Rugby League Today: Bullock bids farewell, Gale future & Hull linked with Fiji star

Drew Darbyshire
Joe Bullock in action for Wigan

Joe Bullock in action for Wigan

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…

What’s on site

From wooden spoonists to semi-finalists: The tremendous rise of Hull KR.

Michael Shenton to join Hull’s backroom staff.

New season to kick-off with 9s programme across France.

2021 Super League Dream Team announced.

Widnes sign four players from Oldham.

What’s in the papers

Gary Hetherington pays tribute to Luke Gale as he discusses Leeds exit rumours. (Leeds Live)

Hull keeping tabs on Fiji international Joe Lovodua. (Hull Daily Mail)

Tony Smith has got Hull KR’s unlikely lads playing for the badge, says old favourite Scott Murrell. (The Yorkshire Post)

Kane Linnett on Dream Team recognition, Hull KR pride and repeating Warrington heroics. (Hull Daily Mail)

10 Warrington talking points at end of 2021 season. (Warrington Guardian)

What’s on social

Good to see Elliot Minchella on the road to recovery.

Scotland have named their extended squad to face Jamaica this autumn.

Joe Bullock has bid farewell to Wigan ahead of his expected move to Warrington.

What’s on TV/Radio

BBC 5 Live Rugby League Podcast – The Fans View on Rugby League.


Australia, Queensland and Brisbane Broncos legend Shane Webcke turns 48 today (September 28).

Also celebrating; Dewsbury coach Lee Greenwood (41) and Halifax coach Simon Grix (36).


Jamaica will compete in the World Cup for the first-time ever next year.