A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.
What’s on site
Editor’s column: Brian McDermott realises Toronto’s Super League dream is already at a crossroads. James Gordon delves in to the future of the Canadian franchise.
A team of runners will take part in a special Great Manchester Run, passing Old Trafford, to raise funds for Rob Burrow.
We’ve had a look through the latest newspapers for our weekly paper talk feature. Warrington want Leilani Latu, Salford are frustrated with Catalans and Greg Eden is going nowhere.
The Rugby Football League has confirmed that Duke of Sussex Prince Harry will continue his role as patron of the governing body.
Toronto coach Brian McDermott says the Wolfpack are working closely with the RFL after admitting they are at their salary cap limit.
What’s in the papers
Ian Watson keen to prove the doubters wrong all over again at Salford Red Devils, report the Mirror.
St Helens full-back Lachlan Coote has committed to Scotland for the 2021 World Cup, and there are some very interesting quotes as to why he wasn’t selected again for Great Britain, report St Helens Star.
Dewsbury coach Lee Greenwood believes sharing their Tetley’s Stadium home with Bradford is a win-win situation, report The Telegraph & Argus.
What’s on social
Straight from the heart.
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) January 20, 2020
What a pass!
— Warrington R.L.F.C wilderspool Memories (@WarringtonRLFC1) January 1, 2020
Should we scrap the cap?
Scrap the cap altogether. Let every club spend what they like (with proof of funds) and let the players get PAID.
— Gavin Wilson (@GavWilson) January 20, 2020
What’s on TV/Radio
Episode 46: Love Rugby League Weekly, hosted by deputy editor Drew Darbyshire.
The latest Chasing Kangaroos – An International Rugby League podcast is available to download now.
The latest Howlin’ Hour podcast is available to download now. Toronto Wolfpack founder Eric Perez is a special guest on the show.
The latest Forty20 LIVE podcast is out now.
We’ve got some top video content coming soon (biased, we know).
New Zealand legend Ruben Wiki turns 47 today.
Also celebrating; former Bradford favourite Joe Vagana (45), Leeds centre Alex Sutcliffe (21) and Keighley full-back Ritchie Hawkyard (34).
Hull FC have the biggest ground in Super League, with the KCOM Stadium having a capacity of 25,586.