Here is everything you need to know about the latest goings on in rugby league.
What’s on site
We take a look at the comings and goings of every Super League club ahead of the 2020 season in the transfer watch.
There is a lot of first-team double-headers taking place in rugby league next year, so we have made a list of them to make it easier for you to put them in your diary.
The latest quiz has been published. Can you name the previous 30 Harry Sunderland Trophy winners?
Our have your say feature is back with a bang. Should the RFL give Wayne Bennett a new deal?
The latest mailbox makes for interesting reading. Fan Martin Marshall suggests club sides taking on England in mid-season matches.
What’s in the papers
Leeds coach Richard Agar spoiled for choice when it comes to captaincy candidates, report The Yorkshire Post.
Hull FC coach Lee Radford believes the new Reserves League will be a “disaster” due to restrictions on which players can be used, report The Yorkshire Post.
Warrington’s young playmaker Riley Dean will miss 12-14 weeks with an injury sustained in pre-season training, report Warrington Guardian.
Ligi Sao on making the decision to join Hull FC and his Chris Satae bromance, report Hull Live.
Sam Burgess is set to be employed in a $360,000 administration role by South Sydney Rabbitohs, report The Sydney Morning Herald.
What’s on social
This is one for the Star Wars fans.
— NRL (@NRL) December 4, 2019
It looks like Latrell Mitchell wants to stay at Sydney Roosters.
Super League haven’t included Jackson Hastings or Blake Austin in either side. Ouch.
🏴 England vs the Exiles 𝑿
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) December 3, 2019
What’s on TV/Radio
Podcast: The Final Hooter International #2 – full-time report and analysis by Love Rugby League.
Episode 44: Love Rugby League Weekly, hosted by deputy editor Drew Darbyshire.
The latest Forty20 Rugby League podcast is available to download now.
Great Britain and Widnes legend Frank Myler turns 81 today.
Also celebrating: Former Australia and New South Wales representative Steve Menzies (46), Salford co-captain Mark Flanagan (32) and New Zealand international Peta Hiku (27).
Ellery Hanley has won the Man of Steel award more times than anyone else, with three titles to his name.