We have got all of the latest transfer talk, social media funnies and exclusives for you.
What’s on site
St Helens set down a marker for the season with a 46-6 thumping of Castleford in our featured game on Friday night.
England star Alex Walmsley has signed a new four-year deal with St Helens.
James Roby made his 400th appearance for St Helens last night so we decided to do a little tribute on him.
Papua New Guinean Kuni Minga has left Rugby League for Rugby Union after the RFL didn’t allow him a move to a UK club.
Hull Kingston Rovers have signed USA ace Junior Vaivai and veteran forward Danny Tickle.
What’s in the papers
The Daily Star have produced a complete guide to the upcoming Rugby League season.
The Sun’s Gary Carter has done a feature piece on 10 questions that could be answered in the 2018 Super League season.
What’s on social
The Castleford Tigers media team let Adam Milner have a mess around with a GoPro camera on their pre-season camp in Lanzarote – it makes for funny viewing!
? Before the first game of the 2018 Super League season kicks off, why not check out what happened when we once again let Adam Milner loose with a Go Pro on our Pre-Season camp!
— Castleford Tigers (@CTRLFC) February 1, 2018
Yes Super League, we are with you on this one…
That feeling when you don't have to go through any more Fridays without Super League ? pic.twitter.com/dUBiV4AJfI
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) February 2, 2018
Tom Olbison is set to play his 100th Super League game on Sunday so we paid tribute to the Widnes ace!
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) February 2, 2018
What’s on TV/Radio
The Super League Show is back on the BBC, presented by Tanya Arnold.
Not a live show, but make sure you check out the new Rugby League on talkSPORT 2 podcast hosted by Mark Wilson. Download now.
Monday’s Rugby League on Radio Yorkshire podcast is now available to download, hosted by Mark Wilson plus special guests.
The Final Hooter podcast is back on loverugbyleague.com, hosted by Dave Parkinson and Adrian Jackson.
The Rugby League 5 Live podcast also returns, with BBC Sport commentator Dave Woods previewing the 2018 season with Leeds Rhinos ace Jamie Jones-Buchanan.