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Hull waiting on centre Yeaman following fit

Hull are waiting for medical reports on Kirk Yeaman before allowing him to train or play again. The Test centre had an epileptic fit at half-time in the match at Wakefield on Sunday.

Tomkins overshadows Hock as Wigan cut down Giants

Wigan Warriors 46 Huddersfield Giants 12

Hock in line for timely Wigan comeback after completing ban

Wigan are not the Super League side most in need of reinforcements at this stage of the season, but the return of Gareth Hock will be the equivalent of signing a new player – and a world-class one at that.

Man held over hit-and-run death of six-year-old boy

A man was arrested yesterday on suspicion of causing the death by dangerous driving of six-year-old Owen Wightman.

'Hungry' Hock returns for Wigan after drugs ban

Michael Maguire will name Gareth Hock in the Wigan squad to play Huddersfield on Saturday, but will not decide until later in the week whether to bring the second-rower straight back from his drugs ban.

Hull hit Bradford's hopes of climbing

Bradford missed the chance to break into Super League's top eight for the first time this season when they lost 28-14 at home to Hull yesterday.

Pace-setting Wolves are dragged back to the pack

It was a terrible afternoon for the top two in Super League, Warrington and Huddersfield both beaten by teams near the bottom.

Opportunity knocks for Wood as Huddersfield adjust without Brough

Much will depend this weekend on the availability or otherwise for their clubs of players involved in the Exiles match last night, but Huddersfield already know that they will be without their main man.

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There was a 25-minute delay at Halifax because of a colour clash between Huddersfield and Castleford, but when they did start the Giants, temporary residents at their neighbours' ground, soon made up for lost time.

New cap Brough swaps allegiance

Danny Brough will complete his transformation from captain of Scotland to England international by playing against the Exiles on 10 June.

Tomkins leads a Warrior rampage

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Young woman left in woods after attack

Four people were arrested yesterday on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was found in a distressed state, abandoned in woodland.

Hodgson finishes Hull's hot streak

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Peterborough win promotion with three goals in seven minutes

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