauola avoids action for Smith collision as Hill lands two-match ban

Huddersfield pair could be out for the season

Featherstone head coach Ryan Carr joins Leeds as assistant

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