FORMER Great Britain captain Ellery Hanley will be inducted into the Rugby League Hall of Fame this week, as part of four new members.
Hanley, who also went on to coach Great Britain, will join Eric Ashton, Martin Hodgson and the late Dougie Clark in entering the Hall of Fame.
WARRIORS CEO Wayne Scurrah has announced skills coach Kevin Campion will leave the club at the end of the year.
FORMER Queensland Origin halfback Adrian Lam has accepted the role of assistant coach at the Cronulla Sharks.
SOUTH Sydney supporter Andrew Denton has urged club officials to embrace the latest proposal from Peter Holmes a Court and Russell Crowe, warning that the NRL club won't survive without change.
CRONULLA Sharks CEO Steve Rogers says the chances of Adrian Lam joining the NRL side are "looking positive", but faces an anxious wait for the signature of the former Queensland Origin star.
JAMIE Lyon has expressed his desire to return to Parramatta. Lyon caused a sensation by walking out on the Eels after the first match of the 2004 season, citing a dislike for city life amid rumours he had fallen out with coach Brian Smith.
New Zealand are likely to select Hull's Motu Tony ahead of Robbie Paul in their problem scrum-half position for Saturday's Tri-Nations game against Great Britain in Huddersfield.
IAN Millward, the Wigan Warriors coach, believes he knows how to improve Great Britain's chances of international success. The forthright Australian is advocating a reduction in the number of overseas players in Super League - more than 120 next year - to three per club who are not eligible to represent Britain.
THE Kiwis will not issue another SOS to Stacey Jones after Lance Hohaia was ruled out of the remainder of the Tri-Nations series.
ALTHOUGH Petero Civoniceva carved out some hard yards in Sunday's 20-6 Tri Nations series win over Great Britain he's keen to keep playing to be more match-toughened for the Tri Nations final on November 26 in Leeds.