The Rugby League 9s Grand Final night at Headingley Carnegie this Tuesday will see the return of Fastest Man Sprint challenge which was won last year by Leeds speedster Jamal Chisholm.
Ralph Rimmer, the RFL’s Chief Operating Officer said: “Rugby League’s Fastest Man Sprint is always a real crowd pleaser and we are delighted to see it return for the 9s Grand Final night.
“It promises to be a fantastic night of entertainment at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday and I hope that fans will turn out in numbers for the final of the inaugural Rugby League 9s competition.
“There has been some superb entertainment offered up in the weekly festivals and for those that haven’t seen 9s in action I would recommend getting along to the Finals to watch the seven Super League sides and Cumbria go head to head.”
The Rugby League 9s Finals night takes place on Tuesday July 5 at Headingley Carnegie with tickets costing £5 in advance for adults or £10 on the night, however kids go free.
Tickets are available from Headingley Carnegie Stadium ticket office or by calling 0871 423 1315.
Rugby League 9s Grand Final night schedule
18:20 Quarter Final 2 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Salford City Reds
18:40 Quarter Final 3 Castleford Tigers v Cumbria
19:20 Plate Semi Final 1 QF 2 loser v QF 3 loser
19:40 Plate Semi Final 2 QF 1 loser v QF 4 loser
20:00 Semi Final 1 QF 1 winner v QF 4 winner
20:20 Semi Final 2 QF 2 winner v QF 3 winner
20:40 Plate Final Plate SF 1 winner v Plate SF 2 winner
21:00 Rugby League’s Fastest Man Sprint
21:20 Rugby League 9s Final SF 1 winner v SF 2 winner
Rugby League’s Fastest Man Sprint confirmed entrants
Jodie Broughton – Salford City Reds
Rhys Evans – Warrington
Tom Lineman – Hull FC
Muffaro Mvududu – Featherstone Rovers