Rugby League Today: Burrow goes to Downing Street & Marshall to leave Salford?

Drew Darbyshire
Rob Burrow at Leeds v Huddersfield

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…

What’s on site

Paper Talk: Shaun Edwards on Wigan snub, London future & clamping down on cheating.

Castleford confirm signing of Alex Sutcliffe from Leeds.

Kyle Amor rewarded with new St Helens deal.

Huddersfield confirm signing of Tui Lolohea.

Mailbox: The lasting impact of Crusaders. In the latest mailbox, one fan reacts to the announcement of Ben Flower’s retirement by praising the lasting impact of Crusaders.

What’s in the papers

Salford set to part company with coach Richard Marshall after one season in charge. (Manchester Evening News)

Rob Burrow heads to Downing Street to call for £50m investment into MND research. (Mirror)

Hull KR coach Tony smith happy to be the underdog in Warrington eliminator. (The Yorkshire Post)

Warrington will not be appealing Mike Cooper’s one-match suspension. (Warrington Guardian)

Hull make move for former State of Origin hooker Nathan Peats. (Hull Daily Mail)

What’s on social

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What’s on TV/Radio

NRL Try Time – Sky Sports Arena (8pm)


Great Britain and St Helens legend Paul Sculthorpe turns 44 today.

Also celebrating; former Wigan and Leigh forward Ricky Bibey (40), Barrow forward Dan Toal (32), New Zealand international Kenny Bromwich (30), Huddersfield forward Joe Wardle (30) and Penrith’s Samoan centre Stephen Crichton (21).


Salford winger Ken Sio finished the regular Super League season as the competition’s top try scorer with 19 to his name.