Rugby League News: Burrow’s father reveals shocking news, Hull rocked by season-ending injury, Warrington duo exit & O’Neill slammed by ex-Saints man

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 Super League and the NRL.

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

Burrow’s father shocked

Rob Burrow’s father, Geoff, has spoken of his shock and horror at the government’s refusal to hand over any of the £50 million promised to MND.

Geoff put out an impassioned tweet, outlining his disgust. Read more here.

Burgess’ surprising career move

Ex-Wigan Warriors star George Burgess has taken up a surprising career move, according to Fox Sports,

It follows a long period on the sidelines and his attempt to get back into the rugby life with St George Illawarra Dragons. Read more here.

Murdoch-Masila’s horror news

Ex-Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils star Ben Murdoch-Masila has received some horror news.

The former Super League man made the move back to the NRL with the New Zealand Warriors in 2021. Read more here.

Powell’s huge admission

Warrington Wolves head coach Daryl Powell has made a huge admission following a dismal run of form.

Warrington went down 30-24 against Wakefield Trinity at the weekend and Powell spoke to the media after the game. Read more here.

Hicks latest

Robert Hicks made a curious TV appearance on Monday night.

After going part-time with the RFL referees at the start of the year, Hicks has been a bit of an enigma ever since. Read more here.

Hull spine alternatives

Hull FC’s spine has come in for criticism in 2022 with its lack of creativity. Well, Hull Live has published an article which reveals how the Black and Whites could line up in the future with Jacob Hookem and Denive Balmforth there, though Carlos Tuimavave is out for the season according to the publication.

Meanwhile, Hull KR could well make a statement with the signing of Parramatta Eels center Tom Opacic, according to Hull Live.

Garbutt’s new club

Former Leeds Rhinos forward Mitch Garbutt has found a surprise new club.

Garbutt has been with Toulouse Olympique for two seasons but will leave the French side. Read more here.

What England and All Stars will be paid

Rugby League Live has revealed that those called up to the England and Combined Nations All Stars fixture this weekend will receive £500 for their troubles.

A winning bonus of £1,500 will also be paid out, making a possible £2,000 take home.

Austin takes big swipe

Leeds Rhinos star Blake Austin has taken a big swipe at Super League following the scheduling system.

Austin is part of a Leeds side that has had just one game in three weeks. Read more here.

McIlorum future

Michael McIlorum has gone under the radar for the Catalans Dragons since joining the club.

However, he has told Yorkshire Live that he will be staying with the French club beyond 2022 and go into coaching.

Foster slams O’Neill

Former St Helens man Jamie Foster has gone in on Castleford Tigers star Jacques O’Neill.

O’Neill, of course, has recently joined the Love Island villa, moving away from the rugby league in the process. Read more here.

Warrington release

Warrington Wolves have released one of their big earners from his contract immediately.

The player has left the club on compassionate grounds as head coach Daryl Powell continues to rebuild his side. Read more here.

Combined Nations

Ellery Hanley named a surprise player in his Combined Nations All Stars squad yesterday. Read more here.

But, also amongst those called up was Englishman Daryl Clark, who was omitted from Shaun Wane’s England squad.

Leutele future

Huddersfield Giants star Ricky Leutele has been in scintillating form in 2022 so far with the West Yorkshire club.

However, after being linked with move according to The Mole at the Wide World of Sports, Serious About Rugby League has analyzed his potential future. Read more here.

St Helens statement

St Helens have made a statement by signing off on a halfback deal.

The Merseyside club have been busy in the past few months with retentions and recruitment. Read more here.

O’Neill club return

Castleford Tigers star Jacques O’Neill could well be on his way back to rugby league.

The forward teased in the Love Island villa that his career isn’t over, but could he return to this club? Read more here.

Why Welsby escaped

The Disciplinary Match Review Panel gave its verdicts yesterday but there was no ban for St Helens’ Jack Welsby.

That was despite the talisman being given a yellow card in the opening exchanges. Read more here.

SL stadium targeted again

A Super League stadium has once more been targeted by vandals after being hit just last week, Wigan Today has revealed.

There has been an appeal sent out in order to catch the perpetrators. Read more here.

Wane on Hardaker

Shaun Wane named his 20-man England squad on Monday, but Zak Hardaker’s name was notoriously absent.

And, he has revealed why he didn’t want to pick the Leeds Rhinos man. Read more here.

Walker on Agar

Leeds Rhinos star Jack Walker has revealed why he didn’t suit Richard Agar at Headingley.

Agar famously stepped down earlier this year, with Rohan Smith now at the helm. But, find out why Walker made those comments here.

May’s club for 2023

Catalans Dragons star Tyrone May has confirmed his club for the 2023 Super League season.

May joined the French side from reigning NRL premiers Penrith Panthers under a cloud. Read more here.

Cas man wants to stay

A Castleford Tigers forward wants to stay at the Jungle, he confirmed in an interview with BBC Radio Leeds,

It follows reports that other clubs had been looking at him. Read more here.

McDermott wants Toulouse exemption

Leeds Rhinos legend Barrie McDermott was a guest on the Eddie and Stevo podcast recently.

McDermott wants to see Toulouse Olympique given exemption from relegation in Super League. Find out why.

Assistant wants head coach role

A Super League assistant coach has spoken of his desire to take a head coaching role.

It follows a great relationship with his current main boss and an upturn in form. Read more here.

Wigan deal

Like St Helens earlier in the day, Wigan Warriors have outlined their own major statement with a big deal. Read more here.

A Warrington Wolves player and a Catalans Dragons duo have also left on short-term deals. Read more here.


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