A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.
What’s on site
What’s in the papers
Olly Ashall-Bott and Ash Handley injured as Huddersfield thwart Leeds’ comeback, reports The Yorkshire Post.
Kristian Woolf’s update on James Roby and Saints’ injured quintet, reports St Helens Star.
Adrian Lam’s reaction – and injury update – after Wigan’s friendly loss at Salford, reports Wigan Today.
Castleford edge tough Hull KR warm-up while on-song Featherstone keep Batley at bay, reports Yorkshire Evening Post.
What’s on social
A terrific try saving tackle from Huddersfield youngster Aidan McGowan.
😧 What a tackle that is!
👊 It looks to have won it for @GiantsRL!
— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) March 14, 2021
London Broncos have confirmed they will start the campaign playing at Rosslyn Park, the club’s training ground.
📢 "It's our training pitch and our first team base, so to be able to play on this surface could be a big advantage for us."
— London Broncos (@LondonBroncosRL) March 14, 2021
What a lovely moment for Quentin Laulu-Togaga’e and his son Phoenix on Saturday.
— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) March 13, 2021
What’s on TV/Radio
NRL 360 – Fox League (7:30am)
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.
France director of rugby and Sydney Roosters head coach Trent Robinson turns 44 today.
Also celebrating; former Leeds hooker Colin Maskill (57), former Bradford player Steve Parrish (56), former Paris Saint-Germain forward Grzegorz Kacala (55), former Leigh favourite Neil Turley (41), Papua New Guinea international Kurt Baptiste (30), Jamaica international Joel Farrell (27) and Fiji international Ben Nakubuwai (25).
Wigan have the most Challenge Cup final wins in history, with 19 to their name.