Wigan are one match away from a Grand Final after a hard-fought victory at a near-waterlogged ground here tonight. Two tries from Josh Charnley gave the Warriors the edge in filthy conditions. They now have next weekend off, whilst Huddersfield, the most consistent side all year, have to try to take advantage of their second chance. This was a reminder for them that finals football is a different proposition.
A man who killed eight members of the same family in an arson attack has gone on the run from prison.
£2m signing will not play again this year after training ground incident
Bradford ended a forgettable season with some minor consolation as the Giants kept their powder dry for next weekend by fielding a young, experimental line-up that was not quite up to the job.
Warrington moved back into second place in Super League, but only after stubborn resistance from opponents with an eye on the top eight.
Giants three points ahead of Wigan and Warrington with three games to play
Huddersfield duly regained first place in the Super League, setting up a possible League Leaders’ Trophy decider at Wigan on Friday.
Warrington 44 Huddersfield 24
Battle for automatic promotion well and truly on
Pressley arrives at the Ricoh Arena to take charge of a financially-stricken Coventry side
Lee Croft and Jordan Obita looking forward to testing themselves at Goodison Park
Swindon Town have announced that midfielder Tommy Miller and defender Darren Ward will take temporary charge of the club after Paolo Di Canio stood down as manager on Monday.
A child killer was kept hostage and murdered in his cell at a top security jail where inspectors have raised concerns about the safety of vulnerable prisoners.
A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fixture at the John Smith’s Stadium
Wigan take on Huddersfield in the FA Cup this weekend
St Helens 4 Huddersfield 40