Danny Jones was in the Wales squad for the 2013 World Cup

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He was treated by the match doctor and paramedics at the ground in north London before being taken to the Royal Free Hospital

Joel Monaghan, the Warrington captain, got his side’s second try from a Ben Harrison assist

Warrington overshadow Sinfield's landmark occasion

Rugby League

Ben Flower returns to action for Wigan Warriors last night after a six-month ban for punching Lance Hohaia in the Grand Final

Leigh united for the Cup

The Lancashire town’s pro and amateur rugby league teams never got on but they do now, writes Dave Hadfield ahead of a unique fifth-round weekend

Sinfield lifted the Challenge Cup last season as Leeds Rhinos won the final for the first time in 15 years

Kevin Sinfield to leave Leeds Rhinos: Former England captain to switch codes and join rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie

Sinfield has agreed an 18-month deal with the rugby union side before retiring from the game

Keiron Cunningham lost his first Super League game as St Helens coach last night

St Helens' 100 per cent start ended by Kelly’s epic double

Cunningham loses his first Super League game as St Helens coach

Brian McDermott’s side have won on each of their last three trips to the Stade Gilbert Brutus

Leeds get off to a flying start for trip to Catalans

Rugby League

Martin Gleeson scores for Wigan in the 2010 Grand Final, the year before his 18-month ban for a positive drug test

Ian Herbert: The most vulnerable lads are the likeliest victims of rugby's drug culture

COMMENT: The physique of a player now, compared with when the sport turned pro, is extraordinary

Joe Burgess

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Extra referees were trialed 2015 Charity Shield between South Sydney Rabbitohs and St George Illawarra Dragons

NRL referees to stop wearing pink shirts because their authority is being undermined

Officials will change their shirts to either red or blue but risk alienating different groups

Sky Sports presenter Eddie Hemmings

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Joel Reddy, left, and Luke Keary celebrate after the former scored a try for South Sydney Rabbitohs

St Helens 0 South Sydney Rabbitohs 39 match report: Saints’ big night wrecked by record World Club Challenge defeat to Souths

A diplomatic George Burgess, voted man of the match on the night, praised Saints for their effort, but in reality we were looking at two different worlds

St Helens coach Keiron Cunningham wary of receiving Greg Inglis lesson

The South Sydney, Queensland and Australia full-back is a key threat, according to Cunningham

George burgess (left) of South Sydney Rabbitohs

World Club Series: Saints fired up to finish top of growing World

Annual contest between England and Australia now involves six clubs, with St Helens versus South Sydney the showpiece.  But could it expand still further, asks Dave Hadfield

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Castleford vs Catalan Dragons: Ben Roberts brings Samoan steel to Castleford's cause

Roberts missed the opening match of the season with a minor injury

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