RL Today: Salford sign Wells, Belmas extends Catalans stay & Addo-Carr to join Bulldogs

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Six Leigh players to watch in Super League next season.

Leigh coach John Duffy says it his personal goal to keep the club in Super League for a long time.

York chairman Jon Flatman said the club are disappointed to miss out on a place in Super League for 2021 but is excited for the future of the club.

Burrow Seven has raised £50,000 for the MND Association just a month after the fundraising campaign was launched.

The latest column from Love Rugby League editor James Gordon is out now – the morning after another decision that split rugby league.

What’s in the papers

Warrington forward Matt Davies on off-field stability, finding his role and living with Toby King, reports Warrington Guardian.

Hull coach Brett Hodgson gives an indication on the club captaincy next season, reports Hull Live.

Liam Hood’s Leigh 2021 Super League squad confidence, reports Leigh Journal.

Scott Grix takes on assistant’s role at Halifax Panthers, reports Halifax Courier.

Leigh will upset some teams, says Craig Mullen, reports Wigan Today.

What’s on social

Salford have signed forward Jack Wells from Wigan!

French prop Lambert Belmas has signed a new deal with Catalans.

Josh Addo-Carr will join Canterbury Bulldogs on a four-year deal from 2022.

What’s on TV/Radio

Podcast: The Final Hooter 2020 #15 – Grand Final review, RL fatigue & nostalgia.

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 Ireland international James Mendeika turns 29 today.

Also celebrating; Wales international Sion Jones (23) and France international Romain Puso (23).


Andy Farrell and Pat Richards hold the record for most points in a regular Super League season, having scored 388 points for Wigan in 2001 and 2010 respectively.

Listen to The Final Hooter podcast, featuring exclusive interviews, every week. SUBSCRIBE to Love Rugby League on Apple Podcasts.

About Drew Darbyshire 8035 Articles
Love Rugby League Deputy Editor. Joined the site ahead of the 2017 World Cup and been a full-time reporter since 2018.

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