Sam Tomkins is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast!
The Catalans Dragons and England international full-back joins host George Riley for this week’s big interview.
Tomkins, 33, discusses his club’s goals of reaching the Grand Final again this season.
He also has his say following alleged comments that Catalans Dragons bring nothing to Super League. The former Wigan number one discusses this year’s Rugby League World Cup, while revealing Shaun Edwards is his neighbour in France!
He also believes James Roby will pull on the England shirt for this year’s tournament if fit.
Meanwhile, Love Rugby League reporter Josh McAllister joins to discuss all the latest in the sport.
More on Sam Tomkins
Tomkins made his debut in 2008 in a Challenge Cup match against Whitehaven, becoming the first rugby league player to score five tries in a first-grade debut.
He is the younger brother of Joel Tomkins and the older brother of Logan.
The full-back enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2009 and was named in the Super League Dream Team. As a youngster, he made his England debut that same season.
He went on to claim three Grand Finals, two Challenge Cups and two League Leaders’ Shields with the Warriors.
In between two stints at the DW Stadium, Tomkins spent two years in the NRL with New Zealand Warriors before returning in 2016.
The England captain made the switch to France ahead of the 2019 season and was named Man of Steel in 2021, having led the Dragons to their first ever Grand Final. He signed a new one-year deal with the club for the 2023 season.
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