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Injury woes easing for high-riding Giants

It might be early in the Super League season, but the meeting of two unbeaten sides at the Galpharm Stadium today has the look of a match with some long-term significance.

Huddersfield manager Lee Clark was axed after a brief phone call

Surprise sacking leaves Clark 'perplexed'

Huddersfield manager axed after brief phone call despite superb record... but supporters not shocked

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Lee Clark sacked by Huddersfield Town

Lee Clark and his coaching staff have been sacked by Huddersfield after just over three years at the club.

Cudjoe shows Widnes it is tough at the top

Widnes had a painful lesson in the harsh realities of Super League as they were thrashed 66-6 at Huddersfield in their first away fixture.

Treble shooter: Wigan Warriors match-winner Josh Charnley touches down

Charnley's hat-trick routs Rhinos in Warriors cruise

Wigan Warriors 20 Leeds Rhinos 6

Wane responds to early 'pressure' by relying on youth

Shaun Wane has said that he is "under pressure", after just one Super League defeat as Wigan coach

Delaney signs new Leeds deal

Brett Delaney has signed a new, three-year contract at Leeds. "He's a back-rower who can play in the centres, rather than a centre who can play in the back-row," said the Leeds coach, Brian McDermott. "He will be a big part of our squad in the years ahead."

Man jailed for 20 years in 'buried alive' case

A man who attempted to murder his girlfriend by burying her alive in a cardboard box was jailed for 20 years today.

Anthony Pilkington scores Norwich's first goal in the win over Queen's Park Rangers

Pilkington buoyed by lion-hearted Canaries

Anthony Pilkington is putting his trust in Norwich's team spirit to see them safely to Premier League survival. The Canaries came from behind to beat 10-man Queen's Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road on Monday, where the home side's captain Joey Barton scored after just 11 minutes and was then sent off for an apparent headbutt on Bradley Johnson.

Leagues 1 & 2: Green's late show boosts Charlton

Charlton moved five points clear at the top of League One after a 2-0 win over Brentford at The Valley. A power cut delayed kick-off but that did not deter Michael Morrison, who fired the hosts ahead after 31 minutes. However, the three points were not secured until Danny Green's last-minute strike.

Shallow grave man Marcin Kasprzak found guilty of murder

A man who attacked his partner with a Taser and then buried her alive in a cardboard box because he was "bored" with her was found guilty of attempted murder today.

Four-star Rhodes rides to the rescue

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Woman buried alive used engagement ring to escape

A woman who was buried alive in a cardboard box told a jury yesterday how she used her engagement ring to free herself.

Lee Clark saw his team finally beaten last night

Huddersfield finally beaten after 11 months

Huddersfield tasted league defeat for the first time in 11 months as their record unbeaten run came to an end in game 44.

Hodgson leaves Huddersfield

Huddersfield have released full-back Elliot Hodgson from the final year of his contract by mutual consent.

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