Sport Steve McNamara could be heading to Australia to coach the Sydney Roosters after his contract with England expired

McNamara is out of contract with the RFL and despite the move yet to be confirmed, his media officer tweeted that he will definitely be staying in the game

Castleford comeback shocks weary Wigan

Castleford 22 Wigan 22

Exiles fear threat posed by Tomkins

The Exiles coach, Brian McClennan, has identified Sam Tomkins as the England player they must stop in the inaugural International Origin match at Odsal tomorrow.

Irish McIlorum called up by England

Wigan's Irish international hooker, Michael McIlorum, has been called up by England to fill the gap in their squad to face the Exiles on Friday.

Millward outlines doomsday scenario for desperate Leigh

The Leigh coach, Ian Millward, has warned that the club could fold unless it finds new finance. Millward was speaking after the Championship leaders' first league defeat of the season, 36-16 at home to Halifax.

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.

Wigan stand in way of Wolves hat-trick

Warrington, the Challenge Cup holders for the past two years, have been drawn to play Wigan, the Super League champions, in this season's quarter-finals. The draw last night kept the two Humberside teams apart, with Hull at home to Leeds and Hull KR at St Helens. Huddersfield are at Castleford in the other tie, to be played over the weekend of 23 and 24 July.

Raynor charged over Tomkins challenge

The tackle that saw Gareth Raynor sent off in Bradford's Challenge Cup fifth-round defeat by Wigan is still reverberating. Raynor will tonight face a charge of making a high tackle to the head or neck, over the challenge that briefly knocked out Sam Tomkins and put him out of the match.

Banned Hock signs Wigan deal

Gareth Hock will resume his career next month having signed a five-year contract with Wigan.

Widnes choose to stick with Betts

Widnes have sprung a surprise by not appointing a new coach to take them into Super League, showing faith instead in the one they already have.

Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown charged over referee remarks

The Rugby League has confirmed that the Huddersfield coach, Nathan Brown, has been charged over remarks made after their defeat of Leeds last month.

Nigel Wright: Busy juggling Canary Wharf gym job and leading Barrow

A former Wigan favourite plans to give his old club a proper workout in the cup

Farrell to fill Hansen's boots for Wigan

The leadership of Super League has proved a slippery baton to hold on to this season. By contrast with last year, when Wigan virtually led from start to finish, it has been a case of "after you, Claude" at the top of the table.

Graham quits Saints for Down Under dream

England forward James Graham revealed one of the sport's worst-kept secrets when he confirmed he would be leaving St Helens at the end of the season to try his luck in Australia's National Rugby League. The 25-year-old prop, who is out of contract with Saints in November, has a three-year deal with Canterbury Bulldogs.

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