As the rugby league World Cup final gets underway, attention turns to the World Team and Player of the Year awards, in which several big-name, British-based stars were omitted in favour of their southern hemisphere rivals.
England are through to the 2013 Rugby League World Cup quarter finals after beating Fiji and will face France in Wigan on Saturday. Meanwhile, defeat for Italy means Scotland have also reached the next round.
Players sent home, the coach storming out of a press conference and defeat in the first game - but England's World Cup campaign finally ignited with a brilliant performance against Ireland in Huddersfield.
The England team to face Italy in the pre-Rugby League World Cup warmup on Saturday and the big news is the inclusion of just one Burgess brother. Meanwhile, an Australian star gets a taste of British crime and London Broncos lose their captain.
Leeds Rhinos defeated St Helens to become the fourth and final side in the Super League playoff semi-finals. Now it is a contest between Warrington Wolves, Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants to see who can stop them and take the Grand Slam title.
League shield winners Huddersfield Giants are the latest team to book a place in the Super League playoff semi finals. There is also the announcement of the Man of Steel shortlist to keep fans excited this week.
The 2013 Super League playoffs are underway and the Wigan Warriors have already secured their passage through to the semi-finals after victory over Huddersfield. Now it is the turn of the other sides to fight for a semi-final space.
The Super League had a couple more twists left this weekend as the battle for playoff place supremacy and the race to finish off the bottom of the table concluded. The Super League playoffs will now begin in the final stage of the season.
After victory over Wigan Warriors on Thursday night Leeds Rhinos are looking ominous once again as the Super League playoffs draw closer. Can they beat Huddersfield Giants, Warrington Wolves and Warriors to the coveted title?
The Super League once again takes a breather as all eyes turn to the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley, the jewel in the crown of the Rugby League calendar. This year will see Warrington Wolves’ conquerors Hull FC take on Wigan Warriors to see who will take
Super League is reaching a conclusion and several questions still needed answering. Have Wigan Warriors lost form at the wrong time? Will St Helens cause a Super League upset? Or will Huddersfield take the honours?
Super League is back after an intriguing round of Challenge Cup action and the focus is very much on the Super League playoffs - except perhaps for St Helens vs Wigan Warriors, one of the Super League's biggest rivalries.
The Super League was on a break this week as the Challenge Cup quarter final ties got underway. There was a big win for Warrington Wolves against rivals Huddersfield Giants and some good news for London Broncos.
It was a weekend of big scores for the Super League title chases in the round of 20 as Huddersfield Giants, Warrington Wolves and Leeds Rhinos secured big wins as they chase Wigan Warriors at the top of the table.
England play the Exiles on Friday night in an international match and as a result the Super League clubs have a weekend off to regroup before the final season run-in. However, for one club things will be more difficult than ever.
Week 18 of the Super League pitted in-form Hulls FC against a Leeds Rhinos team aiming to avoid a fourth consecutive defeat. Meanwhile, title challengers Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves were both in action in another round of Super League games.
The news summer-born children are statistically less likely to gain top grades and be accepted into university came as quite a surprise for somebody who was born in July and never suffered any negative effects.
Round 15 of the Super League gets underway with an intriguing tie between injury-hit sides Leeds Rhinos and St Helens and a number of teams battling to sneak into the top eight. Read on for Super League previews, news and views for round 15.
The fifth round of the Challenge Cup included Huddersfield Giants taking on Leeds Rhinos and holders Warrington Wolves facing Championship opposition. Who made it through to the Challenge Cup quarter finals?
Super League takes a break this weekend as the Challenge Cup fifth round fixtures take place. Holders Warrington Wolves will face Salford City Reds but the big tie of the round will pit Leeds Rhinos against Huddersfield Giants.
Super League round eleven pits a depleted St Helens against London Broncos and could feature a new signing for Hull KR. This and more in the latest list of five things to look out for in Super League this weekend.
There were plenty of talking points from Super League this weekend including shoulder charge argy-bargy and defeats for the top two. Take a look at five things we learned from Super League this weekend.