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Round-up: Ratchford runs riot with four tries to give struggling Bradford on-field concerns

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Warrington 33 Huddersfield 6

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Bradford 46 Castleford 32

Martin Gleeson (right) tested positive for the banned steroid, MHA, in 2011

Disillusioned Gleeson wants union switch after drug ban

Martin Gleeson is looking to switch codes on his return from an 18-month drug ban later this year.

The sporting week ahead (22/04/12)

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Leeds Rhinos desperate for Challenge Cup success

Richard Mathers has some wonderful memories of Leeds' Challenge Cup final exploits but he will be doing his best to deny his old club a third consecutive trip to Wembley when he returns to Headingley with Wakefield for tomorrow's fourth-round tie.

Rampant Giants end Hull's winning sequence

Huddersfield stayed top of the Super League after a full Easter Monday programme, beating Hull 22-4 at the Galpharm Stadium. The Giants scored three tries in the last 20 minutes of a hard-fought match, through Eorl Crabtree, Luke Robinson and Joe Wardle, to end Hull's winning run at six matches. Danny Brough kicked five goals for Huddersfield and Danny Tickle kicked two for Hull.

Chris Riley scored two first-half tries for Warrington

Riley's tries help hungry Wolves pull down Giants

Huddersfield Giants 22 Warrington Wolves 32

Match-winner: Richard Owen scored two tries and set up another

Salford frozen out by Owen

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Team captains (left to right) Adrian Morley, of Warrington, Sean O’Loughlin, of Wigan, andLeeds’ Kevin Sinfield at the Super League launch at Old Trafford

Get set for terrific tries, trucks and plastic pitches...

Rules to assist spectacular scores, a new sponsor and synthetic turf are part of a Super League revolution

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Veteran Thomas to join Wigan

Gareth Thomas is set to become a shock first signing for next season by the Challenge Cup winners, Wigan. The former Wales rugby union captain, the second-oldest player in Super League at 37, has been left without a contract by Crusaders dropping out of the competition.

Hungry Yorkshireman proves he has appetite to make it nine from nine

The big question in Tim Bresnan's early career was whether he had the hunger to reach the top. The penny has dropped, as his physique shows

Dave Hadfield: Castleford got what they deserved over Rangi Chase

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