The NRL kicked off this weekend, with the defending premiers Cronulla hosting the Brisbane Broncos to open the round. The boys from Queensland came out on top with a strong defensive showing, 26-18, where the Sharks were shorthanded with the likes of Ben Barba and Valentine Holmes missing from the
Six tries and a passion born of frustration over their stuttering title defence were not enough to see Leeds Rhinos get the better of Saint Helens last night. As with Wigan and Huddersfield this was a game where the emotions of the players were visible in the determination they showed
Does Hull Kingston Rovers have a policy of giving its supporters their money back every time the team suffers a drubbing?
If not, then they should seriously think about starting such a policy, for it was a wonder they were any Hull KR supporters left watching the end of the team's
Wigan Warriors stormed past a demoralised and depleted Leeds Rhinos at the DW stadium last night, in a game that was prevented from becoming a rout only by Wigan's excessive handling errors gifting the Leeds defence sorely needed lifelines.
From the moment the ball was first kicked down field, Wigan utterly
What started off as a promising start for Wigan Warriors was barely kept from being an utter rout at the hands of Brisbane Broncos, who still delivered a thorough drubbing to their opponents.
Wigan Warriors started off strongly enough with a good offence keeping the Broncos on the back foot and
If you didn't know anything about Rugby League and were watching the sport for the first time with this match, you would be forgiven for thinking Salford were a top flight team and St Helens generally left struggling to hold on to the bottom rung of the Superleague ladder. For
Wigan delivered a solid victory over a Catalan Dragons side who maintained neither quality nor discipline amidst the muddy ruin of the pitch.
For all that the conditions were atrocious, with the pitch visibly watterlogged in places, Wigan's quality and drive were simply too much for the Catalans, whose poor performance effectively
Headingly saw a brutal battle of attrition as Warrington Wolves rediscovered their resolve to snatch victory from a Leeds Rhinos side who seem to have lost the killer instinct as captain Danny McGuire was forced off the pitch with a knee injury. This was Leeds to lose and lose it
Leigh has been in Wigan’s shadow for a long time. Ever since 1972 when it, along with a lot of other English towns, found itself suddenly relegated to the second division of civic standing by being made part of the borough of Wigan (officially known as Wigan and Leigh), Leigh
The Chairman of Salford Red Devils, Marwan Koukash, has protested the innocence of his club and vowed to clear its name following allegations by Marc Green, chairman of Bradford Bulls, that Salford breached the salary cap when they signed Tony Puletua from St Helens back in 2014.
Writing to the League Express