Not so emotional downloads

Music might be the food of love but it’s also the soundtrack to many a dodgy memory throughout my life.

Opinion 1
Liam Marshall crowned the win at Wakefield

The 18th man column: ‘Amor red-card was clear as day’

Six Warriors fans give their thoughts on Easter, contracts, Catalans and more...

Morgan Escare and Liam Farrell during the Monday win at Wakefield

The Liam Farrell column: ‘Not a bad Easter weekend’

We were happy to get the four points from the Easter weekend, though we realise we could have been slicker against Wakefield.

Morgan Escare has been a sensational signing

Talking RL: ‘Wane’s earned fans’ trust with signings’

It is the measure of trust Shaun Wane has earned from the fans over the years that, when they went four games without a win, no-one was panicking.

Wigan Warriors
Despite presenting a case to obtain a vintage lawnmower, it was thrown out

Talking Motors: Not a solution I was after to lawn chore

With a promise to myself to make progress on my restoration project, I assumed jobs in the garage would get me out of gardening duty.

John Sanson

Grand Arcade manager John Sanson on the latest retail trends ...

High Street footfall saw the biggest month on month drop in 13 years with a fall of 12.5%, amid a similar drop in retail sales.

Tom Burgess takes on the Samoa defence last time England faced them in 2014 but will fans pay to stream this year's match to their devices?

The 18th Man Column: We need visionaries in charge of the sport

News this week is that the England v Samoa game is to be streamed at a cost, even though the BBC wanted to air the game live.

Liam Farrell

The Liam Farrell Column: I love Good Friday, it feels like a Cup final

I love the derby.

Sean O'Loughlin has yet to find out if he will captain England

Talking RL: ‘Do the RFL make bad decisions on purpose?’

Social media is not always a reliable gauge of public opinion.

Female racegoers react in the crowd during day one of the Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintree Racecourse. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday April 6, 2017. See PA story RACING Aintree. Photo credit should read: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

A fabulous time had by all

It’s that time of year when race-goers top up their tans, shoehorn on towering shoes, spend a fortune on glamorous frocks, hours getting hair curled and arranging hats at perfect tilt... only to be tabloid-shamed the next day necking champagne then plummeting from high heels, exposing their nether regions and generally humiliated via unflattering photography.

Brett Ferres is shown the yellow card

The 18th Man Column: How will we tame classy Tigers?

His first game back and Oliver Gildart is on the receiving end of a cowardly tackle from Brett Ferres.

Will Super League clubs bid to bring back code-hopping stars like Chris Ashton now there is a salary cap provision?

Talking RL: Cap rise sounds great... but will it change anything?

The salary cap is dead, said Wakefield chairman Michael Carter yesterday.

Liam Marshall slides over for a try

The Liam Farrell Column: They’ve taken ‘classy Cas’ to a new level...

There’s always been something between us and Castleford. Every time we go there it’s pretty hostile, and that rivalry is only going to get bigger now they are stronger.

Ryan Sutton is tackled at Leeds

Five talking points: Leeds v Wigan

Tom McCooey looks at the topics from Warriors’ 26-18 loss at Headingley.

Wigan Warriors
Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure in Line of Duty

Line of Duty - Fact is, this is the best drama on TV

Apparently, we are living in a post-truth world, one in which the truth can be anything you like, as long as it fits your own view of the world.

TV and Film
Dan Burn

Latics Guest Column: Dan Burn

I’ve been waiting all season for the trip to Newcastle – it’s the first one I looked for on the fixture list!

Nicola Adam

How words changed my life

When I was a small girl, I was so desperately lacking in confidence I was almost invisible.

Opinion 3
Latics are battling to avoid the drop to League One

The 12th Man Column: All we have to do to stay up is win a few matches...how hard can that be?

What? You mean the football season is still going?

Would Joe Burgess play in a 2019 World Cup, or would England's tour Down Under be at the same time?

Talking RL: International plan threw up more questions than answers

The Rugby League International Federation issued a statement yesterday outlining details from their previous day’s “historic” meeting (Nigel Wood’s word, not mine).

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