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Moyes rues late Cardiff equaliser

Bulls coach McNamara quits after eight-match losing run

Steve Mcnamara has walked away from his club job at Bradford and will now concentrate full-time on coaching England. McNamara was supposed to be combining the two roles for the rest of this season, but the Bulls' dismal run of eight defeats in a row has forced a rethink on both sides.

Myler treble throws Cas to the Wolves

Warrington 54 Castleford 30

Morley's work, rest and play

Warrington's captain marvel has recharged batteries and can show Cas his class

Round Up: Hall's flash of brilliance hauls Hull into top four

Hull FC leapfrogged Leeds Rhinos to reclaim fourth place in the Super League with a 28-22 victory over Bradford Bulls at the Grattan Stadium yesterday, condemning the home side to a seventh consecutive defeat in all competitions.

Cas fined £40,000 for Thomas abuse

Castleford have been fined £40,000 for the homophobic abuse aimed at Gareth Thomas by a section of their crowd when they played Crusaders at The Jungle in March.

Shenton hat-trick inspires Castleford

Castleford 28 Bradford 22

McNamara puts faith in Widdop

Steve McNamara has named three debutants in England's team to play France tomorrow. The Melbourne full-back, Gareth Widdop, and Huddersfield's stand-off, Kevin Brown, are both in the starting line-up at Leigh, whilst Joel Tomkins, the Wigan second-rower, is on the bench.

McNamara calls Lowes into England fold

The England coach, Steve McNamara, has appointed his old Bradford team-mate, James Lowes, as his assistant. The two worked for the national side under Tony Smith in 2007, as well as playing together at Odsal. Lowes, a former Test hooker, is now assistant to Smith at Warrington, a job he will combine with his England duties, which start with the preparations for next Saturday's match against France.

Championship duo eye further Challenge Cup upsets

Barrow Raiders full-back Gary Broadbent believes the squad can hold their heads up high even if they fail to claim another Super League scalp against St. Helens on Saturday.

Gleeson returns for Wigan's next crusade

Wigan have had better news about their injured second-rower Lee Mossop but must still find a replacement for him for the match with Crusaders at Wrexham today. A shoulder operation has shown that Mossop will be out for a month, rather than the three that was originally feared.

Sherwin move 'not ideal' says Matterson

Brent Sherwin has today completed his shock move to Catalan Dragons from Castleford Tigers, much to the disappointment of his former boss Terry Matterson.

Rampant Batley end Swinton's journey

Swinton 6 Batley 58

Work underway at last on Salford stadium

Work has officially begun on Salford's new stadium, after 10 years of delays and frustration. The project took a significant stride forward yesterday with a ground-breaking ceremony at the site at Barton. The club's chairman John Wilkinson called it "a landmark occasion in the history of Salford Rugby Club."

Gareth Thomas: 'My best memory comes from Murrayfield'

The former union star plays at a familiar ground today for the Super League fraternity's annual celebration

Brown linked to Cronulla return

The Huddersfield coach, Nathan Brown, has said he could return to Australia at the end of this season. Brown is in the second year of a three-year contract, but has been strongly linked with the likely vacancy at Cronulla, currently near the foot of the National Rugby League.

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