A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.
What’s on site
Cameron Smith is hoping to earn a new contract with Leeds after a promising start to the 2020 campaign.
Brian Noble has left his role as director of rugby at Toronto by mutual consent.
League 1 side Rochdale have confirmed that they will face Valencia Huracanes in a friendly in the UK.
Wigan half-back Jackson Hastings hasn’t thought about defending his Man of Steel award and instead wants to win a Super League title.
What’s in the papers
Luke Briscoe determined to cement place with Leeds, reports the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Warrington star Gareth Widdop on how gymnastics helped his rugby league career, reports the Mirror.
What’s on social
A fine gesture.
— NRL (@NRL) February 20, 2020
That step from Oliver Gildart…
— Rugby League Best Tries Hits and Biffs (@NBiffs) February 21, 2020
Kristian Woolf explains his selection of injured man Mark Percival for the World Club Challenge…
Kristian Woolf sheds some light on why @MarkPercival22 is included in our 21 man squad for Saturday's WCC whilst he also talks up Roby's timely return to fitness. ?
Hear more from Woolf on Roosters challenge in the full interview ?
— St.Helens R.F.C. (@Saints1890) February 20, 2020
What’s on TV/Radio
LIVE: Castleford v Wakefield – Sky Sports Arena (7:45pm)
Journalist Gary Carter on how the rugby league family rallied around him. The fourth episode of The Last Tackle is out now.
Super League’s Out Of Your League podcast is back, featuring Tommy Makinson, Paul Sculthorpe and Paul Wellens.
Sky Sports’ Golden Point podcast is available to download now.
Betfred have launched a magazine show called The Last Tackle on YouTube, hosted by Mark Pearson.
Tanya Arnold hosts the Super League Show.
The latest Forty20 LIVE podcast is out now.
The latest 5 Live Rugby League Podcast is out now, hosted by Dave Woods.
The latest Total Rugby League Show is available to download now, hosted by Ben Hughes.
The In Touch Show is out now by Betfred.
Featherstone full-back Craig Hall turns 32 today.
Also celebrating; Hull KR utility Will Dagger (21), Barrow player Nathan Mossop (32) and former NRL player Marmin Barba (29).
Leeds hold the record for scoring most points in a single Super League season with 1,152 back in 2005.