RL Today: Sezer highlight reel, NRL on the box & O’Loughlin impressing as coach

Aidan Sezer is back for Huddersfield

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Editor’s column: Excitement builds for Championship return plus international demand.

Six full-backs to watch in NRL in 2021.

Richard Agar questions whether Exiles match will go ahead this season.

Paper Talk: King at Leeds, Kristian Woolf impressed with NRL recruits & Catalans injury blow.

Samoan prop Paterika Vaivai leaves Toulouse.

What’s in the papers

Catalans players training alone with team sessions banned as Covid impact revealed, reports Hull Live.

Sean O’Loughlin proving to be an impressive coach for Wigan, reports Wigan Today.

Dewsbury “want to play every fixture” says coach Lee Greenwood as long lay-off nears end, reports Yorkshire Evening Post.

Ex-Hull KR coach forward Kyle Trout opens up on battle with autism and panic attacks during games, reports Hull Live.

Kristian Woolf Q&A, Longer off-season will lead to a better product on the field, reports St Helens Star.

What’s on social

There have been some very smart shirts over the years…

The NRL is back on Sky Sports from March 11.

Aidan Sezer was a delight to watch in Super League last season.

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.


Manly Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler turns 60 today.

Also celebrating; Canberra Raiders prop Dunamis Lui (31), Leeds winger Ash Handley (25), London Broncos centre Tuoyo Egodo (24), Castleford half-back Jake Trueman (22) and Gold Coast Titans forward Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (21).


Pat Richards holds the record for most points in a Super League season and play-offs, scoring 434 points for Wigan in 2010.

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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