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Rugby League news

Some of the latest Rugby League news from different news agencies around the world on.

Graham to lead England against Samoa

James Graham captains England in their Four Nations opener with Samoa on Saturday as Sean O'Loughlin is out injured.

Hull KR sign France hooker Boudebza

Hull KR sign FC Lezignan France international hooker John Boudebza on a one-year contract, with the option of a second year.

Cunningham named new St Helens coach

Super League champions St Helens name club legend Keiron Cunningham as head coach after Nathan Brown's departure.

Four Nations on the BBC

Watch England take on Australia and New Zealand in the Four Nations Championship on BBC TV, radio, online and mobile devices.

Wakefield sign utility back Owen

Super League side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats sign utility back Richard Owen on a three-year deal.

Former rugby star denies rape charge

Former Hull FC player Gareth Raynor denies raping a woman in East Yorkshire at the peak of his career.

Huddersfield sign Roberts from Bulls

Huddersfield Giants sign Bradford Bulls forward Oliver Roberts on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Hull KR keen on loan move for Myler

Hull KR are interested in signing Warrington Wolves half-back Richie Myler on a season-long loan deal.

Saints start defence against Dragons

Grand Final winners St Helens start the 2015 season against Catalan Dragons, with Widnes facing Wigan in their first game.

Former regional chief Gallacher dies

Stuart Gallacher, a Wales dual-code international and ex-Regional Rugby Wales chief executive, dies at the age of 68.

Scotland 42-18 Wales

Scotland score eight tries as they beat Wales 42-18 in the opening match of the European Championship in Workington.

Hull KR sign Gold Coast half-backs

Hull KR sign Gold Coast Titans duo Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to replace departed pair Travis Burns and Kris Keating.

Gene handed permanent Gateshead post

Gateshead Thunder appoint former Hull KR academy coach Stanley Gene as their permanent full-time head coach.

Westwood one of three new Wire deals

Warrington co-captain Ben Westwood, Gareth O'Brien and Kevin Penny sign one-year contract extensions.

Rugby punch death tweets probed

Police investigate online threats to Wigan rugby league player Ben Flower, banned for punching an opponent on the ground.

Wigan's Flower banned for six months

Wigan's Ben Flower gets a six-month ban - the longest ever in the Super League - for punching St Helens' Lance Hohaia.

Hohaia accepts one-match suspension

St Helens half-back Lance Hohaia accepts a one-match ban for striking Ben Flower during Saturday's Grand Final.

Hayne quits NRL to pursue NFL dream

Parramatta Eels full-back Jarryd Hayne is leaving Australia's National Rugby League to pursue a career in America's National Football League.

Inglis set for 'Roos full-back start

Jarryd Hayne withdraws from Australia's Four Nations squad, leaving Greg Inglis as the likely first-choice full-back.

VIDEO: England debutants ready - McNamara

England coach Steve McNamara says his players are ready for what he regards as "the biggest test in sport".

VIDEO: England believe in Four Nations win

Sean O'Loughlin, Ryan Hall, Sam Tomkins and Chris Hill look ahead to the Rugby League Four Nations, a tournament they believe they can win.

AUDIO: Saints job like 'getting a new baby'

Keiron Cunningham tells BBC Radio Merseyside that becoming St Helens' new head coach feels like getting a newborn baby.

VIDEO: 'Hysteria' over Flower punch - Lenagan

Wigan Warriors chairman Ian Lenagan says talk of Ben Flower's double punch in the Super League Grand Final being rugby league's darkest hour is "hysteria".

VIDEO: Daryl Clark named Man of Steel

Watch some of Daryl Clark's best moments from this season's Super League and Challenge Cup after the Castleford Tigers hooker was named as 2014's Man of Steel.

VIDEO: Burgess delay a 'blessing' for Bath

Bath head coach Mike Ford tells BBC Points West that Sam Burgess's injury could be a "blessing in disguise" as the cross-code star will have more time to adapt to rugby union.

VIDEO: Burgess injured in Grand Final

Sam Burgess breaks his cheekbone in the opening seconds of the match as the South Sydney Rabbitohs beat the Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL Grand Final.

Saints joy after 'quintet of misery'

James Roby and Paul Wellens enjoy the winning feeling again as St Helens end their Grand Final hoodoo by beating Wigan.

One week in rugby league's play-offs

Gateshead Thunder half-back Jordan Meads gives an insight into a player's week in the Championship One play-offs.

Dream Team: The experts' choices

As the Rugby Football League announces the 2014 Super League Dream Team, BBC Sport experts pick their own squads.

Rugby league in London - down but not out?

With London Broncos relegated from Super League, Ben Dirs asks whether rugby league is on life support in the South.