What’s on site
Although there are strong hints Wayne Bennett will remain as England coach, we’ve had a look at six coaches that could succeed him.
London are the early favourites to finish top of the Championship in 2020, with competition sponsors Betfred.
Oliver Gildart is the latest guest on our Rugby League Diet feature, where we take a closer look at what fuels professional players.
International rugby league chief Nigel Wood says a plan is needed to improve Wales, Scotland, Ireland and France, but that the nations themselves must take responsibility.
An in-depth insight in to a rugby league club in France, as we catch up with Frederic Camel of Carcassonne.
What’s on social
Not sure how to feel about this.
Have you been tempted to put your Christmas tree up this weekend?This picture from Lisa James was one of our favourites from last year and now we're excited to see your 2019 trees ???
? One of the most outrageous things we've seen on a Rugby League pitch in years!
— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) November 23, 2019
Just going to leave this here.
— Andrew Foster (@AFosterTeach) November 22, 2019
Better in the game than out.
We have released Valentine Holmes from the practice squad.
The Australia native is eying a return to the National Rugby League.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 22, 2019
What’s in the papers
RFL chief Ralph Rimmer has brushed off calls for an independent inquiry in to events at Bradford, after his predecessor Nigel Wood was involved in a recent takeover, reports the Telegraph & Argus.
Valentine Holmes has returned to the NRL with Cronulla Sharks, signing a mega six-year deal having secured a release from NFL’s New York Jets.
Shaun Kenny-Dowall has spoken to Hull Live after arriving at Hull KR for pre-season training, although he is still a fortnight away from fitness.
Leeds’ England international Liam Sutcliffe turns 25 today (November 25).
Also celebrating: Wigan youngster Joe Shorrocks (20); Samoa international Isaak Ah Mau (37); former Great Britain and Wigan centre Paul Johnson (41); ex-Warrington winger Mark Forster (55); Bradford coach John Kear (65)
John Kear has managed three different national sides – France (1997), England (2000) and Wales (2014-current)