RL Today: Kevin Sinfield documentary, Adam Quinlan retires & World Cup hopes

Drew Darbyshire
Kevin Sinfield

Kevin Sinfield

Kevin Sinfield documentary

Kevin Sinfield: The Inside Story documentary will premiere tonight at 7pm on the Leeds Rhinos YouTube account.

Today is the first anniversary of Sinfield completing his 7 in 7 Challenge. To mark the occasion, the club will be premiering their latest film that shows Sinfield’s most recent fundraising challenge when he ran 101 miles in 24 hours.

He has now raised more than £5million inside 12 months from his two challenges. Supporters can still donate to Sinfield’s Extra Mile Challenge.

Adam Quinlan retires

Former Hull KR and St Helens full-back Adam Quinlan has retired. (Hull Daily Mail)

The 29-year-old Australian told Hull Daily Mail: “I’ve had a good run and it was time to put rugby aside and move on to whatever is next, which will be a normal job, so to speak, and back into life.”

Saints boss proud

St Helens coach Kristian Woolf says the club are so proud to represent the town. (St Helens Star)

The Saints men won the double in 2021 for the first time since 2006, whilst the women completed the treble. Speaking at the Pride of St Helens Awards, Woolf told St Helens Star: “It has been a great season, it’s been tough as every season is. We’re very proud to represent the club we do.

Hull star “training the house down”

New Hull signing Luke Gale has lauded the efforts of centre Josh Griffin in pre-season. (Hull Daily Mail)

Gale told Hull Daily Mail: “I think the whole squad we’ve got – Josh Griffin, you wouldn’t know he’s had an Achilles rupture because he’s trained the house down. The young lads have been great as well.”

World Cup hopes for Abbas Miski

Abbas Miski Lebanon

New Wigan signing Abbas Miski is hoping to represent Lebanon in his second World Cup next year. (The Sun)

Miski, who has won nine caps for the Cedars, told The Sun: “I’d put the last World Cup up there with my NRL debut as the best moments of my life. We put Lebanon on the map and there’s a lot of passion from the players. I’m sure you’ll see that next year.”

Movement in community game

National Conference League side Hensingham have appointed Papua New Guinea international Jessie Joe Parker as their new head coach.

Shaw Cross Sharks, also in the NCL, have appointed former Featherstone assistant Paul March as their new head coach. March made more than 300 appearances as a player for Wakefield, Huddersfield, York, Hunslet and Keighley.


St Helens legend Chris Joynt turns 50 today (December 7).

Also celebrating; former Australia international Mark Geyer (54), New Zealand international Briton Nikora (24) and Dewsbury hooker Reiss Butterworth (23).


Lesley Vainikolo holds the record or most Super League tries in a game, having scored six for Bradford against Hull in 2005.

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