We create alphabetical dream teams from all the players in the Super League era.
It is now time for a dream XIII from all the players whose last name begin with L…
1 Jonny Lomax
Lomax has been one of the best players in Super League for a number of years now, having scored 111 tries in 240 games for St Helens to date. The Great Britain and England international has won two Super League Grand Finals and has been named in the Super League Dream Team twice.
2 Tom Lineham
Lineham burst onto the Super League scene with Hull in 2011 following a spell with York and has scored 150 tries in 209 career appearances so far. The England Knights international has won a Challenge Cup with Warrington and was named in the Super League Dream Team in 2013.
3 Stuart Littler
Littler was a fan’s favourite at Salford in his time at The Willows, scoring 112 tries in 329 appearances for the club. Littler then went on to play for Leigh, Rochdale and Swinton. He earned 19 caps for Ireland and is current head coach of Swinton and the Ireland national team.
4 Jamie Lyon
Lyon will be forever be regarded as one of the greatest players to play in Super League. The Australia and New South Wales Star was named Man of Steel in 2005 and was named in the Super League Dream Team in both seasons he was at St Helens. He won the double with Saints in 2006.
5 Reece Lyne
Lyne is a centre by trade but can also play on the wing. He has scored 55 tries in 185 appearances for Wakefield since 2012 and made his England debut in 2018.
6 Adrian Lam
It was an incredibly tough call out of Warrington favourite Allan Langer and Wigan star Lam – both legends at their respective clubs, but we’ve just edged towards Lam because of the impact he had on Super League. Lam was named in the Super League Dream Team three years on the spin between 2001-03 and helped the Warriors win the Challenge Cup in 2002. He is currently head coach of Wigan.
7 Sean Long
The Great Britain and England international became a legend at St Helens between 1997-2009, scoring 124 tries and kicking 812 goals in 265 games for the club. He was named Man of Steel in 2000, won four Super League titles, five Challenge Cups and two World Club Challenges. Long was also named in the Super League Dream Team on two occasions.
8 Kylie Leuluai
The New Zealand Maori and Samoa representative came to Super League in 2007 with Leeds, enjoying nine seasons with the club. Leuluai won six Super League titles, two World Club Challenges and two Challenge Cups with the Rhinos.
9 Tommy Leuluai
Leuluai, who is a cousin of Kylie, first came to Super League with London Broncos in 2005 before moving to Wigan. The 39-time New Zealand international has made more than 300 appearances fort he Warriors. Leuluai has won two Super League titles, a Challenge Cup, a World Club Challenge and a World Cup.
10 Andy Lynch
Lynch is one of the standout props of the modern era, having made more than 500 career appearances for Castleford, Bradford and Hull. Lynch earned six caps for Great Britain and England as well as being named in the Super League Dream Team in 2003.
11 Ali Lauitiiti
The New Zealand and Samoa international joined Leeds from New Zealand Warriors in 2004 and became a fan’s favourite at Headingley. Lauitiiti won five Super League titles and two World Club Challenges with the Rhinos before going on to enjoy four seasons with Wakefield. He was named in the Super League Dream Team twice.
12 Michael Lawrence
Lawrence has only ever played for his hometown club Huddersfield, making almost 300 appearances for the Giants to date. The 30-year-old, who was Super League’s top tackler in 2020, has represented Jamaica internationally.
13 Jamie Langley
Langley made 256 appearances for Bradford between 2002-13 before enjoying stints with Hull KR and Sheffield. The Great Britain and England international won a Super League title and two World Club Challenges with the Bulls.