Rugby League news
Some of the latest Rugby League news from different news agencies around the world on.
Fiji winger Daryl Millard says a lack of pressure has helped Catalan Dragons reach the last four of the Super League play-offs.
Ex-Great Britain centre Martin Gleeson retires as a player but will remain with Salford Red Devils in a coaching role.
Jared Waerea-Hargreaves is back in New Zealand's Four Nations squad after missing May's Anzac Test against Australia.
Catalan Dragons agree a deal to re-sign France prop Remi Casty from National Rugby League side Sydney Roosters.
Half-backs James Maloney and Mitchell Pearce are two of eight Sydney Roosters players in Tim Sheens' Australia training squad.
Gloucestershire All Golds second-rower Frankie Foster is given a two-year ban by the RFL for breaching anti-doping rules.
Former Salford and England boss Karl Harrison joins James Lowes' backroom staff as assistant coach at Bradford.
Championship One club York City Knights part company with head coach Gary Thornton after failing to win promotion.
Daryl Clark, James Roby, Jamie Peacock and Chris Hill are nominated for the 2014 Super League Man of Steel award.
Hooker David Faiumu leaves Huddersfield Giants after seven seasons with the club following their Super League play-off exit.
Catalan Dragons will play St Helens in the Super League play-off semis after a 18-16 win at Huddersfield Giants.
New Zealand Warriors full-back Sam Tomkins says he is still open to a return to Wigan in the future.
Warrington Wolves reach the Super League play-off semi-finals for the fourth straight year with a 30-14 win at Castleford.
Widnes Vikings sign Leeds Rhinos forward Chris Clarkson on a season-long loan deal for the 2015 season.
The RFL suspends ex-Leigh player Andy Thornley from any involvement in rugby league until June 2015 after breaching betting rules.
St Helens scrum-half Luke Walsh is looking forward to playing alongside his close friend Travis Burns next season.
Salford Red Devils sign St Helens prop Carl Forster for next season.
Relegated London Broncos sign Halifax forward Luke Adamson on a one-year deal from the start of the 2015 season.
Coach Tony Smith wants more protection for players after the incident that resulted in Warrington's Matty Russell having teeth removed.
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is charged with improper conduct by the Rugby Football League.
Castleford coach Daryl Powell is considering appealing against the £500 fine given to him by the Rugby Football League.
Whitehaven sign prop Ben Davies from Championship rivals Halifax on a two-year deal.
John Kear names his first Wales squad ahead of the 2014 Rugby League European Championships, which includes 10 newcomers.
Leigh Centurions head coach Paul Rowley tells North West Tonight their aim remains getting back to Super League.
BBC Sport looks ahead to the Super League preliminary semi-final between Huddersfield Giants and Catalan Dragons on Friday.
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott says his team "weren't good enough" after watching their hopes of a "doable" double end.
Warrington coach Tony Smith says they never thought the game was lost as they came from 18 points down to beat Widnes.
Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash says supporters need to back the club if they are to be successful in Super League.
Wigan Warriors winger Josh Charnley intercepts a pass from Warrington's Michael Monaghan and runs almost 80 metres to score a vital try in the Warriors comeback win.
Castleford Tigers boss Daryl Powell and Huddersfield Giants prop Eorl Crabtree tell BBC's Super League Show that the Dream Team reflects the closeness of this season's competition.
St Helens forward Jon Wilkin and Wigan Warriors scrum-half Matty Smith speak to BBC's Super League Show about the importance of the World Club Challenge, which will be expanded in 2015.
Hull FC half-back Richard Horne tells BBC's Super League Show that he is looking forward to nurturing a new generation of players at the KC Stadium.
Watch highlights as Leeds Rhinos end their Challenge Cup final hoodoo with a 23-10 win over West Yorkshire rivals Castleford Tigers at Wembley
South African Tom van Vollenhoven scores a memorable try in the 1961 Challenge Cup Final at Wembley.
BBC Sport's Jonathan Davies says former Widnes and Wigan centre Joe Lydon is one of his Challenge Cup heroes.
Salford City Reds head coach Brian Noble chooses former Featherstone Rovers star David Hobbs as one of his Challenge Cup heroes.
Former England international and BBC commentator Ray French reflects on his Challenge Cup heroes - Sheffield Eagles.
Former St Helens and Wigan coach Ian Millward remembers his mentor David Murray who passed away last month.
Gateshead Thunder half-back Jordan Meads gives an insight into a player's week in the Championship One play-offs.
As the Rugby Football League announces the 2014 Super League Dream Team, BBC Sport experts pick their own squads.
With London Broncos relegated from Super League, Ben Dirs asks whether rugby league is on life support in the South.