RL Today: Henson for Wales, Halifax star retires & Rawsthorne linked with Championship move

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Adam Cuthbertson embracing next step of his career with ambitious York.

Six centres to watch in Super League in 2021.

John Kear targets Super League return with promotion chasing Bradford.

George Burgess: I still haven’t closed the door on playing again.

Zane Tetevano will be a great addition to Leeds, says former Rhino Adam Cuthbertson.

What’s in the papers

Hull KR winger Nick Rawsthorne set for Championship move following surprise Robins exit, reports Yorkshire Live.

Halifax winger Shaun Robinson announces retirement, reports Halifax Courier.

Gavin Henson told he could make Wales’ RL team as long as he performs, reports The Sun.

Door open for Gavin Henson to push for Wales’ Rugby League World Cup squad, reports the Mirror.

Salford’s Andy Ackers targets England spot after securing starting dummy-half role with Red Devils, reports Manchester Evening News.

What’s on social

Pure passion…

Halifax winger Shaun Robinson has announced his retirement from the game.

Iconic ground…

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.


New Zealand legend Benji Marshall turns 36 today.

Also celebrating; former Samoa international Willie Swann (47), former Warrington forward Mike Wainwright (46), former Wigan forward Chris Tuson (33), former Hull back Curtis Naughton (26) and Gold Coast Titans forward (21).


Three games equal the record for the lowest scoring game in the Super League era – Salford 4-0 Castleford (1997), Crusaders 0-4 St Helens (2009) and St Helens 4-0 Castleford (2019).

Rugby League Nostalgia is here! Get involved with Love Rugby League’s new group on Facebook to share all your rugby league nostalgia and celebrate the rich heritage of our sport.

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