Rugby League News: Wigan and St Helens beaten to big signing, Hull FC rejected, Burgess’ financial collapse & Warrington statement

Rugby League News – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league.

It has been a busy 24 hours with major stories breaking from the Super League and the NRL.

Here is a round-up of everything that has happened…

Ex-Wigan man joins Bolton

A former Wigan Warriors has joined former Premier League side Bolton Wanderers.

He still keeps in touch with former players, he told them Manchester Evening News. Read more here.

Masoe’s incredible reunion

Former St Helens and Hull KR star Mose Masoe is set for an incredible reunion.

Masoe was involved in one of the worst rugby league-related injuries to ever occur within the sport. Read more here.

Warrington trio depart short-term

Three Warrington Wolves players have left on short-term deals as Daryl Powell molds his squad.

The trio will not be able to return on loan if they are recalled following the transfer window. Read more here.

Warrington statement

Warrington Wolves have released a statement urging fans to show their support in the next few games.

The club has had a number of bad results in recent weeks with the defeat against Huddersfield Giants at the weekend epitomizing that. Read more here.

Leigh’s best player in the country

According to a leading rugby league agent The Full Eighty Minutes podcastLeigh Centurions have ‘the best player in the country’ at present.

Leigh have been making waves in the second tier, going head to head with Featherstone Rovers for a spot in the Super League. Read more here.

Keep Wakefield and Toulouse up

Promote Leigh Centurions and Featherstone Rovers, but keep Wakefield Trinity and Toulouse Olympique in Super League.

That’s an idea broached by Serious About Rugby League as a solution to the current structure problem. Read more here.

Hardaker’s move?

Could Leeds Rhinos’ Zak Hardaker make the move to a Super League rival?

Serious About Rugby League has broached the potential idea with Hardaker still out of contract for 2023. Read more here.

Burgess’ addiction

Former England international George Burgess’ addiction has been laid bare by the Daily Mail after he checked himself into rehab.

It has turned out that Burgess has lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in recent years. Read more here.

Dwyer’s move

Leeds Rhinos’ Brad Dwyer is set for a move to a Super League rival.

But who could that be? Serious About Rugby League has broached the idea of ​​where his future may lie in Super League. Read more here.

Agar’s move

Former Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity boss Richard Agar has found a new club.

Agar stepped down as Leeds boss earlier in the year following a poor run of results. Read more here.

Hull rejected

Hull FC have been rejected by a halfback ahead of the 2023 Super League season, according to that Channel 9.

The Black and Whites have already signed the likes of Tex Hoy and Jake Trueman for 2023. Read more here.

Referee dropped

Liam Moore has returned to the Super League fold for a game this weekend after being dropped last week.

However, the same cannot be said of his colleague who remains absent. Read more here.

Grace’s SL return and replacement

Could Regan Grace move back to Super League after trying his hand at rugby union? That is possible, the St Helens Star has reported following Kristian Woolf’s comments. Read more here.

Woolf has also spoken out about who will replace Grace on the wing for Saints. Read more here.

Wigan and Saints miss out on huge signings

Wigan Warriors and St Helens missed out on the signing of a huge Super League rival, according to the Out Of Your League podcast.

This signing would have made the two teams even more formidable than they currently are. Read more here.

Hull KR problems

Hull KR are facing major problems on the injury front with a number of season-ending injuries.

The club has also been rocked with an update on Tom Garratt’s concussion. Read more here.

Big Wigan changes

Wigan Warriors will have some big changes around the club this week ahead of their fixture with Warrington Wolves. Read more here.

Meanwhile, there is damning news on a new Warrington signing ahead of that game. Read more here.

Wilkin on the defense

Sky Sports pundit Jon Wilkin has been on the defensive following his comments about the Salford Red Devils, he said Sky Sports.

Wilkin was present with Salford boss Paul Rowley who had his own say on his comments. Read more here.

Son of Saints, Wigan and Leeds legend finds top flight club

The son of St Helens, Wigan and Leeds legend Kevin Iro, Kayal Iro, has found a top flight club, The Mole at the Wide World of Sports has revealed.

The young center is just 23 years old, but he has a big future ahead of him. Read more here.

O’Neill fuels rumours

Former Castleford Tigers star Jacques O’Neill has fueled speculation over a move after being spotted outside a Super League ground for the second time.

O’Neill has been out of the Love Island villa for two weeks after leaving due to his mental well-being. Read more here.

Connor’s move

Hull FC’s Jake Connor has made a big move as head coach Brett Hodgson makes a bold decision.

Connor has been in the public eye recently with his 27 try assists leading the chart. Read more here.

Johnstone’s replacement

Wakefield Trinity have found Tom Johnstone’s replacement at Belle Vue.

Johnstone is, of course, moving to the Catalans Dragons at the end of the season after spending his entire career at Wakefield. Read more here.


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