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The new drive means a total of 50 UTCs have now been approved

Warrington’s Chris Riley goes over for a try

Weakened Wolves still look good for Wembley chance

Warrington 34 Hull KR 6

Ben Harrison is back in action for Warrington after injury

Danny Brough hopeful Huddersfield can take giant stride to top

Wigan’s two rivals for the League Leaders’ Trophy have the opportunity to step up the pressure this weekend. With the Warriors not going to St Helens until Monday night, both Huddersfield and Warrington have the chance to steal a march on them tomorrow.

Warrington’s Lee Briers goes over for a try against Huddersfield

Cup specialists Warrington cruise into the semi-finals

Warrington 44 Huddersfield 24

Warrington 19 Leeds 18: Lee Briers’ dramatic drop goal hurts depleted champions

Lee Briers’ third stab at a drop goal decided this gripping Super League game as the Wolves claimed the scalp of reigning champions Leeds. Briers’ kick two minutes from time reflected Warrington’s general supremacy, but a depleted Leeds deserved better.

Warrington’s Lee Briers started and finished their second try

Wolves' Ben Currie is too hot for disjointed Bradford

Bradford 12 Warrington 26

Teachers in nearly 3,000 schools will stage a one-day strike as union leaders fire the first shots in their campaign against pay and pension curbs and cuts in education spending

Teachers to close schools with strike against cuts

Teachers in nearly 3,000 schools will stage a one-day strike on Thursday as union leaders fire the first shots in their campaign against pay and pension curbs and cuts in education spending.

Zak Hardaker: I want Tomkins' position

Zak Hardaker, who will revert to full-back tonight for Leeds in their rearranged Super League match against Widnes, has insisted he will fight for a starting full-back place for England with the autumn World Cup on the horizon.

England captain Kevin Sinfield attempts to break the tackle of Sia Soliola

England defeat Exiles but fears over captain Kevin Sinfield

Steve McNamara's side record 30-10 victory but both Sinfield and Gareth Ellis leave with nasty looking injuries

O2 cutting 400 more jobs, says union

Union leaders today claimed that mobile phone giant O2 plans to make a further 400 workers redundant.

Not so messianic now: Ian Brown in 'The Stone Roses: Made of Stone'
Hull of a game: Chris Green dives over for Hull’s controversial winning try

Hull 22 Hull KR 16 match report: Video referee says sorry for Hull's late winner

Hull KR coach furious as Green's 'offside' try settles Humberside dispute

Manchester City fan Paul Wellens is back on his favourite stage for Super League's Magic Weekend at the Etihad Stadium

Paul Wellens hopes to pull another win out of hat on Magic Weekend

After adapting to new role Saints captain is ready to lead team to second straight victory

Three teenage boys arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs in connection with death of 16-year-old schoolgirl Ellie Jones

Three teeange boys have been arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs in connection with the death of a 16-year-old schoolgirl who is thought to have taken an illegal substance.

Aussie Trent Waterhouse led Warrington for the first time

Warrington 16 Hull 26: Whiting’s two late tries deliver shock
to Warrington

Two late scores from Richard Whiting gave resilient Hull a shock win over one of Super League’s pacesetters last night.

Gareth Ellis enjoying Hull pressure

Hull captain Gareth Ellis says he will relish having the pressure on his shoulders as he seeks to turn his new club into a Super League force.

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