We have got a bit of everything for you today.
What’s on site
Leeds kicked off the Super League weekend by marking their return to Headingley with a 20-16 win over Hull FC. Read the report.
International Women’s Day was marked by the release of the fixtures for the upcoming Women’s Super League, which will be contended by seven teams.
The latest Final Hooter Podcast hit the site, with Dave and Adrian catching up with players and coaches from a number of clubs.
We are a month in to the season, so have a look at six of the stand out players we’ve selected from Super League.
What’s in the papers
With the NRL starting this weekend, Sam Burgess says he is ignoring people who are writing off South Sydney’s play-off hopes.
Speaking of the NRL, the John Bateman rumours continue to rumble on, and now England team-mate Elliot Whitehead has added fuel to the fire by saying he would be a hit Down Under, in The Sun.
A new documentary on BBC called Codebreakers is featured by Gareth Walker in The Mirror.
There’s been a lot said about Brisbane Broncos’ Matthew Lodge this week – former Love Rugby League contributor Nick Tedeschi has a go at making sense of the situation (if that is possible) in The Guardian.
What’s on social
As always when there’s a Sky Sports televised game, there was plenty going off on Twitter.
Stuart Cummings in the middle of explaining to us why that isn't obstruction because of the new laws, when the video ref cuts to the screen to go "no try" for obstruction. Make it stop, please. #SLLeeHul
— James Gordon (@jdgsport) March 8, 2018
— Chris Irvine (@Chrisirvine) March 8, 2018
— Adam Lang (@deadendzero) March 8, 2018
#SLLeeHul If the Rugby League want to know why people are deserting the game just take a look at the decisions in this match to date.Hicks goes to the screen for every Hull effort hoping there's something to disallow,backed up by Bentham. They're at HQ you see..
— damianslaughter (@druid1111) March 8, 2018
At least a Hull binman has had a laugh this weekend…
— Mose Masoe (@MoseMasoe) March 8, 2018
What’s on TV
Plenty go at today!
07:00 – NRL – Newcastle v Manly Sea Eagles – Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Arena (6:30)
09:05 – NRL – North Queensland v Cronulla, Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Arena (8:45)
19:45 – Super League – Warrington v St Helens, Sky Sports Arena (19:30)