Rugby League Today: Graham Q&A, Brough injury update & Super League quota change

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Castleford captain Michael Shenton is our latest guest on My Set of Six. He talks Jamie Lyon, representing England and winning the League Leaders’ Shield with Castleford.

Top five try scorers in Australian first-grade history.

The RFL has confirmed that the Reserves League will remain suspended for the 2021 season.

The RFL board has delayed a decision on whether to restart the Championship and League 1 seasons.

The RFL has confirmed that Super League will restart without scrums when the competition resumes in August.

What’s in the papers

Super League coach who has been in charge for 117 days without overseeing a match, reports the Mirror.

RL club aims to buy football club: Wigan Warriors in bid to save Wigan Athletic, reports The Guardian.

James Graham Q&A: This opportunity means a lot to me, reports St Helens Star.

Leeds could move for Parramatta ace Jai Field following Super League quota change, reports Yorkshire Evening Post.

Hip injury may bring Danny Brough’s Wakefield career to an early end, reports Wakefield Express.

What’s on social

Who am I?

A few sensational tries here from Regan Grace…

James Graham has arrived in the UK!

What’s on TV/Radio

NRL Tonight – Watch NRL (9am)

NRL 360 – Watch NRL (9:30am)

Matty Johns Podcast – Watch NRL (10:30am)

Former Super League and NRL forward Keith Mason is this week’s guest on The Last Tackle. He talks about his switch to the NRL at 20 as well as his new rugby comic – Rugby Blood.

Sky Sports’ Golden Point podcast is available to download now.

Podcast: The Final Hooter #4 – featuring rugby league royalty Ellery Hanley.

The latest Forty20 LIVE podcast is out now.

The latest 5 Live Rugby League Podcast is out now, hosted by Dave Woods.

Birthdays

Australia coach Mal Meninga turns 60 today.

Also celebrating; Castleford prop Liam Watts (30), Catalans prop Julian Bousquet (29) and Halifax forward Dan Fleming (28).

Trivia

The largest stadium in terms of capacity ever used in a Rugby League World Cup was Wembley Stadium, with a seating capacity of 90,000. The ground was used in the 2013 tournament as the venue for the semi-final double header.

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