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Leeds Rhino ace Zak Hardaker has his eyes on the England full-back spot ahead of the World Cup.
Zak Hardaker hopes to return from a six-week absence on Sunday when the Leeds Rhinos take on Warrington in a Grand Final rematch.
Leeds full-back Zak Hardaker has been ruled out of Friday's World Club Challenge because of a broken thumb and will be out of action for a month.
Leeds full-back Zak Hardaker injured his thumb in their 42-14 win over Salford City Reds and is now a doubt for their World Club Challenge clash against Melbourne.
Leeds Rhinos head coach Brian McDermott has challenged full-back Zak Hardaker to retain the number one jersey after replacing Brent Webb.
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has praised youngster Zak Hardaker in the wake of his Young Player of the Year nomination.
Leeds' Zak Hardaker spent the duration of last year's Challenge Cup final in the stands but is planning on playing a major role this time around.
Leeds Rhinos centre Zak Hardaker insists the squad are unhappy with the club's below-par Stobart Super League campaign.
Rising star Zak Hardaker has agreed a five-year contract extension with Leeds Rhinos.
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Coach Keiron Purtill has opted not to stick with a winning team and has had made five changes to the England Knights squad to face Cumbria.
Leeds' injury woes have been extended after learning Zak Hardaker faces two months on the sidelines with a broken thumb.
Leeds have confirmed that winger Ben Jones-Bishop will be out for four months after suffering a dislocated shoulder.
Leeds have secured the services of young utility back Zak Hardaker on a five-year contract from Featherstone.
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So the latest instalment of the Rugby League World Cup concluded on Saturday with Australia regaining their title against Tasmanian rivals New Zealand following a thumping 34-2 success at Old Trafford.
Stevie Ward has told Sky Sports News Radio he thinks London would be an ideal venue for the Magic Weekend so that new fans can be attracted to the game.
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