Rugby League Today: Sa’u emotional farewell, Flower’s next chapter & Briscoe to leave Leeds?

Drew Darbyshire

Leigh centre Junior Sa'u

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…

What’s on site

Love Rugby League select their Super League Dream Team.

Salford “doing their best” to keep top try scorer Ken Sio.

Toronto Wolfpack win on return to action for first time since Super League exit.

Huddersfield confirm signing of Tui Lolohea.

RIP Liam Walsh: Tributes pour in for former Widnes and England Academy player.

What’s in the papers

Luke Briscoe set for Leeds departure as Championship move beckons. (Yorkshire Live)

Ben Flower on Wigan, highlights and his next step. (Wigan Today)

Saints women win Super League League Leaders’ Shield for the first time. (St Helens Star)

Halifax Panthers close in on Super League hooker as recruitment plans pick up speed. (Yorkshire Live)

Shaun Kenny-Dowall bullish about Hull KR’s play-off chances but wary of Warrington threat. (Hull Daily Mail)

What’s on social

It was an emotional farewell for Leigh centre Junior Sa’u on the weekend.

Ryan Brierley will pull on the Salford shirt next season.

Toronto Wolfpack returned to action on the weekend by winning the Canada Cup.

What’s on TV/Radio

Super League Show – BBC One (0:05am)


Former New Zealand, Widnes, Warrington and Salford forward Kevin Tamati turns 68 today (September 21).

Also celebrating; former Great Britain international Chris Melling (37), Gold Coast Titans favourite Anthony Don (34), Catalans prop Sam Kasiano (31), Warrington’s Wakefield-bound winger Tom Lineham (29), Newcastle Thunder twins Ted and Jay Chapelhow (26), Salford forward Jack Wells (24), Huddersfield half-back Olly Russell (23) and Catalans youngster Robin Brochon (21).


Warrington winger Josh Charnley needs three tries to reach 250 for his career.