A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.
What’s on site
What’s in the papers
Rugby league makes a grand entry in Bangalore, reports Telegraph India.
Wakefield chief executive Michael Carter happy with “light at end of tunnel” on crowds, reports The Yorkshire Post.
Joe Cator explains how Brett Hodgson is helping Hull become an “80-minute team”, reports Hull Live.
The “inspirational” player giving George Burgess hope he may play again, reports Wigan Today.
What’s on social
We are in for a feast of rugby league.
There's a scary amount of rugby league you can watch live between Friday 19 March & Sunday 4 April via Sky/BBC/Our League/Watch NRL – I reckon 49(+8 CCup to be scheduled), and none of them clash… 😳
That's 3,920 minutes, more than 65 hours, across 17 days with more to come…
— James Gordon (@jdgsport) February 22, 2021
We enjoyed attending Keighley’s virtual media day last week as we expand our coverage of the Championship and League 1 this year.
🗞 PRESS | During the club's virtual media day last week, Head Coach Rhys Lovegrove discussed the culture that he is implementing within the club.
— Keighley Cougars (@Cougarmania) February 22, 2021
There have been some incredible overseas stars in Super League over the years…
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) February 22, 2021
What’s on TV/Radio
Games from the French Elite Championship are being streamed live every weekend.
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 England, Wigan, Hull, Hull KR and Widnes full-back Shaun Briscoe turns 38 today.
Also celebrating; Leeds half-back Rob Lui (31), Sheffield prop Scott Wheeldon (35) and former St Helens, Hunslet, Leeds and Wakefield forward Andy Yates (31).
Bradford hold the record for biggest home win in the Super League era, with the Bulls beating Salford 96-16 in 2000.