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Chris Ashton will join Saracens next season after being attracted by the opportunity of working with his former Wigan rugby league idol Andy Farrell.

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Saracens' technical director Brenden Venter has revealed the club are close to signing England wing Chris Ashton from Northampton.

Karl Pryce has returned to his hometown club Bradford Bulls

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After a five-year tour of the country, Karl Pryce has returned to his hometown club Bradford Bulls.

Martin Gleeson is one of those involved

Former Hull trio hit with drug bans

Former Hull centre Martin Gleeson, chief executive James Rule and conditioner Ben Cooper have been banned for breaching anti-doping rules.

Sam Tomkins evades a tackle during England’s Wembley defeat by Australia

Mischievous Tomkins seeks rise to hero status

In-form full-back can announce himself on global stage by inspiring England to victory in the Four Nations final

Joel Tomkins joins champions Saracens

Joel Tomkins switches codes to join Saracens

Saracens today confirmed the signing of England rugby league international Joel Tomkins, but will have to wait at least three years before having the chance to get their hands on his younger brother.

Lomax turns on the class as Saints make sure of third place

St Helens 31 Salford 6

Veteran Thomas to join Wigan

Gareth Thomas is set to become a shock first signing for next season by the Challenge Cup winners, Wigan. The former Wales rugby union captain, the second-oldest player in Super League at 37, has been left without a contract by Crusaders dropping out of the competition.

Tomkins handed suspended fine

Wigan full-back Sam Tomkins has been found guilty of minor misconduct over his two-fingered salute to the Leeds fans during Saturday's Challenge Cup final win over the Rhinos.

Tomkins sorry for V-sign to crowd

Sam Tomkins has apologised for his V-sign to Leeds fans during Wigan's Challenge Cup final victory at Wembley on Saturday.

Tomkins plays down v-sign row after Wigan roll back the years

Wigan 28 Leeds 18: Leeds' stirring comeback comes to nothing as Warriors secure their first Challenge Cup triumph at Wembley since 1995

Tomkins, the Wigan legend in the making, relishes final buzz

Young star excited by date at Wembley as former players line up to hail him the future of the club

Crusaders hope to play in Championship

Crusaders, whose continued existence has been in doubt since they pulled out of next year's Super League, have applied to play in the Championship.

Crusaders bid farewell with a whimper

Crusaders 18 Hull 58

We must sign more players from union, says Wigan chief

The Warriors are going for the double but chairman wants to raid rival code to maintain their momentum

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