What’s on site
Warrington coach Steve Price hit out at the ban on try celebrations over the weekend, and received a lot of support from players and coaches across the game.
Wigan coach Adrian Lam dropped a hint that captain Sean O’Loughlin might play on again in 2021, following their Challenge Cup win over Hull on Saturday.
Wales rugby union legend Gavin Henson will switch codes at the age of 38 to join West Wales Raiders in League One, and Wales coach John Kear has backed the move.
An agreement has been reached between the players’ union and Toronto Wolfpack about unpaid salaries – but only if the Wolfpack are allowed to remain in Super League in 2021.
York have continued their plans for 2021 by handing a new deal to former Leeds and Wakefield forward Jordan Baldwinson.
What’s on social
Yesterday was our 600th game in the NRL. The Skipper has played in 427 of them.
— Melbourne Storm (@storm) September 20, 2020
Makes little sense, but what does these days?
Everyone other sport can celebrate scoring but not us?? 🤔 https://t.co/W8BUcvc4mw
— Ben Currie (@BenoCurrie) September 19, 2020
Worth a read.
The lost world of Rugby League https://t.co/mH2n0jl2OD
— Bonkers Dog! 🏴☠️🐕 (@ASViking) September 20, 2020
What’s in the papers
After leading Huddersfield to victory in his first game in charge against Wakefield, Luke Robinson helped out as assistant coach of his son’s Under 6s team at Siddal, reports The Mirror.
Kevin Brown recalled the moment that an ankle tap on Kallum Watkins ended England’s World Cup dreams three years ago Down Under, in The Sun.
Leeds forward Adam Cuthbertson has been linked with a move to Championship sides Bradford and York in the Yorkshire Post.
Widnes’ Ottawa-bound twin front-rowers James and Ted Chapelhow turns 25 today (September 21).
Also celebrating: young Huddersfield half-back Oliver Russell (22); Warrington winger Tom Lineham (29); Catalans forward Sam Kasiano (30); former New Zealand international Kevin Tamati (67).
What’s on TV/radio
Nothing on TV or radio today, but check out last week’s Rugby League Lunch Hour on Love Rugby League.
Salford have reached seven Challenge Cup finals in their history – winning one, in 1938. Their last final was in 1969.