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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Hello and welcome along to today's live rugby league blog where we will be bringing you all the latest news and rumours all day long. Round five came to a dramatic climax on Sunday as Huddersfield Giants claimed their first win of the Super League season under Ian Watson. A Lee Gaskell drop goal was the difference as the Giants beat Leeds Rhinos 14-13 at the John Smith's Stadium. The Super League takes a break this week as the Challenge Cup moves back into focus and the quarter-finals are due to be played this week at Headingley Stadium. We'll be looking ahead to all four of the games in West Yorkshire this week, as well as bringing you all the news and rumours from around the sport.09:58William JacksonInglis on his debutGreg Inglis believes he'll grow into his Warrington Wolves role after making his debut against Hull KR on Saturday afternoon. The Australian scored a try for the Wire but hoped to have made more of an impression against the Robins. “First half I was below par, probably a four or five out of ten. Second half, it would probably be a seven," he said, as per League Express. “From the team and boys here, there was no pressure on me to perform the way I used to.
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.“We’ll just keep going week to week and I’ll obviously get better as the weeks go on. I’m sure the team will as well.”Warrington's Greg Inglis during the warm-up (Image: SW pix)09:54William JacksonICYMI yesterday Exciting news for Hull FC fans, who will be able to return to the KCOM Stadium on May 17. The Black and Whites play Catalans Dragons in their next Super League game and they'll have a crowd of up to 6,000 watching.09:52William JacksonGood morning! Welcome along to today's live rugby league blog where we will have all the news and rumours for you all day long. We'll start with Hull KR who came in for a heavy beating on Satursday, losing 50-26 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. Rovers had won their previous two Super League outings, but they didn't have enough to compete with Warrigton, who were able to name Greg Inglis for the very first time. Tony Smith is confident his side have what it takes to learn lessons from their defeat and bounce back stronger against Castleford Tigers in a fortnight's time.
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