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The shining lights in St Helens’ tough start

As the Coronavirus pandemic worsens across much of the UK, tough decisions will have to be taken by Super League and the RFL in when rugby league will be safe to restart. Before the unanticipated halt of the competition...

Super League suspend season due to Coronavirus fears

The Super League have suspended their season until at least April 3 amid fears surrounding the Coronavirus.

Jack Johnson: Widnes winger talks about life as a part-time player

On a bitterly cold afternoon in Widnes, rapid winger Jack Johnson touched down his second try of the game against Oldham RLFC, cementing his side’s name in the round five hat of the Challenge Cup. This isn’t Johnson’s first...

St Helens rue missed opportunities in Huddersfield defeat

Huddersfield Giants inflict St Helens' second defeat of the season following a 12-10 victory at the Totally Wicked Stadium. Saints have now lost only one game less than the whole of 2019, with the Giants adding to their terrific start...

Widnes Vikings cruise into the Challenge Cup fifth round

Widnes Vikings cruise into the fifth round of the Coral Challenge Cup with comprehensive 52-12 victory over Oldham RLFC. Tim Sheens' side hit five without reply to take a comfortable 30-point lead within the half-hour. Oldham hit back in a...

Stylish Roosters condemn St Helens to World Club Challenge defeat

Sydney Roosters show their NRL style to become the best club team on the planet with a 20-12 victory over St Helens in the World Club Challenge at the Totally Wicked Stadium. It is an event that has been running...

WATCH | Kristian Woolf reflects on World Club Challenge defeat

St Helens head coach Kristian Woolf was proud of his side's display despite falling to a 20-12 defeat in the World Club Challenge. Trent Robinson's Sydney Roosters proved too much for Saints as tries from Daniel Tupou, Luke Leary and...

Widnes boss Tim Sheens speaks out on World Club Challenge

“For me, because you don’t actually play grand final side against grand final side, I don’t know if it is worthwhile playing.” These were the words of current Widnes Vikings and former World Cup-winning coach Tim Sheens when asked...

WATCH | Widnes Vikings boss Tim Sheens reflects on London defeat

Widnes Vikings head coach Tim Sheens reflects on his side's 38-10 Betfred Championship defeat at home to London Broncos. Danny Ward's side ran in five first-half tries to take a convincing lead at the interval. Jack Owens and Deon Cross...

Widnes Vikings fall to defeat against London Broncos

Widnes Vikings fell to their first defeat of the Betfred Championship season, after Danny Ward's London Broncos took a comprehensive 38-12 victory back to the capital