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Full house for St Helens clash

St Helens have sold out their new home Langtree Park, three weeks ahead of their meeting with NRL Champions South Sydney Rabbitohs in the World Club Series finale.

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Burgess shocked at NRL move

Sky Sports News HQ's Fraser Dainton meets Joe Burgess, who has sealed a move to Sydney Roosters from Wigan Warriors...

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Mounis and Casty lead Dragons

Catalans Dragons have appointed Greg Mounis and Remi Casty as co-captains of the club.

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Leeds to promote from within

Leeds head coach Brian McDermott insists the young stars already in the fold will help the club impress this campaign.

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Mossop: I nearly joined Leeds

England prop Lee Mossop has revealed he considered joining Leeds before opting to rejoin Wigan for the 2015 campaign.

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Cooper to miss Warrington reunion

St George Illawarra's former Warrington prop Mike Cooper has been forced to miss a reunion with his old Super League club to ensure he will be present for the birth of his first child.

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Wigan tie down Powell, Sutton

Wigan have fended off interest from Australia to secure the future of half-back or hooker Sam Powell, 22, and 19-year-old prop Ryan Sutton, who have both signed new four-year deals.

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A 'brew'-sing encounter!

St Helens and Wigan are fierce rivals on the pitch – but like nothing better than a good cuppa, as Sky Sports News' Fraser Dainton discovers…

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Respect, rivalry and friendship

Mike Rush and Shaun Wane are sure there will be no repeat of the Grand Final flashpoints when St Helens and Wigan meet again on Sunday.

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Saints won't rush Walsh return

St Helens playmaker Luke Walsh could miss the start of the new Super League season with coach Kieron Cunningham determined not to rush him back into action.

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Lenagan: Burgess not irreplaceable

Wigan chairman Ian Lenagan insists the club can replace Joe Burgess and says the door remains open for his return.

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Kirke puzzled by Rhinos exit

Wakefield prop Ian Kirke is still in the dark over the reasons for his sudden departure from Leeds but insists he holds no grudges against his old club as he prepares to kick-start his career with the Wildcats.

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