RL Today: Super League is back, opening round squad news & what’s on TV?

Regan Grace

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Super League 2021: Round One squad news.

“It was an easy decision” – Kruise Leeming on signing new Leeds deal.

Interim chairman Ken Davy on his vision for Super League moving forward.

Brian Carney tips Warrington to win Super League this year.

Dewsbury centre Joe Wardill forced to retire for second time due to injury.

What’s in the papers

From Saint to Red Devil – Richard Marshall looking to plot downfall of former club, reports the Mirror.

Jack Welsby wants Grand Final heroics to be just one of a number of highlights, reports The Sun.

Could Leeds’ mouthguards help reduce the risk of concussion? reports The Guardian.

Hull KR to make late decision on Brad Takairangi ahead of Catalans clash, reports Hull Live.

Sam Tomkins reveal contract target and where he’ll end his Super League career, reports Manchester Evening News.

What’s on social

Super League is back!

What a try saver from Viliame Kikau.

There’s still time to create your Fantasy Rugby League team…

What’s on TV/Radio

LIVE NRL: St George Illawarra Dragons v Manly Sea Eagles (7am) – Watch NRL

LIVE NRL: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Sydney Roosters (9:05am) – Watch NRL and Sky Sports Arena

LIVE SL: St Helens v Salford (6pm) – Sky Sports Main Event & Arena

LIVE SL: Leigh v Wigan (8:15pm) – Sky Sports Main Event & Arena

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.


Former Hull coach Lee Radford turns 42 today.

Also celebrating; Sheffield captain Matt James (34), Wests Tigers prop Zane Musgrove (25) and Oldham forward Liam Kirk (24).


Darren Lockyer holds the record for most Australia caps with 59 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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