Moyes rues late Cardiff equaliser

Agar gets record fine for outburst against referee

The Hull coach, Richard Agar, has been fined a record £6,000 for his criticism of the referee James Child after their narrow home defeat by Castleford last month.

Leeds reassert the old Yorkshire order

Castleford 6 Leeds 48

Tigers target return to winning ways

Castleford hope to use tonight's derby with Leeds to get back to winning ways in the Super League after being one of only three clubs to draw a blank over Easter.

Evans boys on twin track to success at Warrington

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Foster keeps cool with late kick to put St Helens top of the table

St Helens 22 Castleford 20

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Hull KR pick Dobson as time runs out for Mason

Hull KR have performed a complete about-turn on the eve of today's Humberside derby by deregistering Willie Mason and picking Michael Dobson. Dobson was deregistered with an ankle injury while Mason waited for a Tongan passport to make him exempt from the overseas quota.

Mason denies reports of union switch

Willie Mason has been named in Hull KR's squad to face Hull tomorrow, despite reports that he is ready to quit the club after just six games.

Menzies rolls back years in Dragons win

The Catalan Dragons made it three wins in a row to embed themselves in Super League's top eight. The Catalans backed up their victories at Warrington and Wigan by winning in Perpignan for the first time this season, 28-10 over Hull.

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Chase takes charge to send Castleford top

Castleford 52 Salford 20

Castleford stadium plans win backing

Castleford have moved a step closer to a new stadium with the granting of detailed planning permission for their proposed home near the M62. Wakefield Council have given their go-ahead to the 13,300-capacity development at Glasshoughton, on the edge of the town.

Castleford given green light for new stadium

Castleford moved a major step closer to realising their dream of moving into a new state-of-the-art stadium today when they were given full planning permission for the project.

Exiles given 'X Factor' makeover as fans pick team

If fans find themselves uninspired by the Exiles team that takes the field against England in June, they will have themselves to blame. The side that will be on duty at Headingley for the inaugural International Origin Match will be selected from the best overseas players in Super League partly by supporters' votes.

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