The former Great Britain winger Gareth Raynor faces going to prison over an ink cartridge fraud.
Raynor, 31, admitted 14 counts of fraud and counterfeiting at Hull Crown Court but is yet to be sentenced. The court heard that Raynor had imported low-quality computer ink, repackaged it and sold it as "name" brands. Raynor, who won six caps, is now with the Crusaders, having been released by Hull in the winter with a year left on his contract.
Shaun Ainscough, recalled from his loan at Castleford, goes straight into Wigan's squad to face Harlequins tonight. The winger has been brought back because of injuries to Amos Roberts and Darrell Goulding. He could be in direct opposition to Kevin Penny, on loan to Quins from Warrington.
Hull are set to give Paul McShane, the young hooker on loan from Leeds, his first appearance against Wakefield tonight.Reuse content