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Wigan close training ground after positive Covid tests
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Leeds and Huddersfield had previously closed their training facilities following positive tests, but both have since re-opened; following the latest round of testing on Monday morning, Warriors' Robin Park Arena training ground will be closed for 10 days By PA Media Last Updated: 08/02/21 9:46pm Wigan Warriors are the latest team to be hit by coronavirus Wigan have become the third Super League club to close their training ground following a number of positive Covid-19 tests.  Leeds and Huddersfield had previously closed their training facilities following positive tests, but both have since re-opened.Following the latest round of testing on Monday morning, Warriors' Robin Park Arena training ground will be closed for 10 days. Those who tested positive will self-isolate at home for a minimum of 10 days as per government guidelines and the club say Public Health England has been informed.Further testing has been planned for February 12 and 17 before a decision will be made by the Rugby Football League's Multiple Cases Group as to whether the squad can resume training.On January 21, Leeds announced they would close their facilities for five days as a "fire break" after six players and a member of staff tested positive in the previous 10 days, with those affected having to produce a negative test before their return. Huddersfield followed suit the same day after reporting several positive cases at their own training facility.The start of the 2021 Betfred Super League season has been put back two weeks to March 25 due to lockdown restrictions. .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ฟรีเครดิต โปรโมชั่น คาสิโน คาสิโน 168 คาสิโน168 คาสิโน ออนไลน์ 888
Whare completes Catalans switch
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Dean Whare joins Super League's Catalans Dragons from NRL club Penrith Panthers on two-year contract; New Zealand international has played at two World Cups and replaces David Mead in the Dragons' backline Last Updated: 08/02/21 8:25am Dean Whare has joined Catalans New Zealand international centre Dean Whare has signed a two-year deal with Catalans Dragons. The 31-year-old moves to France from Penrith and is a veteran of two Rugby League World Cups, playing in the 2013 final when the Kiwis were beaten by Australia at Old Trafford."Dean will be a great addition to our squad," said Dragons head coach Steve McNamara. "He is an outstanding professional with great ethics, he will bring real quality and class to our attack while he is also a player who loves the tough defensive side of the game." Whare fills a spot left by David Mead, who has joined Brisbane, but his versatility across the back five positions offers Catalans some security as doubts remain over the future of Israel Folau.The cross-code international - a controversial signing a year ago following social media posts - was the subject of interest from NRL side St George before they dropped their pursuit last week. It remains to be seen, however, if another Australian side will make a move for Folau, although they could be deterred by a reported asking price of £200,000 from Catalans chairman Bernard Guasch in addition to the baggage that accompanies the player.Folau's deeply religious beliefs have polarised opinions across sport. He joined the Catalans on a 12-month deal ahead of the 2020 season, despite opposition from both Super League and a majority of clubs who were concerned over views he had expressed on subjects like homophobia. .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ฟรีเครดิต โปรโมชั่น คาสิโน คาสิโน 168 คาสิโน168 คาสิโน ออนไลน์ 888
Burgess found guilty of intimidation
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Sam Burgess found guilty of intimidating his then wife's father, Mitchell Hooke; Former England rugby league captain had a conviction recorded and was placed on a two-year good behaviour bond; Burgess said: "I'm confused with the decision, I will appeal the decision." Last Updated: 05/02/21 6:46am Sam Burgess said he will appeal the decision Former England dual-code international Sam Burgess was convicted on Friday of intimidating his then wife's father in an altercation in October 2019. A New South Wales state magistrate found the 32-year-old Burgess had yelled a threat in Mitchell Hooke's face at Hooke's property in Sydney.Magistrate Robert Rabbidge found Hooke was an impressive, believable and consistent witness who gave clear and concise evidence. The former South Sydney Rabbitohs captain was found guilty of intimidation, had a conviction recorded and was placed on a two-year good behaviour bond."I'm confused with the decision, I will appeal the decision and I won't say anything further," Burgess said as he left the court.In December 2015, Burgess married Phoebe Hooke and the couple had two children, a daughter and a son. The couple separated less than a month after their son was born in 2018.They reconciled in April 2019 but split up for a second time in October 2019 and an apprehended violence order was taken out against Burgess on behalf of Mitchell Hooke. Burgess retired in 2019 due to a chronic shoulder injury after a 270-game NRL and Super League career. He also had a short stint in rugby union and represented England at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.He quit as a television commentator and South Sydney assistant coach in October. .
คาสิโน ออนไลน์ ฟรีเครดิต โปรโมชั่น คาสิโน คาสิโน 168 คาสิโน168 คาสิโน ออนไลน์ 888