Since joining the Castleford Tigers, Greg Eden has made 20 appearances for his club side, touching down a remarkable 33 times for the Super League leaders.

Eden, who arrived from the NRL side Brisbane Broncos at the close-season, was shipped in to replace Denny Solomona who had jumped ship last year in a bitter cross-code move to Sale Sharks.


Denny To Join England Team

There is much highlight about Denny Solomona and his availability as a player for England.

Any player at this stage will surely envy his position that is being considered on a fast track movement from his present position as a winger for Sale Sharks. Being able to play for England is an opportunity that does not come easy as England has become the crème de la crème team in world rugby.


Despite a protracted dispute between winger, Denny Solomona, and his team, Castleford Tigers, Sale Sharks have reiterated that they are still very much interested in signing on the winger to their side.

Solomona had joined Castleford Tigers just last year, 2015 from London Broncos but may be facing legal action from his team having failed to report to training before the season.

Leota Feels Sharks Can Defeat Warriors

Sale Sharks are going on an away trip to Sixways to face Worcester Warriors this weekend.

The Warriors are not in good form this season as they are yet to register a win. The Warriors therefore will be desperate to get a win and start to earn their winning points for this season. Sale Sharks are also coming to Sixways with a loss in their home game to Gloucester last Friday. This makes this game very interesting.


Diamond nominated for Rugby Director of the Year

Steve Diamond of Sale is short-listed along with Wasps' Dai Young, Exeter Chiefs' Rob Baxter and Saracens' Mark McCall for the Guiness Rugby Director of the Season prize.

It is a fitting honor for the Sharks boss, who guided the club not only to a third time top six finish but also helped them earn the right to play in the Champions Cup.

Sharks Flanker helps England start well

England got off to a perfect start with Sale Sharks’ George Nott scoring the opening try inside five minutes and helping the hosts beat Italy 48-10. It was a frenzied day of action as Italy was put to the sword at the Academy Stadium in Manchester.

At the break, England led 17-3 with tries from Sam Aspland-Robinson and Nott, conversions for Harry Mallinder and Theo Brophy-Clews, and a penalty for the center of Northampton Saints. Italy earned their points when Leonardo Mantelli scored a long-range drop-goal in the first half.