Wigan Warriors

Why Frank Paul The Wrecking Ball Isn’t In The World Cup

By STEVE MASCORD WIGAN prop Frank Paul Nuuausala has explained why he will not be playing for Samoa at the World Cup. “Frank Paul The Wrecking...

Bondi Beat: August 2017

By STEVE MASCORD COULD apathy and poverty actually give us the much-mooted World Club Challenge at a neutral venue that enterprise and daring could not? So...

Home & Away: Wigan Challenges New Zealand Warriors To A London Showdown

By STEVE MASCORD WIGAN chairman Ian Lenagan has challenged the New Zealand Warriors to a match in London. And, speaking on Kiwi radio, the enigmatic owner...

Why the Wolfpack, Warriors, Dragons & Hunters should be in the World Club Series

WE GOT ISSUES By STEVE MASCORD SOME of the glow of the Wigan and Warrington’s World Club Series victories may have dissipated now, both as a...

Wane: Sharks Have Weaknesses We Can Exploit

By STEVE MASCORD WIGAN coach Shaun Wane says Cronulla "have weaknesses" that which he believes he can exploit in Sunday's World Club Challenge, admitting he...

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Discord: The gentle socialism that’s been nurturing English rugby league

By STEVE MASCORD I AM betting what dominated my thinking as I watched Hull KR bravely battle Castleford before succumbing by 20 is not what...

New IRL eligibility rules crack down on players switching nations

By STEVE MASCORD JACKSON Hastings and Ronaldo Mulitalo are among the players most affected by changes to the International Rugby League eligibility rules announced today. The...

IRL leaning towards nations co-hosting 2025 World Cup

By STEVE MASCORD INTERNATIONAL Rugby League officials are leaning towards several countries co-hosting the 2025 World Cup. The tournament was to be held in the United...

Premium: Ottawa in for 2020 – but what of New York?

By JOHN DAVIDSON IT's the news nobody is particularly surprised by. Ottawa will join the League 1 competition in 2021, the third tier of English rugby...

The Roaring 2020s: Are we ready for a wave of code-breakers?

By STEVE MASCORD IN 2008, then-Penrith chief executive Mick Leary received a letter from the Maltese Rugby League. It was a request for utility star Jarrod...

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