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

Leeds count on McGuire to boost stuttering season

Danny McGuire will give Leeds a major boost today when he returns for his first game this year. The Test stand-off has been out of action since damaging his knee in last year's play-offs and has missed the Rhinos' uninspiring start to the season.

Menzies rolls back years in Dragons win

The Catalan Dragons made it three wins in a row to embed themselves in Super League's top eight. The Catalans backed up their victories at Warrington and Wigan by winning in Perpignan for the first time this season, 28-10 over Hull.

Castleford stadium plans win backing

Castleford have moved a step closer to a new stadium with the granting of detailed planning permission for their proposed home near the M62. Wakefield Council have given their go-ahead to the 13,300-capacity development at Glasshoughton, on the edge of the town.

Exiles given 'X Factor' makeover as fans pick team

If fans find themselves uninspired by the Exiles team that takes the field against England in June, they will have themselves to blame. The side that will be on duty at Headingley for the inaugural International Origin Match will be selected from the best overseas players in Super League partly by supporters' votes.

RFL chief defends Super League licence process

RFL chief executive Nigel Wood believes Widnes Vikings will be a great addition to Super League after last week’s decision to award them a top-flight license from the start of the 2012 campaign.

Gleeson in demand after Wigan departure

Three Super League clubs are being linked with Martin Gleeson now that his Wigan career is over. The 30-year-old former Great Britain centre had the remaining 18 months of his contract cancelled, with the club saying that distractions off the field prevented him from carrying on at the club.

Richard Agar awaits action over furious remarks about referee

The Hull coach, Richard Agar, will learn today whether he will face any action over his remarks about the refereeing of James Child on Friday night.

Widnes Vikings handed Super League licence

Two clubs could lose their places in Super League later this year following the Rugby Football League's ruling that both Widnes and Halifax meet the minimum standards.

Sydney determined to block Burgess playing in 'trumped-up' England game

South Sydney are adamant that Sam Burgess will not be released to play in England's mid-season international.

Brian Shaw: Rugby league player whose sale to Leeds broke the world transfer record

The title of the world's most expensive rugby league player is more often associated with eye-catching outside backs, like Mick Sullivan, Ike Southward or, more recently, Martin Offiah; or a prolific try-scorer closer to the heart of the action, such as Ellery Hanley. For a time in the early 1960s, however, the record was held by a grafting forward named Brian Shaw. His transfer from Hunslet to Leeds in January 1961 was valued at £13,250, although the inclusion of two Leeds players travelling in the opposite direction, Bernard Prior and Norman Burton, means it is not included in all lists.

Scruton halts Castleford's winning streak

The last perfect record in Super League evaporated at Odsal yesterday when Bradford beat Castleford 18-14. Nick Scruton came off the bench to score two tries for the Bulls, while French forward Olivier Elima got his first for the club.

Huby rewarded with new Cas deal

Castleford's in-form prop, Craig Huby, has agreed a new contract to keep him at the club for another three years. Huby is already the Tigers' longest-serving player, having made his debut as a 16-year-old in 2003.

St Helens expect Kyle Eastmond form to improve

Royce Simmons is hoping Kyle Eastmond can finish his St Helens career with a bang.

Scotland plan to seize on England complacency

Defence coach Graham Steadman hopes Scotland can keep Chris Ashton quiet and can seize on any complacency within the England camp in Sunday's Calcutta Cup clash at Twickenham.

Leuluai eases Wigan back into the groove

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