Danny Addy of Bradford and team-mates celebrate his try during the Super League match between Bradford Bulls and Huddersfield Giants

Super League 2014: Bradford Bulls launch appeal into six-point deduction for administration

The Bulls have been given the go-ahead from the RFL to contest the deduction after going into administration seven weeks ago

Brett Hodgson has joined the Widnes Vikings as an assistant coach to Daniel Betts

Super League 2014: Widnes appoint former Man of Steel Brett Hodgson as an assistant coach to Denis Betts

Hodgson has been working on a freelance coaching consultancy and has helped the Vikings to five wins from their opening six matches

Jamie Peacock will make his 500th Super League appearance on Friday when he plays for Leeds Rhinos against Wakefield

Leeds Rhinos to honour Jamie Peacock's 500th Super League appearance on Friday with 'JP Day'

Peacock made his debut back in 1999 for Bradford against Wakefield and will take on the same opposition when he runs out for the Rhinos at Headingley

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Hull FC 36 Salford Red Devils 37: Marwan Koukash gets his wish as Salford send Hull out of the Challenge Cup in extra-time thriller

Salford gained revenge for their 30-8 Super League defeat last week with a golden-point extra-time victory thanks to Rangi Chase's match-winning drop-goal

Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson was left fuming that his side let a lead slip in the 33-14 defeat to Warrington Wolves

Huddersfield Giants 14 Warrington Wolves 33: Tony Smith backs former club to turn around misfortunes

Smith's Warrington side battled back to comfortably defeat last season's table toppers as they dropped into the bottom half of the Super League

‘We were masters of our own downfall,’ said Paul Anderson

Bulls fall just short after giving Widnes a late fright

Stand-off Kevin Brown crossed for a first-half double as Widnes strengthened their hold on fourth place in Super League with a 22-18 win over plucky Bradford yesterday.

Danny McGuire’s try gave Leeds the early advantage at Langtree Park but they were pegged back by St Helens

St Helens 14 Leeds 10 match report: Tom Makinson double seals dramatic Saints’ triumph

Tom Makinson scored two tries in the last 16 minutes to help leaders St Helens snatch a thrilling victory over Leeds and maintain their 100 per cent record in the Super League.

Revived Bradford Bulls’ priority is to avoid relegation

Bradford will “leave no stone unturned” in their efforts to avoid relegation from Super League, according to the club’s new managing director Steve Ferres.

Bulls fans can look to the future as the club found a new owner after two years of uncertainty

Super League: Bradford Bulls set to recruit after Marc Green deal

Francis Cummins, the Bradford coach, was busy drawing up a shopping list on Wednesday after the Bulls finally found a new owner. Local businessman Marc Green finalised a deal to buy the Super League club from the administrators and, after being approved by the Rugby Football League, outlined his plans to turn around their fortunes.

Sia Soliola scores St Helens’ second try at Wakefield

Wakefield 16 St Helens 24 match report: Brown delight as Saints maintain pace at the top

The St Helens coach, Nathan Brown, was delighted as his weakened side came from 12 points down on Sunday to maintain their 100 per cent record in Super League.

Wigan Warriors Blake Green (right) celebrates scoring during the First Utility Super League match at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington

Warrington 4 Wigan 12: Shaun Wane hails 'big win' as Warriors defeat Wolves in Grand Final repeat

The reigning Super League champions took the spoils once again thanks to tries from Liam Farrell and Blake Green

Wigan Warriors Blake Green (right) celebrates scoring during the First Utility Super League match at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington

Warrington 4 Wigan 12 match report: Liam Farrell foils Wolves as Wigan show their strength

Super League champions Wigan rediscovered their defensive steel to condemn error-ridden Warrington to a second home defeat in three matches in tonight's Grand Final rematch.

Richie Myler admits that the memory of last season's Super League Grand Final defeat will remain with him forever

Super League 2014: Richie Myler admits Grand Final heartache is driving on Warrington ahead of visit of reigning champions Wigan

Warriors defeated the Wolves in last season's Old Trafford showpiece and Myler reveals that the memory of defeat is unlikely to ever leave him

Ben Jones-Bishop scored two tries as Leeds beat Widnes

Salford Red Devils 12 Warrington Wolves 28 match report: Ambitious Salford shocked by Wolves’ fast start

Warrington got their third Super League win in a row to inflict more pain on Salford.

Matt Butler: High-octane, easy to follow rugby league still needs a good man-hug

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