Rugby League Today: Toronto latest, visa issues & Wane linked with NRL role

A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league.

What’s on site

Leeds and St Helens whet the appetite for the Super League restart with videos of their players returning to training on Monday.

St Helens skipper James Roby says they can’t wait to get going again, after they returned to training earlier this week.

Super League’s youngest ever coaches – the departure of Lee Radford on the eve of lockdown means Wakefield’s Chris Chester is Super League’s current youngest coach.

Mailbox: Be careful what you wish for. The return of mailbox, and the first letter comes from Graham Collins, who reacts to the new rule changes.

Swinton half-back Jack Hansen has signed a new deal to keep him at the club until the end of 2022.

What’s in the papers

Toronto Wolfpack owner David Argyle has confirmed that the club’s long-standing visa issues could mean they cannot fulfil the Super League season, reports the Mirror.

Toronto Wolfpack want answer over their visa problem sooner rather than later, reports The Sun.

Tony Adams: Hopefully people have had periods of reflection in lockdown, reports The Guardian.

Shaun Wane still in the mix for NRL role, reports Wigan Today.

Huddersfield’s Ashton Golding looking to brew up success story on and off the pitch, reports The Yorkshire Post.

What’s on social

Who am I?

Super League’s return is getting closer!

What an offload!

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.


Warrington forward Ben Currie turns 26 today.

Also celebrating; former England international Jack Reed (32), ex-Hull KR and Celtic Crusaders forward David Tangata-Toa (39) and former Paris Saint-Germain forward Phillip Shead (43).


The current holders of the Rugby League World Cup is Australia, with the Kangaroos beating England in the final in 2017.

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About Drew Darbyshire 8012 Articles
Love Rugby League Deputy Editor. Joined the site ahead of the 2017 World Cup and been a full-time reporter since 2018.

1 Comment

  1. SL will be happy if the Wolfpack disappears. They would be happy if Catalans did the same.
    Ahh the future of a few 1,000 on a wet windy night at Salford playing Huddersfield with an uninterested population is the way to go. Minimal tv coverage and minimal media involvement.
    That’s what appears to be the future of the game.
    Sad but nothing is coming forward to say different.

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