RL Today: Agar reaction, Wigan, Hull injury updates & Wheeler on joining Barrow

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…

What’s on site

Bevan French out for season but will remain at Wigan in 2022.

Tommy Makinson extends St Helens stay.

Wigan winger Dom Manfredi to retire at age of 27.

Jake Connor injury concern after England game.

Salford 12-38 Leeds: Two sent off and three sin-binned in Rhinos win.

What’s in the papers

Zak Hardaker fresh blow and John Bateman injury update, reports Wigan Today.

Former St Helens and Warrington star Gary Wheeler speaks about joining Barrow, reports North West Evening Mail.

Brett Hodgson prepares to welcome key Hull names back from injury, reports Hull Live.

Warrington coach Steve Price on squad management, reports Warrington Guardian.

Leeds boss Richard Agar reflects on ‘eventful’ Super League win at Salford, reports Yorkshire Evening Post.

What’s on social

Wigan winger Dom Manfredi has announced he will retire at the end of the season.

A brilliant individual try from Morgan Escare.

New South Wales have won this year’s State of Origin series with one game still left to play.

What’s on TV/Radio

LIVE WSL: Wigan v St Helens (7:45pm) – Twitch

Super League Show – BBC One (11:45pm)

Sky Sports’ Golden Point podcast is available to download now.

The latest Forty20 LIVE podcast is out now.

The latest 5 Live Rugby League Podcast is out now, hosted by Dave Woods.


Former Great Britain international John Fieldhouse turns 58 today.

Also celebrating; ex-Hull prop Paul King (42), Warrington forward Jason Clark (31), Tonga international Andrew Fifita (31), Wakefield prop David Fifita (31), Ireland international Anthony Mullally (29) and Albanian forward Olsi Krasniqi (28).


Matt Whitley made his 150th career appearance in their win at Castleford last week.

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