Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves are set for a repeat of 2013 in this Saturday’s Super League Grand Final.
Salford Red Devils today became the only Super League club to fail to reach the requirements for a category 1 standard academy system.
The Founders Walk – which will take place over six days and will see rugby fans visit the original home stadiums of the 22 clubs that founded the Northern Union back in 1895 – has been organised in association with the sport’s charity Rugby League Cares.
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Club punished for fielding 14 men
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The Reds fielded 14 men against Castleford
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Salford City Reds face points penalty after fielding 14 men in Castleford Tigers win as Darrel Griffin checks-in
The club will hear next week of their punishment