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Wales to possibly host ESL round

SUPER League teams could play a round of matches at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium next season. A secret plan, which has been discussed by clubs, would see all six fixtures on one weekend staged in the city, three on the Saturday and three on Sunday.

Thackray to sign for Leeds

HULL FC have announced that Jamie Thackray will sign for Leeds Rhinos from the start of the 2007 season.

Reds excited by Gower signing

SALFORD City Reds new signing, 20-year-old back-row forward David Gower, has met up with his new team-mates after arriving at Manchester Airport on Monday.

Wolves in the wars

WARRINGTON?S injury problems continue with three players sent for X-rays following their stormy engage Super League encounter with Castleford.

Saints overcome spirited Wildcats

TWENTY-FOUR points in 15 minutes either side of half-time was enough to give tabletoppers St Helens a 52-36 victory over struggling Wakefield in a high-scoring engage Super League clash at Belle Vue.

Rhinos maintain title challenge

LEEDS? tireless pursuit of engage Super League leaders St Helens continued at the Galpharm Stadium on Sunday afternoon as they eventually overcame a dogged Huddersfield side 36-14.

Tigers demolish Warrington

CASTLEFORD took a huge stride towards engage Super League safety with a nine-try, 52-26 destruction of ailing Warrington at The Jungle on Sunday afternoon.

Huddersfield Giants sign Kevin Brown

THE Giants have signed Kevin Brown from Wigan Warriors, on loan, until the end of the season. The 22 year old outside back goes straight into the Giants squad for Sunday?s game against Leeds Rhinos at the Galpharm Stadium. Brown who stands at 178cm and weights 87kgs has made over 50 Super League appearances for Wigan and was a member of the Great Britain 40 named for the 2005 Tri Nations

Sculthorpe Out For Two Months

SAINTS and Great Britain captain Paul Sculthorpe has been ruled out for six to eight weeks after limping off early in Tuesday's 'XXXX' Test at Knowsley Road. Sculthorpe, who retired after 16 minutes, has suffered a 90% tear of the medial ligament in his left knee (defined as a Grade 2+ injury), a significant and severe injury that could see him sidelined until September. Sculthorpe was making his 26th Great Britain appearance, but his first as captain, against New Zealand. He had been appointed captain in May 2005, but missed the Gillette Tri-Nations tournament following an unrelated injury to his right knee.

Quins and Warriors announce squads

QUINS and Wigan have announced their squads for Saturday?s clash in the engage Super League.

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