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Moyes rues late Cardiff equaliser

Last-gasp Sinfield earns Leeds their final chance

Castleford 8 Leeds 10

Cas sweat on Chase's dash back for Cup tie

Rangi Chase has flown back to face a court appearance in Australia, leaving his Castleford team-mates unsure whether he will be back in time to line up with them in their Challenge Cup semi-final. "We're all in the dark about it," admitted forward Ryan Hudson over Chase's prospects of facing Leeds on Sunday. "He's such a good player, but if he's not there we have got alternatives."

Castleford plan for Chase's absence

Castleford are planning on being without their player of the year for the biggest game of their season on Sunday. Rangi Chase is due in court in Australia on Thursday to answer an assault charge. Even if he succeeds in having the case adjourned, he would face a race to get back in time to face Leeds in the Challenge Cup semi-final.

Huddersfield seek revival after finally going home

Huddersfield hope that a return home today will revive their season.

Crusaders withdraw from Super League

Welsh club Crusaders have dramatically withdrawn from Super League from next year.

Dave Hadfield: Wildcats will get lost in Rhubarb Triangle if they are demoted and that can't be right

John Kear's side has won half a dozen matches and they are not bottom of Super League

Wakey set to get boot from Super League

Trinity's history will count for little today as they will lose top-flight status when clubs' fate is revealed

Castleford show guts to cut down Giants to size

Castleford 22 Huddersfield 18

Luck of draw means final is sure to come up Roses

Wembley is assured of what used to be called a Lancashire-Yorkshire final at the end of August, after local rivals were drawn together in the semi-finals of the Carnegie Challenge Cup.

Cockayne released by Rovers after police chase

Hull KR have released Ben Cockayne, who has been suspended for the last two weeks following a police chase. It was the latest in a series of incidents involving the full-back. Although he was not driving the car and does not expect to be charged, his agent and the club have agreed that it is time for a clean break.

Pryce and Fielden set for comebacks

Two former regulars in the Great Britain side are poised to make their long-awaited comebacks tomorrow night after playing a negligible amount of rugby this season. The St Helens stand-off, Leon Pryce, is named in their squad to play Catalan Dragons, the club he is widely expected to join next season.

Parish tells senior Salford players to step up and makes Ratchford a priority

Matt Parish has made the retention of Stefan Ratchford one of his first priorities as the new Salford coach.

Castleford win to tighten grip on play-off spot

Castleford 34 Bradford 30

Battered Quins keep faith in teenager Sarginson for showdown with Wigan

Dan Sarginson, whose performance last weekend was a rare shaft of light for Harlequins, retains his place for the visit of Wigan this afternoon.

Wigan survive wobble to go clear at the top

Wigan 26 Castleford 16
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