HULL FC have handed former Leeds Rhinos star Lee Smith a two month trial at the club. The 29-year-old, who won the Grand Final and the Harry Sunderland Trophy with the Rhinos in 2008, has been given an opportunity to impress at the Black and Whites, having turned down an opportunity to sign a new
Nov 27 Australia’s National Rugby League (NRL) announced a new broadcast and media rights deal worth A$1.8 billion ($1.3 billion) over five years with broadcasters Channel Nine and Foxtel on Friday. The league said the agreement represented a 70 percent improvement on the previous deal and would commence in 2018
Out-of-contract utility back Lee Smith has been given permission to train with Hull FC as he bids to find a new club. The former Harry Sunderland Medal winner joined up with the Black and Whites this week to earn some training time in a first-team environment, having left Wakefield last season. The former Leeds Rhinos
Hull FC front-row star, Chris Green, is looking forward to playing alongside some exciting new signings arriving at the KC Stadium from the Australian NRL, who will touch down in England imminently. Big names including Sika Manu and Frank Pritchard will join up with the rest of the squad shortly and Green is hoping to
Elite Star Client Stevie Ward speaks about his new five year contract with the club along with being awarded the number 13 squad number.
Richard chats to Adam Pope from BBC Radio Leeds about the procedures and length of time a takeover of Leeds United would take. He explains the legal factors facing a potential new buyer.