Sport Jamie Jones Buchanan has agreed a new three-year contract with the Leeds Rhinos

The 32-year-old England international has been a mainstay of his hometown club since his debut in 1999

Chairman Sir John Madejski (left) and manager Brian McDermott (centre) celebrate promotion

Chairman Sir John Madejski says promotion will be tackled in 'the Reading way'

Reading chairman Sir John Madejski insists the club will tackle their return to the Barclays Premier League in "the Reading way".

Brian McDermott: His Reading side suffered a hangover from Wembley defeat to Swansea

McDermott's teamwork secret to Reading's right royal ascent

Championship's form team meet Hammers tomorrow in bullish mood

Brian McDermott said: 'After a defeat all you can do is win your next game. If we keep winning it's in our hands but we've got to concentrate on the next game'

Reading back in title hunt after Blackpool flop

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Hood on hand to help champions put down Wolves' rising

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Rob Burrow has been turned into a full-time hooker by Leeds

McDermott looks for lift from Headingley factor

The Headingley factor and the defiance Leeds cultivated last season can restore British fortunes in the World Club Challenge tonight.

BEN JONES-BISHOP: A Leeds regular last season, the winger may get a chance to play against Manly

Jones-Bishop ready to step in and take world title shot at Manly

Ben Jones-Bishop is standing by to reclaim his first-team spot in the game that could make Leeds world champions.

Treble shooter: Wigan Warriors match-winner Josh Charnley touches down

Charnley's hat-trick routs Rhinos in Warriors cruise

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Super League season preview podcast

It's almost time for the talking to stop and the action to start, so come get ready for it all with the PROBIZ Tryline podcast.

Leeds Rhinos turn to youth for Wakefield clash

Leeds Rhinos fans will witness a changing of the guard on Boxing Day when the Super League champions face Wakefield in the Heatshot Festive Challenge at Headingley.

Clarkson signs new five-year deal with Leeds

Leeds loose forward Chris Clarkson has agreed a new five-year contract with the Super League champions.

Hansen charge leaves Wembley place in doubt

The Wigan forward, Harrison Hansen, is in danger of missing Wembley with a ban. The second-rower has been charged with making dangerous contact with Bradford's Andy Lynch on Friday night and any suspension will rule him out of the Challenge Cup final against Leeds. His case will be heard this afternoon. His team-mate, Andy Coley, has announced he will retire at the end of this season, making Saturday's final one of his last games for the club. The 33-year-old forward said: "Hopefully I can go out on a high. I've waited 15 years to play at Wembley."

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