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WEEK 3 of the First Utility Super League saw impressive win for the four sides with 100% records St Helens, Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Widnes Vikings.
ROUND 2 of the First Utility Super League saw three teams keep up their 100% record.
THE wait was over at the weekend, as the remaining twelve First Utility Super League clubs got their season underway.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants got the 2014 season off to the best possible start as they disposed of Super League Champions Wigan Warriors at the DW Stadium.
THE 2014 First Utility Super league Season get under way this week as Grand Final winners Wigan Warriors take on last year’s League leaders Huddersfield Giants.
SUPER League Europe (SLE) is delighted to announce that independent energy supplier First Utility will become the title sponsor of Rugby League’s elite club competition, the First Utility Super League, for the next three years.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM is looking for writers that are keen about rugby league and want to join the LeagueUnlimited.com team.
HISTORY will be created with a ‘Clash of the Warriors’ when the NRL’s Vodafone Warriors take on Super League’s Wigan Warriors at the home of the Chiefs in Hamilton
THE Parramatta Eels have granted Matt Ryan an immediate release from his contract with the club
THE World Club Challenge will be contested on Australian soil for the first time in two decades, when the NRL Premiers Sydney Roosters host English Super League Champs, Wigan Warriors, on Saturday February 22
WIGAN Warriors produced the biggest comeback in Super League Grand Final history to complete a League and Cup double as Warrington Wolves suffered a second successive defeat at Old Trafford.
THE penultimate weekend of rugby league in the Northern Hemisphere is complete - and we now have Grand Finalists!
SALFORD Red Devils have signed Brisbane Broncos forward Lama Tasi on a two-year deal.
WIGAN Warriors confirm the signing of Full Back Matthew Bowen on a One Year Contract for the 2014 Season with a further option for 2015.
SIMON Reuben looks back at the semi finals in the ESL.