Fuifui Moimoi makes career milestone
Former NRL forward Fuifui Moimoi made his 350th career appearance on Sunday against Cornwall RLFC.
Moimoi, 41, signed a new one-year extension with Rochdale Hornets for the 2022 campaign.
- 20 for Rochdale Hornets (2021-2022)
- 43 for Workington Town (2018-2020)
- 20 for Toronto Wolfpack (2017)
- 45 for Leigh Centurions (2015-2016)
- 201 for Parramatta Eels (2004-2014)
- 9 for Tonga (2006, 2013)
- 12 for New Zealand (2007, 2009, 2011)
LINEUPS: Your Hornets team to take on @CornwallRLFC
— Rochdale Hornets (@RochdaleHornets) May 1, 2022
Sosaia Feki returns to the field
Sosaia Feki made his long-awaited return to the field over the weekend for Castleford’s reserves. The former Cronulla Sharks winger made the switch to England in 2020, but he has been hit with injuries since making the move.
👀 It's been a long road to get back to match action, but Sosaia Feki returned to the field in our Reserves clash against Salford and scored!
Great to see you in action, Feks 🧡
— Castleford Tigers (@CTRLFC) May 1, 2022
Craig Hall reaches 2,000 points
Featherstone Rovers utility Craig Hall passed 2,000 career points during the club’s 74-6 victory over Widnes. The former Hull KR, Wakefield and Toronto full-back scored two tries and kicked 11 goals in the win on Sunday.
— Featherstone Rovers (@FevRoversRLFC) May 1, 2022
John Bateman reveals why team-mate didn’t return against Warrington
Wigan back-rower John Bateman revealed why team-mate and full-back Jai Field didn’t return against Warrington in the second half on Friday…
He ran out of wet look hair gel so he couldn’t come back out for the second half. https://t.co/S9MZBKGpgw
— John Bateman (@johnbateman1) April 30, 2022
Rugby League Nines
Victoria Park, Warrington, held the Women’s Nines Group Stages over the weekend!
✅ After an incredible day of action, the Women's Nines Group Stage is complete!
👏 Congratulations to the teams who have qualified for the Finals Day, to be held at @SalfordDevils on July 24:
— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) May 1, 2022
I love rugby league, me
Channel 4 Super League presenter and comedian Adam Hills featured for South Sydney Rabbitohs’ PDRL side this weekend!
— Adam Hills (@adamhillscomedy) May 1, 2022
York City Knights access
Championship outfit York City Knights have provided behind-the-scenes access during their match with Workington Town.
🎬 𝑬𝒀 𝑼𝑷!
🙌 Enjoy unprecedented, behind-the-scenes access into the first half of our away match at Workington Town in part two of 𝐈𝐍 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐇𝐄𝐃𝐒, in partnership with @FortusAdvisors!#WeAreYork⚔️ pic.twitter.com/1yKvruGoQC
— York City Knights ⚔️ (@YorkKnightsRLFC) April 29, 2022
Cornwall RLFC impressive attendance
Cornwall RLFC recorded an attendance of 903 for their League 1 clash with Rochdale on Sunday.
👏 Thank you to the 903 spectators who came out in awful conditions to support the boys today.
🏉 We'll need you all again in two weeks time when @WWRaidersRL are the visitors.
— Cornwall RLFC (@CornwallRLFC) May 1, 2022
Morgan Knowles shows his pace
Morgan Knowles 🤯 We are not worthy 🔥
— Betfred Super League (@SuperLeague) April 29, 2022
Love Rugby League podcast
2010 NRL Premiership winning playmaker Jamie Soward was this week’s guest on the Love Rugby League podcast! A new episode drops every Wednesday, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Audioboom.
🏉 Playing career
🏴 Time in England
👀 Coaching ambitions
🏆 World Cup
— Love Rugby League (@loverugbyleague) April 27, 2022
Leigh raise awareness for Autism
We love this from Leigh’s John Asiata.
👋 𝙒𝙃𝙀𝙉 𝙅𝙊𝙃𝙉 𝙈𝙀𝙏 𝙇𝙊𝙂𝘼𝙉
Centurions @johnasiata1 speaks to @ateamhubleigh participant Logan Seddon about all things Autism and Logan grills John about life as a player. Click below to see the full interview!@LeighCommTrust #Leythers 🔴 | #AutismAcceptanceMonth
— Leigh Centurions (@LeighCenturions) April 30, 2022