RL Today: Super League injury updates, Challenge Cup draw & Chester on Lino debut

Wakefield half-back Mason Lino

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Wigan star Jai Field ruled out for five months.

Brits Down Under: Ryan Sutton’s monster game, Dom Young makes debut & phenomenal Herbie Farnworth.

Sean Long named France assistant coach.

Widnes suffer Logan Tomkins injury blow.

Canterbury Bulldogs confirm signing of Ava Seumanufagai.

What’s in the papers

On the right lines – Wakefield boss Chris Chester encouraged by Mason Lino’s debut against Leeds, reports Yorkshire Evening Post.

Super League treatment room – round two absentees and concerns revealed, reports Hull Live.

Super League viewing off to a record-breaking start, reports St Helens Star.

Adrian Lam “devastated” as Jai Field ruled out for five months, reports Wigan Today.

Jack Broadbent leads way for academy graduates at Leeds, reports The Yorkshire Post.

What’s on social

The Betfred Challenge Cup third round draw has been made.

What an effort from Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.

Super League celebrated its 25th birthday yesterday!

What’s on TV/Radio

Super League Show – BBC Two (12:55pm)

The Final Hooter podcast: Newcastle Thunder’s ambitions, Eamon O’Carroll on coaching & Jack Cogger chats Huddersfield.

The Final Hooter podcast: Adrian Lam reflects, Steve Price’s 2021 hopes & Warrington duo pay tribute to Chris Hill.

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.

Birthdays

Wales and Widnes legend John Devereux turns 55 today.

Also celebrating; North Queensland Cowboys centre Javid Bowen (28), Newcastle Knights star Kalyn Ponga (23) and Rochdale forward Joe Taira (32).

Trivia

Duane Mann has the most caps for Tonga with 16 to his name.

Subscribe to The Final Hooter on Apple Podcasts and get involved with the free-to-play Fantasy Rugby League 2021.

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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