We have got all of the latest transfer news as well as a number of nice feature pieces today.
What’s on site
Tony Gigot has signed a new two-year deal with Catalans Dragons after winning his appeal against a two-year suspension by decision of the French anti-doping agency.
Newcastle Knights are keen on bringing Wigan Warriors prop Ryan Sutton to the NRL.
Leeds Rhinos stars Kallum Watkins, Stevie Ward and Ryan Hall made their acting debuts on Australian soap Neighbours.
We have got one amazing feel good story about Rugby League. A fan sent it in to us and we just had to put it in our mailbox feature.
Our ‘five things’ feature is back again and we discuss what we have learned from round two of the Championship, with talk on Toronto, London, Featherstone, Leigh and Halifax.
What’s in the papers
The Daily Mirror’s scouting report is back and they focus on James Meadows – the studious London Broncos teenager causing an early stir in the Championship.
Adam Cuthbertson claims Aussie kingpins Melbourne Storm won’t be worried about Leeds Rhinos in the slightest, report the Daily Star.
The Sun have ran a ‘set of six’ feature, which looks at what caught their eye in Super League on both sides of the world.
Ryan Sutton is putting thoughts about his long-term future to the back of his mind, claim Wigan Today.
Hull Daily Mail’s Rugby League columnist Paul Cooke has took an in-depth look at Hull FC’s options as injuries continue to bite Black and Whites.
What’s on social
The latest ‘have your say’ feature went on site yesterday and it sparked a lot of debate on social media channels…
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) February 13, 2018
A nice little throwback to Leeds’ World Club Challenge win over Manly Sea Eagles in 2012…
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) February 13, 2018
St Helens forward Morgan Knowles has been charged for a dangerous throw…
DISCIPLINARY: Morgan Knowles was found guilty of a Grade E Dangerous Throw charge. Knowles has been suspended for four matches and fined £500. pic.twitter.com/cqRMcw8Dup
— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) February 13, 2018
What’s on TV/Radio
Super League Fulltime – 8.30pm, Sky Sports Mix, presented by Bill Arthur.
Super League Show – 12.45am, BBC2, presented by Tanya Arnold.
The new BBC 5 Live Rugby League podcast is now available to download, presented by Dave Woods.
The Rugby League show on Proper Sport is also available to download or you can watch it back on Facebook.
There is a new Rugby League podcast called ‘Whippets & Flat Caps’ which is hosted by Will Perry and features Jon Wilkin and Mark Flanagan.
Rugby League on TalkSPORT’s latest podcast is also available to download.