Sunday, September 26, 2021
Super League

Super League Europe announce a suspension of fixtures

The Rugby Football League and Super League Europe today announce a suspension of fixtures in the Betfred Super League season, initially until 3rd April, during which time the season’s structure and fixture rescheduling will be considered.

Toronto Wolfpack

Win for Toronto Wolfpack as Sky Sports to show 10 matches

Sky Sports will show ten more Toronto Wolfpack matches in Betfred Super League this season, after this afternoon’s season opener against Castleford Tigers at Headingley. 

A full list of their 2020 season commitments are outlined below. 

Catalans Dragons

RFL releases statement as Israel Folau signs with Catalans Dragons


The RFL confirms that the registration of Israel Folau with Catalans Dragons will not be prevented.

Super League 2020

Rugby Football League on-field changes for 2020

The Rugby Football League’s Laws Committee has approved a subtle change in the wording surrounding the policing of play-the-balls in the 2020 season which it is hoped will lead to a significant on-field improvement in that area of the game.


Is Sonny Bill Williams still worth $5 million a season?

Sonny Bill Williams is one of the all-time great rugby professionals and a man that gets people into seats and then off them with his electric style of play. That is no doubt the reason why the Toronto Wolfpack have shelved out $5 million a season to have the Kiwi put on their kit. At 34-years-old though, how wise is the investment and will Williams still be the player of yesteryear come the start of the season in late January?

Super League

2020 Super League Draw, Kick-off times and TV details

The Draw, Kick-off and TV details have been released for the 2020 Super League season. A repeat of the 2019 Betfred Super League Grand Final, the first ever Super League double header at Emerald Headingley and some high-profile summer signings all make for an eye-catching opening round of fixtures in the 2020 season.

2019 Super League Dream Team

Aussies make 2019 Super League Dream Team

Super League is delighted to reveal its 2019 Dream Team.  St Helens, who won the League Leaders Shield, have five players who have made the line-up. Warrington Wolves, Leeds Rhinos and Salford Red Devils each have two in the...
Leeds Rhinos

Richard Agar’s Rhinos appointment a step in the right direction

Leeds Rhinos have moved quickly to appoint interim boss Richard Agar on a full-time basis before the season ends. The Rhinos look all but assured a place in the top-flight next season after Agar fulfilled his main objective of...
Wigan Warriors

The Beast calls time on Rugby League career as the Warriors flounder

There was sad news this week with the confirmation that Manu Vatuvei has had to retire from the sport after a number of injury setbacks.

St Helens

St Helens clear favourites to win the Challenge Cup

St Helens have been installed as the clear favourites to win the Challenge Cup after they thrashed Wakefield to power through to the semi-finals on Saturday. The Super League leaders were at their majestic best in the first half of a 48-10 triumph at Lachlan Coote, Tommy Makinson, Morgan Knowles, and Regan Grace all scored. Further tries from Zeb Taia, Mark Percival, Jonny Lomax and Kevin Naiqama after the break wrapped up a comprehensive victory. They have won this trophy 12 times previously and they are now odds-on to make it 13 after enjoying such a strong season on all fronts.