A wrap up of the latest news in rugby league…
What’s on site
What’s in the papers
The off-contract Super League players still available ahead of 2022. (Hull Daily Mail)
Castleford’s Liam Watts explains blood clot worry on his return from ban. (The Yorkshire Post)
Ollie Partington shares Wigan fans’ frustrations. (Wigan Today)
Paul Sculthorpe column: Alex Walmsley display was on another level. (St Helens Star)
What’s on social
Big respect to Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham in his fundraising efforts for Rob Burrow.
Thanks everyone, means a lot. 🙏🏻 https://t.co/i4KiDNS9UZ
— Andy Burnham (@AndyBurnhamGM) September 15, 2021
All the best to Liam Finn in retirement.
☘️ 32 Ireland caps
🏆 Played in 3 World Cups
💪 425 apps
🔥 141 tries
🎯 1,043 goals
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) September 15, 2021
International news incoming…
Set your alarms, we’ve got some news at 9.30am tomorrow ⏰👀
— Scotland Rugby League 🏴 (@scotlandrl) September 15, 2021
9.30am tomorrow 👀🇯🇲
— Reggae Warriors (@Reggae_Warriors) September 15, 2021
What’s on TV/Radio
LIVE SL: Castleford v Warrington (7:45pm) – Sky Sports Arena
Former Wales, Salford, Wakefield and Swinton back Kris Tassell turns 48 today (September 16).
Also celebrating; Leeds and Scotland half-back Callum McLelland (22), Scotland international Nick Glohe (29) and Oldham winger Ryan Ince (25).
James Roby needs one appearance to move ahead of fellow St Helens legend Paul Wellens into stand alone third place in the list of Super League’s all-time leaders. The pair are currently on 439 games apiece.